A Cold War in Cyberspace?
Two titans are left standing in the wake of the dot-com collapse. There's AOL Time Warner (AOL ) spanning media, Internet access, and cable television. Equally formidable is Microsoft, cutting its impressive swath through the software world. Talks between the two recently broke down over how Microsoft's much-anticipated XP operating system would interact with AOL's Internet services. That has fueled much speculation over which company will emerge victorious in the battle for the loyalty of a new generation of Netizens.
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