Nokia Siemens Networks will hand over parts of some research and development teams to IBM, unloading some of its workforce while continuing to gain the benefit of their expertise, the companies said this week.
EBay will significantly widen the beta test for San Dimas, its PC application designed to let buyers interact both offline and online with the company's marketplace.
Former Network Appliance executive Bernadette Escue is scheduled to be arraigned in a US federal court on October 11 on a charge of embezzling more than US$90,000 from the storage vendor.
Location, location, location is the mantra in real estate. Could it be the same for the Internet? The answer is "yes', according panelists at a MIT technology conference held in Cambridge, Massachusetts this week.
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Microsoft has taken another baby step into on-demand services, with a bundle of small announcements that amount to a little rebranding here, and a couple of new services there. The new offerings are Office Live Workspace -- a free, personal, Web-base...
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Palm hasn't yet managed to turn around its declining fortunes, posting a quarterly net loss of US$840,000 this week.
Adobe Systems this week released updates for key developer technologies to a newly revamped developer site called Adobe Developer Connection, part of a larger strategy to promote its vision for taking rich Internet applications to the desktop through...
A woman from New York sued Apple last week over the iPhone, saying that the company broke several laws when it cut the price of the device last month by US$200 and then issued a US$100 credit to some owners.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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