Tuesday, May 03, 2005


Lenovo of China Completes Purchase of I.B.M.'s PC Unit
The Chinese computer maker Lenovo completed its$1.75 billion purchase of I.B.M.'s personal computer division, creating the world's third-largest PC maker.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

PlayStations of the Cross
Is there a place amid the witches, warlocks and diabolical monsters for Christian video games? A handful of gamers and entrepreneurs have faith that there is.
By JONATHAN DEE

Time Warner Says Data on Employees Is Lost
Time Warner reported the loss of computer backup tapes containing data including the names and Social Security numbers of about 600,000 people.
By TOM ZELLER Jr.

First Come Cellphone Towers, Then the Babel
Hundreds of communities have been waging fights against cellphone companies and the march of antennas into suburbia.
By KATIE HAFNER

Profit at Nortel in 4th Quarter Declined 75%on Falling Sales
Nortel's sales dropped 20 percent, as the company deals with financial restatements as well as criminal and securities investigations.
By IAN AUSTEN

A Web Site Maps Home Searches
A new web site is changing how people house hunt on the Internet.
By ERIC DASH

A Megachurch's Leader Says Microsoft Is No Match
Ken Hutcherson claims to be the person who forced Microsoft to withdraw its support of a gay rights bill before the Washington State Legislature.
By SARAH KERSHAW

Latest Promotion Vehicle Is a Hand-Held Media Device. Will Anyone Watch?
Sony has given advertisers another venue in their struggle to reach increasingly distracted consumers: its PlayStation Portable.
By NAT IVES

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