Carphone Warehouse raised its full-year earnings guidance as it reported better-than-expected earnings and revenue for the fiscal first half, driven by its mobile phone retail and broadband operations.
Three investment firms, including Sequoia Capital, are joining Sina Corp.'s management to invest $180 million in the company as they attempt to reinvigorate China's largest internet portal, according to people familiar with the situation.
A potential for the navigation PC SPC-1 component to stop working which could result in potential harms associated with this failure.
Major Retailers including Target, J.C. Penney and Best Buy put Black Friday discounts online early in another sign that retailers are worried about holiday sales.
The palm-sized Arduino serves as an electronic brain running everything from high school robots to high-end art installations. It is an effort to bring an open-source development approach to hardware and spur innovation by allowing duplication.
Canada's Rogers Communications said it is cutting about 900 positions, mostly mid-level managers, and said it had increased its stake in rival Cogeco Cable.
Apple's iPhone is set to go on sale in South Korea, a country that prides itself on cutting-edge technology but where the government raised trade barriers on smart phones.
The European Commission said it has sent formal antitrust charges to cathode ray tube manufacturers, used in televisions and computers, on suspicion that they operated a cartel.
Willa Plank tests the new PlayStation Portable, PSPgo, which adds Internet functionality to its game prowess.
The British retailer said it will sell Apple's iPhone in the U.K., potentially bringing its lower-priced ethos to the smartphone market.
Sony said it sees 3-D compatible televisions accounting for up to half of all the TVs sold by the company in three years.
Unified communications is migrating to ‘the cloud’, as vendors begin positioning it as a service rather than a product
Traditional and Pay TV Services Migrating Infrastructure to More Efficient CDN and Data Center ModelsNovember 25, 2009 11:57 am | by In-Stat | News | Comments
Traditional Video-on-Demand services, and traditional “siloed” video services currently use a great deal of proprietary, or industry-specific, equipment
Humberto Reyna Jr., an undergraduate student in the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University, has won first place in an undergraduate research poster session at the national meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). Competing in...
Dany Jair Munoz-Pinto and Zuyi (Jacky) Huang, graduate students in the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University, each have been named a recipient of the Paul and Ellen Deisler Fellowship in Chemical Engineering. These fellowships are awarded on the...