SAP profits fell 5 percent in the third quarter, with the company canceling its sales forecast for the rest of the year, it has reported.
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IBM on Monday opened a new research facility in Shanghai, its second in China, to focus on areas including Web services and cloud computing.
If China Mobile made any splash as a top-level sponsor of the Beijing Olympics, it was for its limited deployment of TD-SCDMA (Time Division-Synchronous Code Division Multiple Access) 3G (third-generation) telephony service in the Olympic cities, except Hong Kong.
Apple allowed a sneak peek at its flagship store in Beijing on Thursday, along with a glimpse of its China strategy.
Motorola and Kodak on Monday launched the ZN5, a new candy bar-style mobile phone with a 5.0-megapixel camera, the first device from its new Zine line.
The second of two technical rehearsals for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games was declared a success Thursday by Beijing Olympic technology officials and Olympic systems integrator Atos Origin.
All over Beijing, Olympic countdown clocks tick off the seconds that China has awaited for seven years: the moments until Aug. 8, 2008, at 8:00 pm, when the opening ceremonies of the Beijing Olympics begin.
Oracle's illegal download lawsuit against rival SAP will move finally to trial on February 9, 2009 - almost two years after the suit was initially filed.
Google has acquired Peakstream, a California developer of software for multi-core and parallel processors, the company said.
SanDisk and Yahoo are the latest companies attempting to take on Apple's iPod, Monday releasing the Wi-Fi-enabled Sansa Connect.
It might not be a good idea to say to the love of your life, "Either that computer goes or I do!" According to a new survey, you could be packing your bags.
SAP reacted quickly and angrily to statements made by Oracle CEO, Larry Ellison, during his company's quarterly results meeting.
Adobe has released Acrobat 8, a new version of its popular document authoring and reading software, and integrated it with its upgraded Creative Suite 2.3 Premium.
Cisco Systems Inc. will acquire on-demand video software company Arroyo Video Systems Inc. for US$92 million, Cisco said Monday.
Peripherals manufacturer Plantronics Inc. Wednesday launched what the company said is the first Bluetooth headset optimized for Voice over Internet Protocol VOIP).
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