You have searched for "RAlly"

Showing 251-260 of 262

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance

Facebook dangles search and mobile, shares rally

Zuckerberg soothed investors in his first major public appearance since the social network's rocky May IPO.

iPhone 5 needs to dazzle as market gets crowded

The iPhone 5 has to be more than just another smartphone as it carries the weight of Apple Inc's future.

Apple cuts memory chip order to Samsung for new iPhone: source

Apple has reduced orders for memory chips for its new iPhone from Samsung, says a source.

Google's Nexus tablet selling fast across retail chains

Google's Nexus 7 tablet is off to an encouraging start, with major retailers running out of the gadgets.

Samsung to build US$1.9bil logic chip line

Samsung Electronics Co will spend RM5.7bil to build a new logic chip line.

Apple shareholders to meet as stock at record high

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bApple Inc chief executive Tim Cook is in an enviable position - market leading products, a US$98bil (RM294bil) warchest and a seemingly gravity-defying stock price.

Protests erupt across Europe against web piracy treaty

b>BERLIN/SOFIA:/bTens of thousands of protesters took part in rallies across Europe against an international antipiracy agreement they fear will curb their freedom to download movies and music for free and encourage Internet surveillance.

Greenpeace urges Facebook to ‘like’ green energy

b>PALO ALTO (California)/b>: A handful of Greenpeace activists gathered outside the Facebook headquarters here on Wednesday, calling on the social network to 'unfriend' coal energy for powering datacentres and other operations.

Cisco to shut Flip camcorder business

b>NEW YORK/b>: Cisco Systems Inc, one of the titans of the technology industry, is going to kill its Flip Video, the most popular videocamera in the United States, just two years after it bought the startup that created it.

Mobile games hurting console games?

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bWith retail videogame sales smacked down by the rough economy and ever-growing competition in the crowded social and mobile game marketplace, it seemed like attendees at the recent Game Developers Conference were more frustrated than birds catapulted at pigs.