Over a year after Indian outsourcer Satyam Computer Services reported a major financial fraud at the company, research firm Forrester still cautions customers doing business with it.
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Dell plans to offer packages of software and services around its hardware in a bid to increase sales, a company executive said on Friday.
India's largest outsourcer, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), reported Friday an increase in revenue and profit in U.S. dollar terms for the quarter ended Dec. 31, reflecting a turnaround in the offshore outsourcing market.
India's PC sales were 2.19 million units in the third quarter, down by 3.1 percent from the same quarter a year ago, research firm IDC India said on Thursday.
Indian outsourcer, Satyam Computer Services, has received legal notices from 37 companies, demanding the return of 12.3 billion Indian rupees (US$267 million) they claim were paid to the company as temporary advances, Satyam said in a filing on Tuesday to the Bombay Stock Exchange.
IBM and Asustek said on Tuesday that they have entered into a broad patent cross-licensing agreement that ends all patent litigation between the two companies.
Kyocera Wireless is selling off its Indian development subsidiary to an Indian services company, MindTree, which will take over development and design work for Kyocera.
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), India's largest outsourcer, reported on Friday that revenue was stagnant, but profit grew marginally in U.S. dollars, reflecting the impact of the recession on Indian outsourcers.
Tech Mahindra may have to ask Satyam Computer Services for a preferential issues of shares to continue its bid to take over the troubled outsourcer.
Embattled Indian outsourcer Satyam Computer Services plans to use a new brand, Mahindra Satyam, to reflect its new ownership.
IBM is allocating US$100 million to research in mobile communications over the next five years.
Dell is planning to offer small and medium businesses (SMBs) globally pre-configured bundles of hardware and open source software to run their businesses, according to an executive at the company.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is investigating whether the hiring practices of Google, Yahoo, Apple and some other technology companies may have violated anti-trust regulations, The Washington Post <a href="http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/06/02/AR2009060203412.html">reported Wednesday.</a>
Social networking site Facebook has been blocked in Iran since Saturday, according to the country's opposition, as opposition voters increasingly turn to online tools like social networking to promote their candidates.
Growth will have to come from higher productivity and innovation when the economy begins to recover, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told developers gathered Wednesday in Hyderabad for the company's India edition of the Tech Ed conference.
Go Wireless NZ Ltd, a value-added distributor of wireless networking and IoT (Internet of Things) solutions in New Zealand and the South Pacific since 2006; today announced a new vendor partnership with US-based Soundvision Technologies, a future-focused manufacturer of cutting-edge smart speakers and multi-zone amplifiers and parent company of TruAudio and VSSL.