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Gates vows “security”

By : CIOL Bureau

Promises to make Microsoft software more reliable in a memo, which is part of a series of e-mails that go out to customers to reiterate the company’s priorities.

Oracle defends PeopleSoft deal

By : CIOL Bureau

Oracle argues the deal is “pro-competitive,” allowing it to better compete with Germany’s SAP, now the market leader, and Microsoft Corp.

Google strikes with ‘G-mail’

By : CIOL Bureau

Launches free search-based e-mail service, wherein it will automatically organize e-mail according to topic and allow users to search their e-mail.

IBM chip technology out in the open

By : CIOL Bureau

Opens its microchip technology to outsiders, with an aim to broaden its chip business, into new areas such as consumer electronics.

Three cheers for the Mumbaites!

By : CIOL Bureau

Tejas, Abhishek, Sailesh and Jyotsana from VESIT, Mumbai were declared the winners of the Microsoft’s ‘Imagine Cup,’ for their project ‘Gurukul.’

Sun picks Opteron over Itanium

By : CIOL Bureau

Plans to use AMD’s 64-bit chip for its new lowest priced server in the market and decides to stay away from using Intel’s Itanium.

Sony sues Kodak over digicam patents

By : CIOL Bureau

Accuses the photographic film maker of infringing 10 of Sony’s patents related to digital cameras.

SlashSupport to recruit 1200 people

By : CIOL Bureau

Alcatel’s new lab at SlashSupport facility will enable testing and troubleshooting, simulating advanced carrier-class networking technologies and applications.

Siemens confirms offshoring plans

By : CIOL Bureau

Admits concrete plans to initiate moves in its telecoms unit ICN, power transmission and distribution unit PTD, and ICM Information and Communication Mobile unit.

‘Ganesha’ speaks via mobiles!

By : CIOL Bureau

Live astrology ‘GaneshaSpeaks’ introduced by Idea Cellular, enables the user to speak directly to the astrologer on a live and real-time basis.

Smart labels for easy logistics

By : CIOL Bureau

Infineon is implementing a comprehensive approach to the RFID-based logistics segment, incorporating smart label technology.

More jobs via e-governance

By : CIOL Bureau

An e-literacy project launched by the Kerala government promises great job opportunities for the rural folk through its various hubs, information kiosks and training centers.