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Farooq Abdullah remembers god at PanIIT 2010

By : CIOL Bureau

Giving push to the momentum focusing on renewable energy created across globe, Farooq Abdullah, union minister for new and renewable energy, at the opening ceremony of PanIIT 2010 conclave reminded people of primitive gods which were linked to the natural source

SAP narrows scope of trial, Oracle seeks delay

By : CIOL Bureau

That prompted Oracle to ask a judge to delay the start of court proceedings by three days so it can revise its own trial strategy.

UK urges U.S. to take down extremist websites

By : CIOL Bureau

Al Qaeda’s leaders in Pakistan have shown “startling resilience” and their affiliates have both the intent and the capability to strike the West, British Minister of Security Pauline Neville-Jones said.

10G, 40G, 100G port market to grow to $2bn

By : CIOL Bureau

40G, 100G optical market to be dominated by in-house vendors

Nepal firm takes high speed Internet to Mt Everest

By : CIOL Bureau

The installation could help the tens of thousands of mountain climbers and trekkers who visit the Mount Everest region in the Solukhumbu district every year.

Google pledges AdWords clarity, France ends probe

By : CIOL Bureau

The AdWords service, where Google sells keywords that trigger advertisements, is the heart of the company’s $23 billion online advertising operations and a pillar of commerce for Internet service providers

Facebook, Twitter say social is the new normal

By : CIOL Bureau

Facebook has over 500 million active users, including more than 150 million who access the site through their mobile devices.

Facebook, Twitter say social is the new normal

By : CIOL Bureau

Facebook has over 500 million active users, including more than 150 million who access the site through their mobile devices

Google sees “huge” Latam online mkt opportunity

By : CIOL Bureau

Hohagen estimated Google dominated the Latin American Internet search market with a 88 p c share, compared with its 57-60 percent in the rest of the world

Cellphone mkt slowing, smartphones still booming

By : CIOL Bureau

The phones market — the largest volume electronics industry — has surged this year from a slump in 2009 when the recession hit consumers spending on latest gadgets around the world.

Apotheker’s job: restore stability, credibility

By : CIOL Bureau

Apotheker’s chief priority will be keeping key senior executives in the fold and executing, analysts say.

MS billions count for little in post-PC world

By : CIOL Bureau

Not bad for a company that has been widely written off as a creaking dinosaur, destined to go the way of T-Rex in the face of competition from Google, Apple, Facebook and other companies that we probably haven’t even heard of yet.

Samsung to sell tablet in India from Nov

By : CIOL Bureau

Samsung said this month it planned to sell Galaxy Tab in the United States, Japan, South Korea and Italy this year

President inaugurates PanIIT 2010 conclave

By : CIOL Bureau

This year the PanIIT 2010 Global Conference focuses on good governance, knowledge based economy, entrepreneurial, innovative, equivalent and happy society

BlackBerry allows interim data interception

By : CIOL Bureau

A home ministry spokesperson said RIM has assured that they will provide a final solution for lawful interception of BBM services by Jan 31 next year

TCS, Strate in JV for ASP services

By : CIOL Bureau

This joint venture with TCS, for the TCS BaNCS Securities Processing solution, will provide best-in-class technology to mid-tier players in the South African market

Web collaboration paving new path to education

By : CIOL Bureau

Using web collaboration technology, educators at schools and colleges can reach students across the boundaries of the traditional brick-and-mortar campus

SQL Sentry announces Aaron Bertrand as Sr consultant

By : CIOL Bureau

Aaron has over 10 years of technical experience with Microsoft SQL Server

Police can use Facebook to track killers

By : CIOL Bureau

Sweeping changes have been made to train thousands of student investigators to bring their work into the 21st century

Fujitsu expands partnership with NetApp

By : CIOL Bureau

Companies to provide “One-Stop Shop” for integrated storage solutions to help customers attain greater IT value and efficiency