Joseph Nacchio, the former CEO of Qwest Communications International, was found guilty of 19 counts of insider trading Thursday, covering US$52 million in stock sales.
For the second straight quarter, AMD has posted a loss. This time it lost $US611 million in its chip-manufacturing business during the first quarter of 2007.
Intel channel partners now have access to Red Hat Linux, following a deal signed between the two vendors.
Fujitsu has announced 2 Mbit ferro-electric RAM (FRAM) memory chips, twice as dense as its previous 1 Mbit FRAM. This memory technology combines the qualities of RAM with non-volatile memory such as Flash.
Microsoft has partnered with Unisys to offer a free trial of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 that enables enterprise customers to evaluate the software's e-mail, calendaring and unified-messaging features.
A price cut for the PlayStation 3 games console may be in the cards as Sony looks to strengthen the platform and expand its penetration.
TDK has agreed to sell its recording media division to Imation for $US300 million in cash and shares, the companies said Thursday.
In a continuing search for profits, Lenovo Group said Thursday that it plans to lay off 1,400 workers, about 5 percent of its global workforce.
Microsoft's Vista operating system has been shipping since January, with beta code available for over a year before that. Yet, neither of the two NAC frameworks tested have any inherit support for Microsoft's newest operating system. What gives?
A security researcher at Juniper Networks has developed a new form of attack that can be used to run unauthorized software on a wide range of computing devices, including routers and mobile phones.
An executive at Samsung has agreed to plead guilty to charges that he took part in a conspiracy to fix prices for memory chips bought by Dell, Hewlett-Packard and other PC vendors, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) said Thursday.
Google has reported earnings and revenue that exceeded Wall Street's expectations for its first fiscal quarter, ended March 31.
Announcing it will deploy a metro-wide WiFi network on the NSW south coast today, telecommunications provider, Snoopa Community, took a swipe at politicians accusing them of "grandstanding" and "outlandish claims" when it comes to broadband services in the bush.
Tata Consultancy Services A/NZ boss, Rick Marmur, has resigned to move into the environmental services sector. He has been replaced at the local branch of India's largest outsourcer by veteran, R Ravishankar, who previously held the role of Tata Singapore country manager, and was based in the company's APAC headquarters.
Australian IT provider to the telecommunications industry, Clarity, today officially opened its new headquarters to support customers in the Asia Pacific region.
The head of Adobe Systems has questioned Microsoft's commitment to keeping its new Silverlight platform compatible with other operating systems besides Windows.
Watchfire is opening up its Web application-vulnerability software so customers can create their own security tests of corporate.
The Asia Pacific region will lead a worldwide initiative launched today at the Microsoft Government Leaders Forum (GLF) to drive high-tech growth across the globe.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has issued a warning against a phishing e-mail currently in circulation that claims to be from the tax office.
Storage users value interoperability. That was among the highlights of the third annual survey by the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) End User Council (EUC). The results were released Wednesday at the Storage Networking World (SNW) conference in San Diego.
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