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Oz minister sacked for watching porn in office

By : CIOL Bureau

Ports and Waterways Minister of New South Wales, Paul McLeay resigned after confessing to Premier Kristina Keneally that he had used a computer supplied by the parliament to visit gambling and adult sites

Compuware increases India focus with partnerships

By : CIOL Bureau

Over next few years, Compuware look at increasing its customer base in India and hence doubling its business in the country

Sanovi wins eGov projects for DR implementation

By : CIOL Bureau

The implementation is for the State Electricity Boards and discoms in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka

1,000 MW solar power by 2013: Farooq Abdullah

By : CIOL Bureau

The minister says the government has targeted 20,000 MW of solar power by 2020 through the Solar Mission

SpringCM uses F5 BIG-IP for cloud platform

By : CIOL Bureau

The F5 BIG-IP would enable SpringCM to manage and monitor application traffic on physical and virtual servers

Samsung announces Wave 723 Bada smartphone

By : CIOL Bureau

The Wave 723 comes with 3.2-inch TFT-LCD display, 5.0 megapixel camera, 3G and Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n) support

Sonata opens office in Netherlands

By : CIOL Bureau

This move will further strengthen Sonata’s ties with its European customers and improve its understanding of the local European IT markets

MS takes Word patent battle to US apex court

By : CIOL Bureau

The US court of appeals had upheld a lower court order banning Microsoft from selling its patent-infringing Word processing software from January 11

Employment registration to go online in Haryana

By : CIOL Bureau

Singh added that once the database was built up on the site, employers could also register themselves from Oct 1 and thereafter and post their vacancies online

US move to ease dual technology export control

By : CIOL Bureau

India is also still on the watch list for transfer of a whole range of dual use technologies.

US studying visa fee hike impact on India

By : CIOL Bureau

We have been explaining to the Indian Government the specifics in the legislation, and trying to understand the potential impact on Indian companies, says State Department spokesman Phillip J Crowley

e-con brings Wi-Fi, Bluetooth add-on module

By : CIOL Bureau

e-WiB is a 802.11b/g SDIO module and it has also got Bluetooth on it

3M to pay $943 million for biometric systems maker

By : CIOL Bureau

Enters in a deal with Cogent to expand in the market for law enforcement systems

Canada’s small ISPs get higher speed

By : CIOL Bureau

About 400,000 Canadians buy Internet access from smaller ISPs

Cities owe competitive advantage to technology

By : CIOL Bureau

Neal examined the population and air-traffic data for 64 US cities from 1900 to 2000, according to a Michigan statement

Google, AP renew content licensing deal

By : CIOL Bureau

Enter a deal to collaborate and distribute AP’s content on Google

Telstra launches HSPA+ service at 42M bps

By : CIOL Bureau

The 42M bps performance is only theoretical, however: users can expect “typical download speeds ranging from 1.1M bps to 20M bps,” according to Telstra

HP expands stock buyback program by $10 bn

By : CIOL Bureau

HP, the world’s top personal computer maker, and Dell Inc are competing to acquire 3PAR in an intense auction that started last week

Yahoo Japan, Google expanding video offerings

By : CIOL Bureau

From early September, Yahoo Japan’s unit GyaO Corp will add dramas from public broadcaster NHK and cartoons and other programs from TV Tokyo Corp to its pay-for-view streaming service

HP to pay $55 mn to settle U.S. kickback probe

By : CIOL Bureau

Hewlett-Packard was accused of paying kickbacks to other companies that recommended federal agencies buy its products