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TCS expands American presence

By : CIOL Bureau

Opens a center of excellence for its automotive customers in Detroit and plans to hire 50 local automotive professionals.

Google IPO at $2.7 billion

By : CIOL Bureau

Through a novel online auction on an unset date warning the investors of bumpy ride because they have no intention to match Wall Street expectations.

CEO Ruiz is AMD Chairman

By : CIOL Bureau

Co-founder and former chairman WJ Sanders was elected a director and appointed chairman emeritus.

The Googling phenomenon

By : CIOL Bureau

People turn to Google in 80 languages and 200 million times a day to locate a friend, find a recipe for a dish or research a business competitor on a different continent.

Alcatel prepares for an Indian party

By : CIOL Bureau

Plans to get aggressive in the Indian market with strategic partnerships and also set up a new development center in Bangalore.

Track your vehicles

By : CIOL Bureau

BOW unveils IVRS based vehicle tracking system.

Finisar to buy Infineon’s fiber optics biz

By : CIOL Bureau

For a consideration of $263 million in a all stock deal and in return shell out 38% stake in the company to Infineon.

HTMT net profit up 22%

By : CIOL Bureau

Revenue for financial year 2004 increased by 42 percent to touch Rs 162.48 crore.

The big fight continues…

By : CIOL Bureau

Microsoft and the EU Commission continued their long-running battle with the software giant deciding to appeal against the commission’s ruling.

Moser Baer net up 36.76%

By : CIOL Bureau

Announced a net profit of Rs 324.4 crore and plans to spend $135 million this year to expand its capacity.

Fax forwarding to multiple destinations

By : CIOL Bureau

Samsung SCX 4216F, a monochrome laser based MFD can print, scan, copy and fax. It connects to a PC via Parallel or USB1.1 interface. There’s an ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) unit that can handle 30 sheets while scanning or copying. Its fax unit has 4 MB memory that can store more than 300 pages.

‘Date with .Net’

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A daylong event was held for the first time in Bangalore, in an attempt to bring together the students working on Microsoft’s .Net technologies.

It’s AOP after OOP!

By : CIOL Bureau

This new programming technique lets “aspects” or “concerns” that cut across a system to be programmed in modular units.

Should Java be open source?

By : CIOL Bureau

There are mixed views, but Sun Microsystems has firmly reiterated that it is not in a position to spend on this initiative, and there are other things on the priority list.

Oracle adds Indian spice to its HRMS

By : CIOL Bureau

Adds country specific features to the payroll management feature of its HR management solution software for companies to use data in making strategic decisions.

Alcatel wins Euro 65 m deal in India

By : CIOL Bureau

For the supply and installation of GSM lines to BSNL for expansion of GSM lines in Western India including Gujarat, Maharastra, MP and Chattisgarh.

Polaris in pact with German co

By : CIOL Bureau

Ties up with IT consulting firm, plenum AG to offer high-value and risk mitigated offshore management solution portfolio to customers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

iSoft to double headcount

By : CIOL Bureau

To add 350 people this year to the existing strength of 300 at a new facility in Chennai.

Microsoft on a boon for tech managers

By : CIOL Bureau

The software major is working on reducing the time and effort needed to maintain complex company computer systems called “Dynamic Systems Initiative.”

Dell aims 48% servers running SAP

By : CIOL Bureau

Presently enjoying 16 percent of servers running SAP software globally, aims to triple it to $1 billion.