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Network trends for 2011

By : CIOL Bureau

‘IP networking is no longer just user-to-network but it has now become user-to-user’

Software Review: Adobe Acrobat X Pro

By : CIOL Bureau

The latest offering from Adobe takes professional PDF communications to a whole new level with features like professional PDF portfolio, ability to create interactive forms, collaborate, Action Wizard to save time, and much more

Wipro deposits Rs 24 cr in tax case on court order

By : CIOL Bureau

Wipro deposited the amount with the state commercial tax department in compliance with a Karnataka High Court directive

Thai True buys CDMA business of Hutchison

By : CIOL Bureau

Acquisition involves four companies and their units; CDMA clients to be migrated to HSPA in two years

Microsoft co-founder relaunches tech patent suit

By : CIOL Bureau

In the suit, Paul Allen’s company claims four of its patents – chiefly related to the way Web data is sorted and presented – have been infringed by a number of successful companies

RIM offers data tapping at India office

By : CIOL Bureau

The Economic Times said the Home Ministry had suggested RIM set up the infrastructure, which can automatically decode all data flowing on the company’s network, and also ensure that intercepted information will not travel outside the country

Uninor, others pay penalty for delayed 2G rollout

By : CIOL Bureau

Earlier this month, the government had issued showcause notices to these firms and had given them 15 days to respond

Sony wants LG smartphones out of US mkt

By : CIOL Bureau

Sony said LG violated US trade rules by importing mobile phones and modems that infringed Sony patents

Apple slapped with privacy lawsuit

By : CIOL Bureau

The lawsuit comes amid increasing concern that apps on Apple iOS operating system and Google rival Android software are leaking sensitive personal information

Why 2011 could worry you

By : CIOL Bureau

Though 2011 will not be as dwindling as 2010, then it definitely is not going to be a cake walk either, feels Akanksha Prasad

ISRO ex-chief to help analyse rocket crash

By : CIOL Bureau

On Christmas day, a GSLV rocket carrying advanced communication satellite GSAT-5P veered off its flight path and began disintegrating within one minute after lift-off from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh

Netizens demand justice for Aarushi

By : CIOL Bureau

A majority of the messages and posts were dedicated to Aarushi

Joshi says he is committed to JPC

By : CIOL Bureau

‘As the chairman of the PAC, I believe in the committee’s vast powers in bringing greater accountability to public spending. I commit myself to playing this role effectively,’ Murli Manohar Joshi said

‘WiFi is not a technology for India’

By : CIOL Bureau

Tech start-up Unifiedgateways’ founder and CEO talks about the possibility of broadband over powerline in India and also argues that WiFi is not a technology for Indian conditions

‘Radia-active’ newsmakers of 2010

By : CIOL Bureau

A year that saw many people making news for all the right reasons and the wrong ones

HCL Info to buy 20 p.c stake in Dubai-based firm

By : CIOL Bureau

Techmart Telecom is the distributor for Nokia’s smartphones in the Middle East and Africa

China’s online population rises to 450 mn

By : CIOL Bureau

Around 33.9 per cent of the Chinese population has gone online, a ratio above the world average of 30 per cent

Buoyant Indian IT industry remains cautious

By : CIOL Bureau

Recovering from global tech meltdown, the resilient Indian IT industry returned to high growth during a tumultuous 2010 but is cautiously optimistic about 2011 in view of the economic uncertainty in Europe and the US

NDAS tool only for consumer service in India: RIM

By : CIOL Bureau

RIM has said it is cooperating with the Indian government and is enabling mobile carriers to lawfully access data on BlackBerry Messenger.

RIM to install a network data analysis system

By : CIOL Bureau

RIM has previously said it has consistent global standards for lawful access that do not include special deals for specific countries