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iPods to soon rival MP3s

By : CIOL Bureau

Smaller cheaper iPods, expected to be launched at MacWorld, which would cost about $100 and hold 400 to 800 songs.

Indian GSM firms may withdraw legal suit

By : CIOL Bureau

The firms, which have invested more than $5.0 billion and lost over $2.0 billion, are instead hoping for compensation from the government.

Outsourcing Tsunami gets stronger

By : CIOL Bureau

Analysts figure that with U.S. quietly moving more tech jobs to low cost countries, jobs to India will double to about 150,000 in the next three years.

NASSCOM launches Speaker Club SME Forum

By : CIOL Bureau

The interactive session will allow SMEs to brainstorm and create marketing vision for their respective business, either by collaborating with leading players or creating their own niche market segment.

Borland rolls out Delphi 8

By : CIOL Bureau

Delphi developers can now use their existing Delphi language and Framework skills to create .NET Framework-based applications.

NIIT wins ‘BEST Training Award’

By : CIOL Bureau

Conferred by the the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD), the awards recognize organizations that demonstrate enterprise-wide success as a result of employee learning and development.

Sun beats IBM, HP for server deal

By : CIOL Bureau

Bags a multimillion, multi-year deal for storage and server products with Office Depot, an office product retailer.

Motorola needs more spin offs: analysts

By : CIOL Bureau

Opine that the best way to get its stock up is by selling or spinning off more units, such as technologies for cars and set-top boxes.

Connect communication networks with Angelia

By : CIOL Bureau

Aftek’s product ‘Angelia’ with the indegenous ‘Jadoogar’ technology enables a person to call and surf Internet simultaneously.

Perot BPO arm to add 600 in Chennai

By : CIOL Bureau

Plans to extend its BPO services to the BFSI segment apart from its primary healthcare vertical.

Acer debuts retail store in B’lore

By : CIOL Bureau

Acer’s foray into the retail market is a logical extension of the company’s internal reorganization into consumer and enterprise divisions in March this year.

Perot bullish on Indian operations

By : CIOL Bureau

Top executives to descend on the country in January first week to prepare the blue print of growth for the Indian operations.

2004: The year for Tech IPOs

By : CIOL Bureau

Market experts feel that atleast a dozen European companies will go public in 2004, ranging from software to Internet to mobile phone firms.

Karnik sings `Don’t Worry’ to BPOs

By : CIOL Bureau

The recent incidents against Indian outsourcing is just “a small matter and not a generalised industry problem,” assures Nasscom chief, Kiran Karnik.

Geometric opens new facility in B’lore

By : CIOL Bureau

Will initially house 60 people concentrating on engineering services to provide logistical design support.

Zenith ‘banks’ on Saaz for 100% growth

By : CIOL Bureau

Plans to launch SAAZ in other geographical locations and tap rural banking segment aggressively.

MRO Tek sights foreign pastures

By : CIOL Bureau

With plans to go the multinational way, this Bangalore based hardware manufacturer is launching a set of media converters.

ECE to acquire iSeva

By : CIOL Bureau

Has signed a definitive merger agreement, which will provide ECE with a majority ownership and is expected to close in 45 days.

CRM: To insource or outsource?

By : CIOL Bureau

End-user companies should evaluate the difference between training and experience in the internal environment while looking for best practices in CRM, says a Giga research.

Managing the threat of infoglut

By : CIOL Bureau

The advent of Internet and e-business has accelerated the information overload that has posed a problem for years. Enterprises without strong service level agreements and KM strategies face challenges in managing their ‘intellectual capital’.