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IBM recalls 63,000 monitors

By : CIOL Bureau

Has doubled its recall of computer monitors, manufactured by a Taiwanese company, on receiving complaints and instances of overheating and smoking.

Nokia nets Electronic Arts for N-Gage

By : CIOL Bureau

Publisher and home to popular game titles, EA is to give Nokia 20 game titles; but issues of high pricing are a matter of concern according to the company.

Microsoft upgrades MSN

By : CIOL Bureau

MSN Premium – targeting families with broadband Internet access, includes tools for managing e-mail, parental controls, calendars, digital photos as well as anti-virus and anti-spam software.

Konica Minolta to cut 4,500 jobs

By : CIOL Bureau

Announced this action in order to bring down its workforce to 33,800, in an effort to boost earnings to compete against larger rivals such as Canon.

Wrap: Indices eke out gains

By : CIOL Bureau

The Sensex closed up 6.73 points, or 0.16 per cent, at 4,212.29 and the NSE-Nifty closed the day at 1,341.05, up 0.06 per cent, or 0.75 points.

HP launches Wi-Fi portable notebook

By : CIOL Bureau

According to the company, the wireless fidelity technology enhanced notebook will allow mobile professionals high-speed access to any wireless LAN (WLAN) and mobile access device.

Red-tapism hurting SIs in UP

By : CIOL Bureau

The SIs claim that, with the UP government’s decision to re-route all big contracts to state-owned organizations, a bulk of their business is controlled by these organizations, pushing them into a tight spot.

Red-tapism hurting SIs in UP

By : CIOL Bureau

The SIs claim that, with the UP government’s decision to re-route all big contracts to state-owned organizations, a bulk of their business is controlled by these organizations, pushing them into a tight spot.

Oracle hangs on to PeopleSoft hope

By : CIOL Bureau

Even as the PeopleSoft CEO tells Oracle that all’s over, Oracle plans to hold a meeting for PeopleSoft shareholders on Sep 3.

Oracle hangs on to PeopleSoft hope

By : CIOL Bureau

Even as the PeopleSoft CEO tells Oracle that all’s over, Oracle plans to hold a meeting for PeopleSoft shareholders on Sep 3.

Deciphering the hype around i-flex

By : CIOL Bureau

Where does it stand amongst toughies Infy, Polaris, TCS and ICICI Infotech? To begin with ‘Flexcube’ leads the IBS survey of the ‘Top Banking Product’ in the world.

Mobile mania: China enters the fray

By : CIOL Bureau

Bird announces entry into the Indian market, aspires to make sales of 200,000 to 300,000 handsets within this fiscal.

Astron UK buys Hays Plc

By : CIOL Bureau

Astron, a provider of information logistic services has bought over the Kerala-based Co. to form two new companies Astron BPO and Astron Document Services.

Astron UK buys Hays Plc

By : CIOL Bureau

Astron, a provider of information logistic services has bought over the Kerala-based Co. to form two new companies Astron BPO and Astron Document Services.

Magma clamors for $40m EDA market

By : CIOL Bureau

The company, in India for almost a year now, is planning to invest R.30 crore and expects to increase its strength to be 100 strong by 2005.

Intel strengthens network in China

By : CIOL Bureau

Ties up with China’s Legend Group to set up center to develop home network technology and security applications.

Nokia to tap software from India

By : CIOL Bureau

Plans to increase its market share in India and boost software outsourcing from the “booming software industry”, says president, Nokia Networks.

Big guns return to IT.COM

By : CIOL Bureau

IBM and Intel come back to the show with big spends in recent times; AMD to launch 64-bit Athlon processor during the event.

Tech stocks rise at the bourses

By : CIOL Bureau

The IT Index at the markets rose 36.77 points or 2.97 % to end the day at 1,276.64.

Office ‘03: Users bullish, mum on upgrades

By : CIOL Bureau

The October debut of Microsoft’s new office suite has sure excited users, but it may have to do more than hard sell, to gain early converts.