Commtouch Software Ltd., which makes and licenses anti-spam software, said Monday its board has approved a stock repurchase of up to $5 million.The authorization is for repurchase in the open market or through private transactions.The company will pay for the buybacks through working capital....
The Saudi billionaire with the largest individual stake in Citigroup Inc. on Monday ruled out boosting his investment firm's holdings in the U.S. banking giant at present, but predicted its best days are yet to come.Alwaleed bin Talal, who owns a 95 percent stake in the Saudi Arabia-based...
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My point here is not to join the chorus of Toyota-bashers. Rather it is to point out that major software quality problems seem to be occurring with increasing frequency across more industries today – and they are definitely happening more frequently in the embedded industry.
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CUI Inc’s power line, V-Infinity, announced the release of the VOF-80 open frame AC/DC power supply. The supply has a low no-load power consumption of <0.5 W and is suited for use in
AWR, a leader in high-frequency EDA, today announced the AWR Graduate Gift Initiative, which will provide qualified 2010 graduates a fully-functional free license for its popular Microwave Office and Visual System Simulator (VSS) software suites.
CyberSynchs universal data synchronization system automatically synchronizes data from any device and securely stores the content in the cloud to make it instantly accessible to any other device or platform.
Iran has arrested 30 people suspected of belonging to a U.S.-linked cyber network gathering information on Iranian nuclear scientists and sending people abroad for training, a news agency reported on Saturday. It said the group sought to recruit people through the Internet for training in Iraq with the People's Mujahideen Organization, a leftist exile group which launched attacks on the Islamic Republic from Saddam Hussein's Iraq.
U.S. regulators will announce a major Internet policy this week to revolutionize how Americans communicate and play, proposing a dramatic increase in broadband speeds that could let people download a high-definition film in minutes instead of hours.
China Mobile's 3G outlook will take center stage this week as China's three telecoms carriers begin to kick off quarterly results, with market focus on whether the nation's dominant player will turn up the volume in its low-key 3G roll-out.
British songwriters, composers and music publishers earned 623 million pounds ($944.8 million) in royalties in 2009, up 2.6 percent on 2008 and the first time the growth in digital revenues outperformed the drop in CD and DVD earnings.
Dell Inc, the world's third-largest PC maker, has filed a lawsuit against Sharp Corp, Hitachi Ltd, Toshiba Corp and two other companies for alleged price fixing of LCD displays. Dell filed the suit at a U.S. district court in San Francisco on Friday against the group of five firms, which also includes Japan's Seiko Epson and Taiwan's HannStar, a spokesman at Dell's Japan unit said on Monday.
Intermap Technologies Corp, a Canadian 3D digital mapping technology firm, said U.S. navigation device maker Garmin Ltd signed a three-year agreement for Intermap's NEXTMap technology. Financial terms of the contract were not disclosed.
Motion controls and social gaming were the hot topics at this week's Game Developers Conference, the annual convention of game designers, programmers and executives. Sony shook up the conference with a splashy introduction of the PlayStation Move, a new wand-shaped PlayStation 3 motion controller system that will rival Nintendo's popular Wii.