Nokia will layoff 450 employees as the Finnish phone giant refocuses its services to take better advantage of third-party developers, it announced on Tuesday.
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A lawyer for one of the defendants in the Pirate Bay case has already filed an appeal against the guilty verdict handed down by a Stockholm court on Friday, and lawyers for the other three defendants are gearing up to do the same.
Developers will now be able to take a look at the SDK (Software Development Kit) for the next version of the Android platform, Google announced on Monday on its developer blog.
Nokia will cut its staff by 1,700 as it tries to grapple with falling phone sales, it announced on Tuesday.
Sony Ericsson is working on a touchscreen phone with a 12.1-megapixel camera it announced on Sunday, but details on the upcoming Idou device were scarce.
Nokia is closing its R&D site in Jyväskylä, Finland. In the process about 320 employees will be laid off. The company is also making temporary cuts at its production facility in Salo, it announced on Wednesday.
The Sony Ericsson C903 Cyber-shot camera phone comes with integrated support for YouTube, Flickr and Picasa, and the slider phone also supports faster uploads at speeds up to 2Mbps, Sony Ericsson announced on Tuesday.
Swedish operator Ericsson saw declining profits for its fourth quarter and will lay off 5,000 employees in a continuing effort to cut costs, the company said Wednesday.
Enterprises could make their data centers more efficient by turning them into private computing clouds -- but the biggest winners could be companies like EMC, Cisco Systems and Sun Microsystems, which stand to win a bigger share of data center spending.
Storage companies are feeling the pain of companies cutting IT costs and overall spending, but the move to server virtualisation is driving some demand, according to NetApp CEO Dan Warmenhoven.
Losses at Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications widened in the fourth quarter, as the company sold 6.6 million fewer phones than during the same period in 2007
Financially struggling Nortel Networks filed for Chapter 11 in U.S. bankruptcy court Wednesday.
Networking company D-Link Systems is already seeing consumers and businesses switching to 802.11n, even though the wireless LAN technology isn't a ratified standard.
Netgear on Wednesday introduced a digital media player with a built-in 500GB hard drive and support for HD video.
Alcatel-Lucent will cut its investment in WiMAX as it tries to reduce costs. Instead, it will pin its fourth-generation mobile broadband hopes on the rival LTE (Long Term Evolution) technology aimed at telecommunications operators, it said Friday.