Singapore Telecommunications announced a 13.9 percent rise in net profits for its second quarter ended Sept. 30 2003, on revenue up 15.7 percent over the year-earlier period.
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Analysts have made several predictions on the escalation of wireless services worldwide.
Asian countries should embrace full telecommunications liberalization as a platform for driving their economies, according to Lee Boon Yang, Singapore's minister for information, communications and the arts.
Internet use is still growing fast but so is Internet-based fraud, according to security vendor Verisign, which examined data from its own infrastructure services between August 2002 and August 2003.
Maxtor has demonstrated a way to double hard disk recording density without adding significantly to the manufacturing cost.
The Committee for Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS) has approved a buyout of bankrupt telecommunication company Global Crossing Holdings Ltd. by Singapore Technologies Telemedia Pte. Ltd. (STT), Global Crossing said in a statement Friday.
The worldwide server market was worth US$10.6 billion in the second quarter of 2003, a scant 0.2 percent higher than in the same quarter last year, according to revenue figures released Friday by IDC.
Telstra Corp. Ltd. has recorded a profit of $3.4 billion for its fiscal year ended 30 June 2003 on revenue of $21.6 billion.
Developers and users should ignore the copyright lawsuit filed by the SCO Group against IBM and should continue to work with and deploy Linux without fear of the consequences, according to MontaVista Software Inc., a developer of embedded Linux software.
Corel shareholders voting overwhelmingly Wednesday to approve the US$124 million takeover of the company by investment company Vector Capital, Corel said in a statement.
A proposal to make it as difficult for Australians to open an Internet account as to open a bank account has drawn stinging criticism from online civil liberties group Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA).
Countries that want to be able to tackle cybercrime need to pass wide-ranging laws and be prepared to openly cooperate with other countries, delegates of the APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) group said Monday.
British Telecommunications (BT) and T-Mobile International have joined an Asian consortium called the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA), which plans to be operating more than 26,000 Wi-Fi hotspots around the world by the end of this year.
Global software sales fell 5 percent in 2002 to US$152 billion and will continue to fall significantly for the next two years, according to a survey released Friday by Ovum Ltd.
Cybercrime and other forms of economic crime are hitting companies in all sectors of industry, but telecommunications and IT companies appear to be among the most targeted, according to a survey released Tuesday by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC).