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Apple intros standalone Soundtrack

By : CIOL Bureau

The royalty-free the royalty-free music production tool previously available only with Final Cut Pro 4, will be available in August as a standalone product.

“Chart out a time-bound plan”: Naidu

By : CIOL Bureau

The CM of AP asks the SEPG conference to chart out the time-bound plan of action to introduce quality consciousness and awareness in the IT industry.

‘Prepare for change or perish in pain.’

By : CIOL Bureau

Change management is very critical to succeess; effective use of employees is another significant factor.

Sun to double the size of China center

By : CIOL Bureau

Total size of the 2 year old software development center will rise to 300.

Infy glorifies outsourcing; execs rake in more millions

By : CIOL Bureau

The 5 top executives of Infy share $72 million among themselves, obtained from the proceeds of converting locally held shares into American Depository Shares traded on Nasdaq.

ICICI OneSource acquires FirstRing

By : CIOL Bureau

The Indian BPO sector continues on its consolidation drive. Post acquisition, ICICI OneSource will have over 3500 employees and 2000 seats across its delivery centers in Bangalore and Mumbai.

Simputer — bridging the digital divide

By : CIOL Bureau

Home-grown, simple computers for the masses; two years after a launch marred by marketing and funding problems, the Linux-powered Simputer is spreading quietly into small towns, and schools.

Infy ADS $49 apiece

By : CIOL Bureau

Aimed at increasing the liquidity of its stock in the US market.

i-flex Q1 net slips 5%

By : CIOL Bureau

To Rs 38.11 cr, as against a net profit of Rs 40.07 crore in the corresponding quarter a year earlier

Japanese lab orders IBM supercomputer with AMD chips

By : CIOL Bureau

Another supercomputer win for AMD, close on the heels of its deal with a Chinese firm to supply chips for a supercomputer project.

Microsoft throws open its Windows to govts

By : CIOL Bureau

Microsoft does the unthinkable. In a bid to fend off Linux, it “opens up” Windows code to governments; but unlike Linux, it is not showing all.

Basic phone service providers to offer SMS

By : CIOL Bureau

TRAI okays SMS by basic phone service providers; besides MTNL and BSNL, Tata Indicom, and Reliance Infocomm stand to gain.

SSI to close debts by Sept

By : CIOL Bureau

Intends to close all its debts by September this year; the company is aligning as a software services company

Arcot Systems sets up center in B’lore

By : CIOL Bureau

The company says that the new R&D center demonstrates Arcot’s expansion commitments in India.

NESS to hire 5000

By : CIOL Bureau

The company’s Bangalore center alone, which employed around 450 people would grow to around 850 by the end of the year.

Microsoft to launch Six Sigma Accelerator at Asia SEPG

By : CIOL Bureau

Microsoft is all set to release a product that aims to simplify the Six Sigma certification process.

QAI to host ASIA SEPG 2003 in India

By : CIOL Bureau

Conference to see experts and practitioners from leading India & global companies’ present papers on best practices.

BSNL and Reliance on the warpath

By : CIOL Bureau

A BSNL employee forum has submitted a memorandum protesting Reliance Infocomm’s “blatant” violation of WLL license regulations.

Python 2.3 is finally here

By : CIOL Bureau

After 19 months of waiting, the latest version of Python programming language is released.

EXL eyes new revenue streams

By : CIOL Bureau

Such as outsourcing consultancy; has also licensed its PROMPT tool for process tracking.