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Bipasha Basu to join Twitter

By : CIOL Bureau

Bipasha said, “I think the phenomenon of social networking sites is great. I am not on Twitter as of now. But I am getting on Twitter very soon.”

Outsourcing is not a bad idea

By : CIOL Bureau

Rajeev Batra, CIO, MTS India tells us why he’s a strong proponent of handing over some IT areas albeit with all the questions and ‘second-thought’ factors that accompany such decisions.

And here is the tale of ‘3 Idiots’ prototypes

By : CIOL Bureau

Three young engineers who launched Bhuvaneshwar-based start-up RoboticWares Create a system that alerts LPG gas leakage via SMS

Global chip sales up 2.2 p.c. in April vs March

By : CIOL Bureau

Semiconductor Industry Association FEELS semiconductor sales will return to historical seasonal patterns

Now run multiple gadgets minus cables

By : CIOL Bureau

The project developed a solution to make it easier for ordinary people to install and run multiple gadgets

Mobile VoIP base to cross 100mn in two-years

By : CIOL Bureau

A high percentage of mobile VoIP carried over applications will be via WiFi networks

Uninor spreads wings to 5 new circles

By : CIOL Bureau

Launches services in Mumbai, Maharashtra and Goa, Gujarat, Kolkata and West Bengal; offers Dynamic Pricing, which will offer call discounts that will change from 5 per cent to 60 per cent with location and with time

Tishman Speyer opens its first IT park in India

By : CIOL Bureau

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister K. Rosaiah commissioned the first phase, comprising 700,000 square feet with 10 floors to seat 7,000 professionals

‘Quit Facebook’ movement gains strength

By : CIOL Bureau

According to the group which launched the ‘Quit Facebook Day’, 34,046 users had dropped out of the Facebook universe by Tuesday noon

Microsoft to grow in tablet PC market

By : CIOL Bureau

Most netbook PCs initially ran on the lower-cost, open-source Linux system when they were first introduced by Taiwan’s Asustek in 2007

Carbon nanotubes to revolutionize computers

By : CIOL Bureau

According to Johannes Svensson, physicist from the University of Gothenburg, carbon nanotubes can be used to produce smaller and faster components, consuming less energy

3G technology to revolutionise how games are played

By : CIOL Bureau

‘Larger bandwidth will permit high quality and large games to be downloaded easily and quickly’

Google ditches Windows; hugs Mac, Linux

By : CIOL Bureau

The directive to move to other operating systems began in earnest in January, after Google’s Chinese operations were hacked

Sterlite wins National Telecom Award

By : CIOL Bureau

Sterlite has been instrumental in helping Indian telcos to set up new networks and upgrade their infrastructure

Genband acquires Nortel’s CVAS assets

By : CIOL Bureau

The acquisition brings together Genband’s media, session and security gateways with Nortel’s softswitches, media gateways and application platforms

HP intros financial Soln Analysis

By : CIOL Bureau

This solution will help to analyze both direct and indirect costs, which are associated with IT solutions and will help the clients to take financial decisions and gain maximum value from their IT investment strategies

IBM offers new storage solns

By : CIOL Bureau

The solutions claim to manage information, increase flexibility and reduce the cost and complexity of data centers

Asustek joins tablet PC race

By : CIOL Bureau

The tablet PC, to be called the Eee Pad, will run on Intel Corp or ARM Holdings chips, and use Microsoft Corp’s Windows operating system

Fujitsu Consulting names new HR head for India

By : CIOL Bureau

He will guide the workforce of Fujitsu Consulting India including the human capital development and talent acquisitions

Skype for iPhone 3G launched

By : CIOL Bureau

Small fee in addtiton to operator costs likely