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Sony to slash 8,000 positions, close factories

Five or six of Sony's 57 manufacturing plants will shut its doors as the global electronics firm restructures its core business

Recession? What recession?

IDC Canada predicts we will spend 5.5 per cent more on software in 2008, while expenditures on IT services will go up 4.3 per cent. Find out what the economy has in store for the IT industry in Canada

Internet worldwide growth slower but solid, says UN

The number of people using the Internet worldwide continued to grow in 2002, though the increase was slower than in 2001, according to figures released by the United Nations (U.N.).

Vendors disagree on push for desktop 64-bit computing

In wake of Apple's G5, questions arise over usefulness of powerful PCs.

Report: Internet in China tops 54 million users

China had 54.4 million Internet users at the end of September, according to a speech delivered by a senior government official at a national Internet conference on Monday, the official Xinhua news agency reported.

IP based services will grow slowly

Services based on IP (Internet Protocol) are the key to telecommunication carriers gradually creating new offerings and reducing the cost of existing ones, but these services will remain a small part of North American carriers' total business over the next five years, research company Insight Research Corp. said in a report released last month.

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Microsoft JUMPs for JavaA beta version of a tool that converts Java applications into Microsoft Corp.'s new ...

Canadian CEOs see bright days ahead

American and Canadian business leaders often differ in the way they perceive the state of the economy. The results from a recent Deloitte & Touche Technology Fast 500 CEO survey demonstrates this difference.

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