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Wipro Infotech to capitalize on Bahrain

By : CIOL Bureau

Impressed by the country’s sophisticated telecom infrastructure, expects it to be the key IT growth enabler in the middle-east region.

What’s happening to freeware?

By : CIOL Bureau

The popular freeware Popcorn e-mail client goes paid. Read about alternatives to Popcorn and the new free CD writing software.

Global chip sales up 4%

By : CIOL Bureau

With the exception of the year 2000, when the chip industry hit a peak, August’03 was quoted the strongest monthly increase since August 1990.

Global chip sales up 4%

By : CIOL Bureau

With the exception of the year 2000, when the chip industry hit a peak, August’03 was quoted the strongest monthly increase since August 1990.

Assembled mobiles a threat to grey mkt

By : CIOL Bureau

With no customs, excise and minimal sales tax, these branded and warranted mobiles promise the consumer a 6-7% cost-benefit.

Karnataka IT secy takes a bow

By : CIOL Bureau

Opts for VRS; with the city’s annual IT extravaganza, BangaloreIT.com just a month away, filling in the vacant position will become an immediate priority for the government.

PeopleSoft product to be ‘Made in India’

By : CIOL Bureau

Commits extended support for both its own and J.D Edwards’ applications for another 2 years; soon to launch a product partly or wholly developed in India.

WLL-M wins case on roaming

By : CIOL Bureau

The telecom tribunal court has ruled in favor of limited mobility service providers to offer roaming service against a petition filed by the private cellular operators.

Computex ushers in new optimism for PC industry

By : CIOL Bureau

The world’s third largest computer show exhibited a new-found optimism for the PC industry after the steep drop in sales for the past two years.

Hunter becomes the hunted

By : CIOL Bureau

Spammers have begun to target anti-spam solution providers, which experts feel is an escalation of war between the spammers and opponents of unsolicited e-mails.

Intel: “If I could change the world”

By : CIOL Bureau

Having ruled the semiconductor technology for 35 years, the big question is, what will Intel be known for in the next three decades.

WLL-M fortunes hang on TDSAT word

By : CIOL Bureau

The tribunal will take a decision on Saturday on whether to allow WLL mobile services, to use technology that could allow roaming.

Microsoft critic thrown out of job

By : CIOL Bureau

A technology executive whose company does business with Microsoft Corp., has been forced out of his job after he helped write a cybersecurity report critical of the software giant.

Wi-fi, anathema to school kids!

By : CIOL Bureau

Parents can now have a watchful eye on their kids’ performance at the school with MmiE solution that enables the school authories to send student performance reports and such details on their mobile devices.

Intel: “If I could change the world”

By : CIOL Bureau

Having ruled the semiconductor technology for 35 years, the big question asked is- what will Intel be known for in the next three decades.

Yahoo! Groups ban…who is responsible?

By : CIOL Bureau

CERT-In asserts that it was only Kynhun that was supposed to be banned; ISPs claimed selective blocking was not possible, hence the blanket block.

Shourie hits hard at telecom manufacturers

By : CIOL Bureau

Warns the industry to develop other clients and markets instead of depending on MTNL and BSNL as their mainstay.

‘Small is beautiful’

By : CIOL Bureau

Students short of space, a hard core that needs something small enough to lug to a PC game party and people who just think big is ugly, are a majority that drive the downsizing of the big beige boxes.

US IT industry’s pulse quickens

By : CIOL Bureau

According to industry sources, it is the first time, growth has returned to double digits in three years; spending on IT equipment has had the highest growth in the June 2003.

Say your prayers over the web

By : CIOL Bureau

Cyberastro.com, a website dedicated to Indian astrology, will be hosting a webcast of the nine-day ‘Nav-Ratri’ festival, wherein subscribers can offer prayers.