Review of the Week, February 17-21

On Monday, dullards made jokes about Intel's lack of inventiveness in naming what was Klamath as Pentium II. But if you'd made one of the biggest branding exercises ever based on a new addition to the lexicon, what would you do?

On Monday, dullards made jokes about Intel's lack of inventiveness in naming what was Klamath as Pentium II. But if you'd made one of the biggest branding exercises ever based on a new addition to the lexicon, what would you do?

The same day, Borland and Symantec buried the hatchet over an old computing story, dating back to 1992 when Gene Wang was accused of e-mailing confidential Borland data to his new employer.

On Tuesday, Apple released fast new desktops and notebooks. The same day, we reported that CompuServe CEO Robert Massey had quit.

Tuesday and Thursday, PCDN splashed two big storage stories: the 120Mb floppy gaining momentum and the imminent arrival of a 7Gb MO standardthat could stop DVD-RAM dead in its tracks.

On Friday, we broke the news of Borland's dramatic restructuring and Quarterdeck's attempt to return to its former pomp.

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