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CES: Why would anyone on earth possibly want these products?

A selection of the most unlikely and useless products exhibited and sometimes congratulated at CES

Qimonda bankruptcy causes DRAM price hike

The price of the most popular 1Gb chip rose as much as 16 per cent compared to a week earlier, after DRAM chip maker Qimonda filed for bankruptcy protection, a market research firm said

Digital media, semicon sales buoy Toshiba first half

Toshiba Corp. saw a return to overall profitability in the first six months of the current fiscal year on the back of 5 per cent higher sales, the Tokyo company said Friday.

Fujitsu jettisons another 4,600 staff

Fujitsu Ltd. announced Wednesday it would lay off 4,600 workers as the company reported its first-ever loss and said financial losses for its 2001 fiscal year would exceed forecasts. The layoffs come on top of 16,400 staff cuts announced by Fujitsu in August.

Manufacturers to give electronic recycling a try

In an effort to minimize possible adverse effects of discarded electronic devices on the environment, a group representing more than 2,000 vendors announced Thursday it would test-run several recycling options for PC monitors, TVs, computers and computer peripherals.

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