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NEW YORK — Information technology company Oracle Corp. said Monday it is buying Sun Microsystems Inc. in a cash deal the company valued at $7.4 billion after IBM abandoned its bid to buy the networking equipment maker.

EBay Offers to Buy Korea’s Gmarket for $1.2 Billion

Kevin Cho and Joseph Galante Bloomberg.com 16.04.2009
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EBay Inc. offered to buy South Korea’s Gmarket Inc. for $1.2 billion in cash, seeking to expand in the world’s most connected Internet market after posting its first quarterly sales decline.


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EBay Inc., under pressure to focus on reviving sales at its main e-commerce site, is planning an initial public offering for the Skype Internet-calling unit in the first half of 2010.

Intel's earnings fail to signal high-tech turnaround

Alex Pham Los Angeles Times 15.04.2009
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Semiconductor giant Intel Corp.'s first-quarter sales and profit tumbled, but the technology bellwether said Tuesday that the personal-computer market it dominates was finally stabilizing from a free fall that began last year as consumers zipped u...


No cash? Barter for services with "dibits"

Marc Ramirez The Seattle Times 13.04.2009
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Something didn't feel quite right, and Amber Tande knew it. For a long time, she'd considered hiring a feng-shui adviser to help streamline the energy in her Wallingford home, but she wasn't prepared to pay for it.

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Hong Kong and Shenzhen have agreed on the action plan under the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Innovation Circle for the next three years, comprising 24 co-operation projects.


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Microsoft BizSpark Creativity Centre at Cyberport is offering local start-ups and small and medium-sized enterprises in the creative industry access to advanced development tools and expert technical and business guidance at no upfront cost.

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The High Court has ordered the winding-up of the electronics retail chain Tai Lin Radio Service, after the company failed to find a buyer.


Motorola: Becoming a 'Peripheral Player'

Roger O. Crockett BusinessWeek  04.02.2009
Motorola: Becoming a 'Peripheral Player'

Motorola is struggling to turn less into more. Never has that been more apparent than on Feb. 3, when quarterly financial figures showed a company becoming a shadow of its former self.

Agoda.com partners with Rydges Hotels

Agoda.com, an online travel company specializing in discounted hotel bookings in Asia, today announced a partnership with Australian owned, Rydges Hotels & Resorts . The partnership allows distribution of Rydges’ properties via Agoda's websites. R...


SanDisk shares fall on outlook, equity offer

Gabriel Madway Reuters  03.02.2009
SanDisk shares fall on outlook, equity offer

Flash memory card maker SanDisk Corp (SNDK.O) warned that current-quarter revenue would fall far short of Wall Street's expectations and said it may undertake an equity offering that could dilute shares by as much as 20 percent.

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California technology firm NetApp has taken Google's crown as best company to work for in 2009, according to an annual Top 100 list published by Fortune Magazine.


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During the financial crisis, enterprises can upgrade and restructure their industry for long-term development by putting more resources into innovation and technology, says Commissioner for Innovation & Technology Eddy Chan.

Toshiba, Fujitsu May Combine Hard-Disk Drive Units

Mikako Nakajima Bloomberg.com 14.01.2009
Toshiba, Fujitsu May Combine Hard-Disk Drive Units

Toshiba Corp. and Fujitsu Ltd. are in final talks to combine their hard-disk drive businesses as the computer makers try to reduce costs, according to four people familiar with the discussions.


Spies in Your Mobile Phone

Heather Green BusinessWeek  13.01.2009
Spies in Your Mobile Phone

Just as advertisers and wireless companies are hoping for the business of marketing on mobile phones to take off, consumer groups are raising pointed questions about the business practices of these companies. On Jan. 13, the Center for Digital Dem...

Satyam rebounds on rescue hopes

BBC News  12.01.2009
Satyam rebounds on rescue hopes

Shares in Indian software firm Satyam have jumped 60% on hopes of a rescue plan for the scandal-hit firm. On Sunday, the Indian government appointed three leading businessmen to the company's board.


Getting wired to beat Lunar sales gloom

Beatrice Siu The Standard 12.01.2009
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Electronics retailer Fortress is talking up sales prospects for 2009, even predicting they can top those for last year.

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A French crew has begun to repair two undersea cables in the Mediterranean that were severed on Friday, disrupting internet and phone communications.


Lenovo To Merge Commercial Computer Brands

ChinaTechNews.com 18.12.2008
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Chinese PC maker Lenovo (LNVGY) has announced that from January 1, 2009, the company will merge its commercial desktop brands Kaitian and ThinkCentre and the brands will be replaced by a new brand ThinkCentre M.

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The Hong Kong and Guangdong governments will jointly fund four applied research and development projects totalling $12.8 million under the Guangdong-Hong Kong Technology Co-operation Funding Scheme.



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