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B>NEW YORK: /B>The blue-chip Dow ended at its highest level in about 19 months for the fourth straight day on Friday, while the Nasdaq and the broad Standard Poor's 500 index declined, in whipsaw trading driven by 'witching,' the expiration of various derivative contracts.
Microsoft Corp, the world's largest software maker, said on Thursday its quarterly profit fell 17% due to a change in its stock compensation plan, but it raised its revenue outlook based on stronger personal computer demand.
HEWLETT-PACKARD Sales (M) Sdn Bhd (HP) predicts the overall corporate information technology (IT) budget in Malaysia to grow 5% to 10% this year, said managing director T.F. Chong.
A malicious program attached to seemingly innocuous e-mails was spreading quickly over the Internet, clogging network traffic and potentially leaving hackers an open door to infected personal computers.
Microsoft (China) Co Ltd#8217;s president Tang Jun is leaving the company after less than two years at the helm to join China#8217;s largest online games operator Shanda Networking Development Co Ltd, as its president.
IBM Malaysia expects to strengthen its position as the leader in the local server market with the launch yesterday of its latest blade servers #150; the enterprise-class eServer BladeCenter HS40 and the eServer xSeries 363, targeted at small- and medium-sized industries.
IT IS never too early to start planning for your career and if your interest is in Information Technology (IT), then Informatics' new course for Fourth Formers is an excellent vehicle to 'test the waters'.
China's ever changing technology priorities are a high-stakes gamble for many of the world's top chipmakers, most of which have found the odds stacked against them as they try to guess Beijing's agenda.
CBS Technology Bhd, which aims to be listed on the Mesdaq market in the first half this year, sees a bright future for radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, CBS founder and chief executive officer Sun Chee Kong said.