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  • Nokia beats expectations for Q1, warns on Q2

    Despite a weak mobile telecommunication market, Nokia Corp., the world's largest mobile-phone maker, on Thursday posted better-than-expected earnings for its first quarter, though the Espoo, Finland, company warned that its growth will slow in the second quarter.

  • HP sacked worker after info leak

    Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) has terminated the employment of a worker who admitted leaking two company memos to the media in violation of company policy, according to an internal e-mail passed to journalists.

  • CDMA gets tepid reception from Chinese users

    When China United Telecommunications Corp. (China Unicom) announced the commercial launch of its nationwide CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) service in January, Qualcomm Corp. -- the San Diego company that developed CDMA technology and lobbied for the creation of a national CDMA network in China -- welcomed the news.

  • Hitachi hits back at EMC with counter patent suit

    A week after being accused of infringing six patents owned by EMC Corp., Hitachi Ltd. has filed its own lawsuit in a U.S. District Court seeking damages against EMC for the infringement of eight patents, the company announced Thursday.

  • NTT DoCoMo debuts 3G small office router

    NTT DoCoMo Inc. is about to begin selling a new small office router/hub that has an integrated third-generation (3G) cellular terminal. Developed by Fujitsu Ltd., the device can connect up to four personal computers and allow them to access the carrier's 3G cellular network.

  • SAP Q1 profit down 40 percent

    Business software maker SAP AG reported a 40 percent drop in net profit for its first quarter as license revenue dropped and losses at U.S. partner Commerce One Inc. increased.

  • Asian sales of smart handhelds up 37 percent

    Unit sales of smart handheld devices in the Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) region grew 36.7 percent to 2.91 million units and will maintain similar growth over the next four years, according to research analyst IDC.

  • Australian hosting center rounds out SingTel's dozen

    Singapore Telecommunications Ltd. (SingTel) will extend its Asia-Pacific managed hosting center network to 12 countries when it opens a center in Sydney next month.

  • Creative launches 8,000-song MP3 jukebox

    Creative Technology Ltd. has released the latest version of its Nomad Jukebox digital audio player, featuring 20G bytes of hard disk storage, the equivalent of 8,000 songs, the company said in a statement Wednesday.

  • AMD sees uptick in PC chip sales

    Chip maker Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) on Wednesday reported better than expected financial results for its first fiscal quarter, thanks in part to an uptick in PC processor sales.

  • Microsoft plans NUMA for Windows

    Microsoft has embarked on an effort to let Windows server customers begin to take advantage of the increased multi-processor capabilities of Intel's Xeon MP chips.

  • Allchin updates timelines for future Windows releases

    The Windows .Net Server operating system probably will reach customers' hands sometime next year, and its successor will go "beyond 2003," Jim Allchin, Microsoft's group vice president of platforms, said yesterday.

  • IBM, Apple report quarterly earnings

    IBM today reported "disappointing" earnings for the first quarter of its fiscal year, saying they fell by 31 percent compared with the same period a year ago. The company reported diluted earnings of 68 cents per share, compared with the 98 cents per share it reported in the first quarter of 2001.

  • MS/DOJ: MS witness admits ties to software giant

    IBM today reported "disappointing" earnings for the first quarter of its fiscal year, saying they fell by 31 percent compared with the same period a year ago. The company reported diluted earnings of 68 cents per share, compared with the 98 cents per share it reported in the first quarter of 2001.

  • DOJ investigates CA's acquisition of Sterling Software

    IBM today reported "disappointing" earnings for the first quarter of its fiscal year, saying they fell by 31 percent compared with the same period a year ago. The company reported diluted earnings of 68 cents per share, compared with the 98 cents per share it reported in the first quarter of 2001.

  • WorldCom expands global remote access capabilities

    WorldCom unveiled a universal remote access tool Wednesday designed to ease secure Internet communication over any access method. WorldCom also said it will offer enhanced service level agreements to corporate customers using dial-up Internet access.

  • Intel adds to its mobile product arsenal

    Intel announced two sets of new chip technologies Wednesday, hoping to keep up with the ever-present push to pack more processing power into less space.

  • Xbox price takes a dive

    In a bid to keep up with rival PlayStation 2, Microsoft is dropping the recommended retail price of its Xbox console to $399, knocking nearly 40 per cent off the original launch price tag.

  • Storage skills in short supply, but set to surge

    Organisations refuse to recognise the critical value of storage, and that's why there is a shortage of such skills when it comes to building and managing enterprise storage solutions.

  • Microsoft defends Baseline Security Analyzer tool

    Responding to escalating criticism that its new Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA) vulnerability file scanning product is not up to snuff, Microsoft Corp. says users finding difficulty with the new software tool may be misinterpreting the results of the freeware product's findings.

  • The evolution of public cloud in Australia

    Despite early resistance to Cloud migration, the evolution of Public Cloud offerings has reached a tipping point and mainstream adoption of such services is on the rise.

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