Troubled Satyam Computer Services attempted on Thursday to reassure customers and investors that it could keep the company afloat, but did not discuss specific measures.
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The chairman of troubled Indian outsourcer Satyam Computer Services on Wednesday tendered his resignation to the company's board of directors, admitting that the company inflated its financial results.
Indian and Pakistani hackers have once again taken politics to the web, hacking and defacing web sites in the two countries.
A surge in demand for netbooks is helping drive business for Linux, as the devices are designed to be low-cost with smaller storage, according to Novell's chief technology and strategy officer for Linux.
IBM opened up cloud computing centres in four countries on Wednesday to let enterprises, universities and governments test web-based services and applications.
The iPhone 3G from Apple will be available in India from August 22 through Vodafone, but it comes at a hefty price of 31,000 Indian rupees (US$715) for an 8G-byte flash drive model.
IBM's India Research Laboratory (IRL) has developed technology that automatically detects and masks sensitive information in audio recordings.
SAP's acquisition of Business Objects will accelerate its strategy to bring to market a category of software called business user applications.
Hotmail co-founder, Sabeer Bhatia, is placing his bets on an online office productivity suite that is positioned to compete with similar offerings from Microsoft and Google.
EMC will use both its own products and OEM (original equipment manufacturer) deals to target the consumer market, a company executive said Friday.
Sun Microsystems expects that technologies like its Javafx Script scripting language, and Javafx Mobile software for mobile devices will help bridge the digital divide.
Hewlett-Packard has introduced a new Voodoo notebook PC following its acquisition of the company in November last year..
British Telecommunications (BT) has awarded a US$1 billion outsourcing contract to an Indian services company to support the growth of BT's managed services for businesses worldwide.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has set up an SOA (service-oriented architecture) centre in Bangalore, India, which will be one of five SOA centers run by HP worldwide.
The number of mobile phones in India is expected to outstrip fixed-line phones by the end of this year, according to India's Ministry of Communications and Information Technology in Delhi. But government-owned operators still dominate the country's telephone services market.