Archive

iNabling launches iStation

By : CIOL Bureau

The new device from iNabling Technologies, a laptop lookalike with
256kb of memory and an embedded modem, will allow users to send and receive
e-mails without using a PC.

iOrmyx enters India

By : CIOL Bureau

The US-based e-business solutions company, iOrmyx, will invest $3
million in setting up a 100% Indian subsidiary in Bangalore. The subsidiary will design and develop products for wireless enterprise networks.

Acer launches Veriton desktops

By : CIOL Bureau

All the three Acer Veriton desktop models with 512 MB of storage
memory and enhanced multimedia capabilities are targeted at the high-end
corporate segment.

AOL unveils new software with focus on broadband

By : CIOL Bureau

America Online has launched the latest version of its client
software, AOL 6.0 that supports all high-speed data connections including
digital subscriber lines.

CA’s Q2 earnings beat lowered estimates

By : CIOL Bureau

Computer Associates’ second quarter earnings of $321 million
surpass analysts’ lowered estimates, but still fall short of the $416 million
the enterprise software maker earned in the corresponding quarter last year.

CBSI develops software for Miradiant

By : CIOL Bureau

As the technology partner of Miradiant Global Network, CBS India
will provide the full software development cycle and deliver e-business
solutions to Miradiant.

Compaq profit jumps, warns of euro impact

By : CIOL Bureau

The world’s largest personal computer manufacturer Compaq has
reported a strong Q3 net income of $550 million. But, the company has warned
that the weak euro will have an adverse impact on its Q4 earnings.

FrontPoint gets $2 m funding

By : CIOL Bureau

E-solutions company FrontPoint Systems has received $2 million
from Sweet Solutions as a part of its first round of funding. The capital inflow
will finance FrontPoint’s global expansion plans.

Hackers insist they beat audio technology

By : CIOL Bureau

SDMI’s copyright protection technology for distributing music
online comes cropper as hackers insist they had found ways to compromise the
technology, carrying out several successful hacks over the last 2 weeks.

HP buys Bluestone Software

By : CIOL Bureau

Hewlett-Packard will pay $467.6 million stock to acquire Bluestone
Software of Philadelphia, which has developed software that allows companies
make better use of the Web.

HP creates India Research Operation

By : CIOL Bureau

The India Research Operation will develop solutions that would be
custom-made to suit the needs of low income groups in Africa, Asia, Central and
Eastern Europe, augmenting HP’s recent initiative, the HP World e-inclusion
Program.

Lotus inventor finds his groove

By : CIOL Bureau

Ray Ozzie, creator of the first successful groupware, Lotus Notes,
is back again with Groove. The software platform will let computer users talk
and share video and audio data in real time without the need of a network
server.

Parthus wins licensing deal with Agilent

By : CIOL Bureau

The portfolio licensing agreement will give Agilent Technologies
access to Parthus’ Bluestream, a Bluetooth platform, and Infostream, a mobile
computing platform.

Doordarshan forays into broadband content

By : CIOL Bureau

Doordarshan has tied up with Satyam Infoway to launch an
entertainment portal that would offer all its television content on the Internet in a highly customized fashion.

Siebel Q3 revenues up 131%

By : CIOL Bureau

Siebel Systems beat Wall Street’s Q3 estimates by posting an
impressive 131% growth in revenues to over $300 million and a net income of $71 million, translating into 14 cents per diluted share.

Tata Elxsi’s H1 turnover flat, profits up

By : CIOL Bureau

While Tata Elxsi’s turnover for the half year ended September
2000 remained flat, its profit before tax grew by a handsome 307% to Rs 5.10
crore.

Xerox fights for survival

By : CIOL Bureau

Xerox’s third quarter losses mounted to $167 million as sales
drop by 4% to $4.46 billion. In a bid to keep itself afloat, the company is in
the process of selling assets and resorting to job-cuts to scale down expenses.

Agilent acquires Digital Technology

By : CIOL Bureau

Agilent Technologies acquires Digital Technologies of the US and
its Indian counterpart Dynamic Digital Technology. Both the companies develop
network protocol test solutions for network equipment manufacturers and service providers.

Web video: No blockbuster this

By : CIOL Bureau

Think the video clip you downloaded from that Web site is grainy,
jerky, and in a word, unwatchable? A new study confirms it.

CIOL, neoIT firm up IT outsourcing pact

By : CIOL Bureau

Cyber India Online will build an IT outsourcing Web
site with the expertise of neoIT, a leading global marketplace. The Web site
will function as a common platform for the global IT outsourcing community.