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Citibank introduces cash management, e-commerce solutions

By : CIOL Bureau

Citibank has introduced its Web-enabled cash management solutions with the launch of ‘SpeedCollect 2000’ and ‘CitiCommerce’, its seller-centric e-commerce solution.

COAI operators seek time to clarify on rates

By : CIOL Bureau

Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) has sought time till tomorrow from Delhi High Court to make its stand clear on airtime charge proposed by TRAI for mobile phones.

Bangalore firm launches Linux server

By : CIOL Bureau

A Bangalore firm has launched Linux server at Rs 1 lakh.

Indian companies free to float ADR, GDR

By : CIOL Bureau

Indian companies have been permitted to make private and public international equity offerings without prior government approval.

Govt to reconstitute TRAI

By : CIOL Bureau

To make the telecom services consumer-friendly, the government has decided to reconstitute the TRAI and set up a quasi-judicial tribunal to resolve disputes among licensees and licensors.

One decade in failed technologies

By : CIOL Bureau

Technology fails when there is a gap between what was to be and what actually was. Artificial intelligence, ActiveX, and infrared were among the technologies that were voted as the biggest flops of the 1990s in the CIOL Millennium Poll.

Autodesk facilitates launch of products under ADN program

By : CIOL Bureau

Autodesk India has facilitated the launch of four new products, under the Autodesk Developer Network program.

Cellular operators can introduce free incoming call scheme: HC

By : CIOL Bureau

The high court has clarified that any cellular operator in Delhi wanting to introduce free incoming call scheme for its mobile phone subscribers, is free to do so.

Cybernet Software does India proud at Lotusphere 2000

By : CIOL Bureau

Cybernet Software Systems, Inc, the US-based company promoted by Indians, has bagged the Lotus Beacon Award 2000 at Lotusphere’2000.

And now, ERP for educational institutes

By : CIOL Bureau

Indo American Tourism Ltd., a Hyderabad-based firm, has developed a ERP solution that caters to the educational sector.

Restructured BFL to focus more on e-commerce

By : CIOL Bureau

E-commerce and IT enabled services will be the focus of BFL Software, the Bangalore-based company that recently went under extensive reconstruction.

Super secret processor to be unveiled this week

By : CIOL Bureau

Transmeta, the Silicon Valley start-up that has been working with Linux founder Linus Torvalds on the super-secret “Crusoe Processor” microprocessor, will unveil the much anticipated chip this week.

Net4 offers two Net accounts for the price of one

By : CIOL Bureau

Net4 India will offer two Internet accounts with unlimited usage at the price of one as its millenium offer for home users.

News in brief

By : CIOL Bureau

DishnetDSL launches India’s first DSL, PwC, Bharti BT sign WAN collaboration agreement, Integra to launch first Indian WAP Server

Now, an oven that downloads recipes!

By : CIOL Bureau

Latest on connected home. Sharp announced it has built a microwave oven that is connected to a special Web site from which recipes can be downloaded and stet-by-step cooking instruction are issued.

Waiting for Godot

By : CIOL Bureau

As most of the B2C Web sites have gained good experience and now know the pulse of the market, it is right time for the implementation of IT Act so that they can offer a wider range of goods on their sites.

TRAI to devise alternative CPP scheme, incoming calls not free

By : CIOL Bureau

Delhi HC has dashed TRAI’d proposed inter-connection charges for cellular mobile service providers and the proposed calling party pays (CPP) regime, in which incoming calls to mobiles were to be made free.

Ishoni to launch integrated gateway platform: secures $8.5m investment

By : CIOL Bureau

Ishoni Networks is all set to launch next-generation, integrated gateway platform from which any system vendor can build gateway products that provide easy voice and Internet services over a single broadband connection.

Intel heads DRAM consortium

By : CIOL Bureau

Intel has teamed up with the world’s top-five DRAM producers to jointly develop technology to manufacture advanced 1 and 4 gigabit DRAM chips that will enter the market in volume around 2003.

Bharti-BT and Estel to become gateway service providers

By : CIOL Bureau

Bharti-BT, an Internet service provider, and Estel Communications are likely to be the first to get licenses as Internet gateway service providers.