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HP’s color LaserJet printers support Mac

By : CIOL Bureau

As part of HP’s Smart Office initiative for SMBs, the new LaserJet 3500 and 3700 series printers offer good output with quick in-line printing technology as well as support Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows environments.

Linux in Hindi!

By : CIOL Bureau

Red Hat has developed the Hindi version of Linux in association with different community groups and plans to launch it soon in the Indian market.

Linux to soon cross GPL paradigm

By : CIOL Bureau

More and more vendors worldwide are opting to provide General Public License with their product offerings.

Satyam plans center in Kolkata

By : CIOL Bureau

The decision to set up base in Kolkata is part of its overall expansion plan to geographically expand its operations in India.

Virus spells ‘Doom’ for thousands

By : CIOL Bureau

Nasty virus ‘MyDoom’ continues on its destructive journey, while investigators hope their hunt would get a boost after Microsoft’s $250,000 reward.

Nortel sees more bucks from Asia in ’04

By : CIOL Bureau

Says that though the U.S. a strong market, the percentage of revenue would come down, after huge investments in Asia and Europe.

HP to sell Opteron-based servers

By : CIOL Bureau

AMD’s Opteron, which launched in April 2003, has been adopted not only by major vendors such as IBM, but also by a wide range of second-tier, or “white box” server makers.

Gateway to buy eMachines for $266 m

By : CIOL Bureau

Said the deal would double its flagging share of the PC market to 7 percent and that it would return to sustained profitability in 2005 as a result of the acquisition.

IBM merges chip, computer divisions

By : CIOL Bureau

The merger, initiated to cut costs, has led to the formation of a new unit called the Systems and Technology Group.

Acer mulls re-opening call center

By : CIOL Bureau

Is considering re-opening the center, which was initially started in 1999 in Bangalore, to cater to business growth.

CMC Q3 PAT increases 7.4%

By : CIOL Bureau

The total revenues of the company jumped 44 percent to Rs. 201.77 crore compared with Rs 140.55 crore in the corresponding period last year.

Export/import forms go online

By : CIOL Bureau

With this facility, the exporter will not be required to submit paper applications while interacting with the Directorate General of Foreign trade (DGFT).

Indian IT industry needs 1.5 lakh pros

By : CIOL Bureau

With a growth of 26 percent despite recession, the industry would need these many trained personnel, states Nasscom president, Kiran Karnik.

Offshoring bill an unfortunate move: CII

By : CIOL Bureau

“The bill seems to address the needs of a domestic constituency. Elections may be one of the reasons behind the Bill”, says Dilip Chenoy, Dy. General Director, CII.

Xerox to beat Canon at its own game

By : CIOL Bureau

Plans to build up its brand in India by rolling out partner led sales and service initiatives, increasing channel presence and introducing new products.

HP aims to paint laser mkt red!

By : CIOL Bureau

Aspires to make technology more affordable to the people, give value for money and bring color into mainstream processes.

PeopleSoft net down, revenue up

By : CIOL Bureau

Posted a net income of $17.4 million, in Q4, compared with $57.4 million, last year, while revenue was $685 million, compared with $512 million a year earlier.

Oracle unveils new RFID capabilities

By : CIOL Bureau

The new capabilities will comply with the recent mandates from Wal-Mart and Department and enable companies to reduce warehouse and distribution costs through improved inventory control and extended supply chain visibility.

Synopsys to acquire Analog

By : CIOL Bureau

Through this acquisition, Synopsys expects to introduce new and innovative analog and mixed-signal design technologies.

IBM slashes 250 service jobs

By : CIOL Bureau

The cuts came just a few days after the company said that it had eliminated 300 jobs in its computer systems group in the US.