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Acer ’05 operating income to be up by 67%

By : CIOL Bureau

The world’s fifth largest PC maker by revenue expects its operating income during the 2005 financial year increase to $190 million.

IDC augurs Asian tech spending at $97 b

By : CIOL Bureau

During the year 2005, IDC forecasts tech spending in the Asian region to grow by 10% with China and India being the major growth drivers.

Profiles in ASP.NET 2.0: Part I

By : CIOL Bureau

Profile properties in ASP.NET 2.0 allow users to associate information in their application with individual visitors to their site. Learn how.

Degree Programs in IT and Media Studies

By : CIOL Bureau

From Aptech University promise to bring international quality education to Indian shores by providing application oriented education, regular industry interface, and internships.

COAI derides common interconnect exchange

By : CIOL Bureau

The association opposes a common interconnect exchange proposed by TRAI, saying it will increase tariffs and affect service quality.

Andamans to achieve normalcy in 72 hrs

By : CIOL Bureau

Restoration of telecom services in Andaman & Nicobar Islands in full swing and near normalcy is said to be achieved within 72 hours.

Indian telecom on high growth path

By : CIOL Bureau

The sector has moved to a higher growth path of 35 percent to 40 percent during the last two years.

Oracle replaces PeopleSoft co-presidents

By : CIOL Bureau

Kevin Parker and Phillip Wilmington have been replaced by Safra Catz and Charles Phillips as co-presidents and Harry You as CFO.

EBay to drop support for MS Passport

By : CIOL Bureau

Said it will stop allowing users to sign on to its Web marketplace through Passport, late January.

Sify sets up free Internet kiosks in TN

By : CIOL Bureau

As part of the Tsunami relief operations, Sify is providing free Internet services to the public, NGOs, and other officials.

IBM PC unit built up $1 b deficit

By : CIOL Bureau

Has built up nearly $1 billion in cumulative losses in recent years, said the company in a filing detailing the planned sale of the business to China’s Lenovo.

Car Nicobar yet to connect

By : CIOL Bureau

BSNL is striving hard to restore telephone connectivity in the remote island, which has taken the brunt of the worst hit Tsunami ever recorded.

Website helps find the missing

By : CIOL Bureau

A free web page set up by a schoolboy helps find the missing of the Asian Tsunami disaster by merely enabling people post information and getting responses.

Introducing Visual Studio 2005

By : CIOL Bureau

Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1 is finally around, it comes with new features and enhanced functionality, this tutorial examines its ‘surround with’, ‘refactoring’ and ‘insert snippet’ features.

Web provides hope

By : CIOL Bureau

Searching for near and dear ones who have gone missing after tsunami swept through Asia, many have turned to Internet in hope.

Synergy in pact with Australian varsity

By : CIOL Bureau

Ties up to offer a post graduation degree in interactive multimedia technologies for its employees.

Teledensity to reach 18% by 2009

By : CIOL Bureau

To raise from its present 8% at a CAGR of 27% and raking in a revenue of up to Rs 1,00,000 cr, over 100% growth.

CA, Canon pledges $300,000 aid for tsunami victims

By : CIOL Bureau

While CA is contributing to the UNICEF, Canon is taking the help of Singapore Red Cross Society to distribute the fund.

VAT implementation as scheduled

By : CIOL Bureau

The Union Finance minister has categorically said that the value added tax system would be implemented on April 1st 2005, across the country.

Samsung sets $100 m for anti-trust

By : CIOL Bureau

The semiconductor arm of the Korean electronic giant is making provisions in its US subsidiary budget to allocate $100 million towards anti-trust disputes.