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Apara mulls global debut in Singapore

By : CIOL Bureau

The move is a step towards realising Chairman, Kumar Malavalli’s dream of a SAN ecosystem; said that the company would first step into Singapore followed by the Middle East.

James Bond evicts cybersquatter

By : CIOL Bureau

www.piercebrosnan.com is returned to its rightful owner, Pierce Brosnan, after a court ruling in favor of the celebrity.

VSNL spreads wings outside India

By : CIOL Bureau

After the government opened up ILD services to private players, VSNL has decided to focus on national long distance services and Internet Telephony.

IBM may dance to German trade union tunes

By : CIOL Bureau

The Frankfurt tribunal ruled that IBM must deal with the hardline engineering union as well as the huge services union, Verdi, in negotiating pay.

Wipro: Most admired Indian IT vendor

By : CIOL Bureau

Microsoft declared the most admired software vendor, at the PCQuest Users’ Choice Awards 2003, held in Bangalore.

Airtel’s error perplexes Magic subscribers

By : CIOL Bureau

Some Airtel Magic subscribers were taken aback when they realized they were being charged for incoming calls; Airtel reassures that the glitches have been rectified.

HCL Tech shares tops charts

By : CIOL Bureau

Company’s shares hit a 1-year high; growth attributed to the booming of telecom sector, in which they have a strong domain knowledge.

Low-cost mobiles save the day

By : CIOL Bureau

Handset sales see growth in emerging markets; India’s Reliance Infocomm signing up a million customers in just 10 days in July – could well be a world record – said Gartner.

Oracle director quits

By : CIOL Bureau

While the company remains mum, the unexpected resignation of Dipanker Sanyal, has been attributed largely due to an issue regarding the failure of its database software implementation for MP Govt.

Messenger wars break out

By : CIOL Bureau

As Yahoo and MSN disconnect Trillian services; also read about some interesting security guides, plus Opera 7.20 public beta, and Norton Antivirus 2004.

SE Asian govts plan to topple Windows

By : CIOL Bureau

The recent spread of computer viruses targeting the Windows operating system, was one of the stated reasons, which has awakened a need to reduce dependence on Windows.

600 crore tech park on Hyderabad map

By : CIOL Bureau

A joint venture between the Raheja group and Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation, the tech park is the fourth such IT-centric project in the city.

Blackberry’s position threatened: Barron’s

By : CIOL Bureau

Even with the wireless e-mail device provider RIM, posting a rise in revenues and stock prices, its stand has been challenged by steep sale of shares and stiff competition from Dell and Treo, say analysts.

WTO talks -a harbinger of growth?

By : CIOL Bureau

Many independent experts as well as developing countries believe that global trade rules as they now stand, especially in agriculture, mean the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.

Tata-Avaya to focus on enterprises for IP telephony

By : CIOL Bureau

Shifts focus from contact centers which presently accounts for 75 percent of its business.

B’lore’s infrastructure problems: CM speaks out

By : CIOL Bureau

‘Democratic checks and bureaucratic breaks’ are the reasons behind the lack of infrastructure, said the Karnataka Chief Minister.

Tasman to pump in $4-6m for B’lore center

By : CIOL Bureau

Plans to increase headcount to 300 over the next 3 years in its software development center in Bangalore.

ICICI Venture to buy Tata Infomedia stake

By : CIOL Bureau

Will acquire Tata group’s stake in publishing firm Tata Infomedia Ltd, at 176 rupees per share