SAP opens Asia Pacific support centre in China

SAP opens Asia Pacific support centre in China

SAP AG, the world's largest supplier of business application software, has opened a new centre in China to provide local...

September 14th, 2004 Asia Pacific support center in China

India may get semiconductor fabs after all

India may get semiconductor fabs after all

India may be closer to getting an important jewel in its technology development crown: a semiconductor fab set up by...

May 27th, 2004 John Ribeiro

AOL plans to hire developers in India

AOL plans to hire developers in India

America Online Inc. (AOL) is planning to open a small development shop in Bangalore, India, but the giant Internet service...

December 28th, 2003 Grant Gross

W3C sides with Microsoft against Eolas patent

W3C sides with Microsoft against Eolas patent

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has taken up Microsoft Corp.'s cause in a patent infringement lawsuit by urging the...

October 29th, 2003 Laura Rohde

California wins first state suit against spammers

California wins first state suit against spammers

California Attorney General Bill Lockyer claimed victory in the state's first antispam lawsuit late last week, after a court ordered...

October 27th, 2003 Scarlet Pruitt

Microsoft to make changes to IE after patent verdict

Microsoft to make changes to IE after patent verdict

Microsoft Corp. said Monday that it is making "minor changes" to its Internet Explorer (IE) Web browser that will affect...

October 7th, 2003 Scarlet Pruitt

PeopleSoft expands Oracle lawsuit

PeopleSoft expands Oracle lawsuit

Continuing its efforts to block Oracle Corp.'s hostile takeover bid, PeopleSoft Inc. has added more allegations to its lawsuit against...

August 13th, 2003 Stephen Lawson

DOJ expected to weigh in on Oracle bid Monday

DOJ expected to weigh in on Oracle bid Monday

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is expected to decide Monday whether Oracle Corp.'s US$6.3 billion unsolicited bid for rival...

June 30th, 2003 Scarlet Pruitt

Intel brings the Pentium 4 to 3.2GHz

Intel brings the Pentium 4 to 3.2GHz

IDG News Service The Pentium 4 processor got a little faster Monday, as Intel Corp. bumped up the processor's clock...

June 24th, 2003 Tom Krazit