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HP Wants To Make Leading PC Business In World Better, Will Not Sell

By Adam E. John HP has decided that its Personal Systems Group (PSG) unit (also known as the ‘PC division’ in less esoteric circles) will remain as part of the company, after...

Baidu Profits Up By 88.5 Per Cent (3Q, 2011)

Baidu, the leading Chinese language Internet search provider,  announced its unaudited financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2011. Total revenues in the third quarter of 2011 were $654.7 million,...

Sprint Nextel Reports Third Quarter 2011 Results, Continues Turnaround

Sprint Nextel generated net operating revenues of $8.3 billion for Q3, 2011. The company added nearly 1.3 million wireless subscribers, its best ever in  over five years. Apple’s iPhone 4S and iPhone...

Indonesia’s Telkomsel Partners With Skype

Telkomsel, the world's 7th largest mobile is announcing a partnership with Skype in Indonesia. This partnership will bring Skype software beyond computers to a range of mobile handsets starting with a...

Yelp Opens New Office In New York City

Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined online review company Yelp to announce the opening of their new office in New York City. The new Yelp East Coast headquarters, located at 104 Fifth Avenue...

Twitter Partners With The X Factor

Twiiter has partnered with The X Factor. Starting next week, X-Factor fans can cast votes for their favorite contestants via Twitter. Fans have taken to Twitter during live television events to...

Cisco Launches New Telepresence Offerings

Cisco Telepresence was launched five years ago. The company is  now expanding its services, and extending it to any device (think telepresence from a tablet of your choice, or the desktop),...

Cisco Launches $99/Month Unlimited Telepresence

Cisco has launched Cisco TelePresence for small and medium-sized business.  With this service, customers can purchase or lease select multipurpose and personal endpoints, and connect those endpoints to a hosted service...

Akamai Appoints Kumud Kalia As Chief Information Officer

Akamai has appointed Kumud Kalia as chief information officer. Mr. Kalia will be responsible for leading the global strategy, development, and operation of the applications and infrastructure that support Akamai's business processes....

Akamai Appoints Rick McConnell As Executive VP, Products and Development

Akamai has appointed Rick M. McConnell as Executive Vice President, Products and Development. Mr. McConnell will be responsible for leading Akamai's product divisions, including the company's Site, Enterprise Cloud and Media divisions,...

Amazon 3Q 2011 Income Sank 33 Per Cent

Net sales increased 44 per cent to $10.88 billion in the third quarter, compared with $7.56 billion in third quarter 2010. Operating income was $79 million in the third quarter, compared...

India’s Bharti Airtel, COAI Fail To Deliver, Says Greenpeace

By Sudarshana Banerjee Bharti Airtel and the Cellular Operator Association of India (COAI) failed to honour their commitment of disclosing a detailed and sustainable emission reduction plan, including a substantial substitution of...

Google Has A New Student Jobs Site

  By Lisa Carlin “We're loving the new student jobs site, including an updated page on some of the programs we offer in the US & Canada,” tweets Google Students. You see a...

Netflix Loses 800,000 Customers; Promises Comeback

By Adam E. John “The last few months, however, have been difficult for shareholders, employees, and most unfortunately, many members of Netflix”, said Netflix in a Dear Shareholders letter during the...

Sony Creative Software Acquires NetBlender

Sony Creative Software is acquiring NetBlender, a developer of Blu-ray Disc creation tools. Through the agreement, Sony Creative Software will acquire NetBlender's DoStudio product line of authoring applications to expand its...