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  • News: TSMC's Q3 profits sink 35 percent on weak demand

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) said Thursday net profits in the third quarter dropped 35.2 percent year-over-year, as demand for the company's chips fell because of economic conditions. The company however expects a turnaround next year, when it starts delivering high-performance, 28-nanometer chips for tablets and smartphones.

  • News: 42% of students worry information posted online may affect job chances

    More than two in five (42 percent) students are concerned that information they've posted online, on sites such as Facebook, may affect their chances of employment in the future, says the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO).

  • News: BT has two weeks to block Newzbin2

    BT has been given just two weeks to block access to illegal download site Newzbin2.

  • News: Nintendo 3DS 2Q sales rebound as price cuts kick in

    Sales of Nintendo's 3DS handheld game console rebounded over the last quarter as it slashed prices, but the company said it is facing deep financial losses, and doesn't expect a true turnaround for the device until a host of new games are released over the next few months.

  • News: Computer programmer who inspired Bill Gates wins top award

    Professor Donald Knuth, author of industry bible ‘The Art of Computer Programming’, has been awarded the Faraday Medal by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) for his contribution to computer science.

  • News: IBM's Dr Watson seeks to deliver automated healthcare

    IBM is making a play to help manage patient care with its Watson data analytics computing platform, amid potential concerns arising out of automated healthcare.

  • News: UBS trading system woes worsen with £7.5m fine

    UBS has agreed to pay $12 million (£7.5 million) to US regulator the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), to settle serious accusations that its securities information systems were significantly flawed.

  • News: Sony to buy Sony Ericsson, turn into 100 percent subsidiary

    Sony said Thursday it will acquire Ericsson's 50 percent share in their Sony Ericsson mobile phone joint venture, turning the company into a subsidiary in January 2012.

  • News: RIM faces possible class action suit over BlackBerry outages

    Research In Motion faces a possible class action lawsuit over recent outages in its BlackBerry services earlier this month, and a trademark infringement complaint for its use of the BBX name for its upcoming platform for its tablets and smartphones.

  • News: Duqu, Stuxnet link unclear

    A report by Dell SecureWorks debunks the idea that the newly discovered Duqu Trojan is related to last year's Stuxnet worm or was created by the same authors.

  • News: Telecom shareholders approve demerger

    New Zealand Telecom (ASX: TEL) shareholders have overwhelmingly voted in favour of demerging its infrastructure business Chorus to allow the company to participate in the country’s Ultra-fast Broadband Network (UFB) project.

  • News: Linksys refocuses on Wi-Fi, video

    Cisco Systems' Home Networking Business Unit will keep both its Linksys brand and its place in the parent company as Cisco pares down its business, but the unit is also sharpening its focus.

  • News: Solve Mail search problems

    Even when you know the basics of searching in Lion's Mail, sometimes an email message you clearly remember stubbornly stays lost. If a Mail search doesn't display messages that you know it should--and you've ruled out user error such as selecting the wrong mailbox, or choosing a header instead of message contents--there are several possible causes. Which solution to use depends on whether errors occur searching message contents (the body of your message) or headers (the contents of the To, CC, BCC, From, and Subject fields).

  • News: Primus CEO: Shutting down copper is 'a really dumb thing to do'

    Shutting down the copper network as part of the National Broadband Network (NBN) plan is "dumb" and a fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) model would work better than fibre-to-the-home (FTTH), according to Primus Telecom CEO, Tom Mazerski.

  • News: Australia's 4G LTE journey: Where are we now?

    Telstra recently made its highly anticipated 4G LTE network widely available in capital cities and various regional centres across Australia.

  • News: Australian companies caught up in RSA SecurID token attack

    The aftermath of the RSA SecurID token attack which occurred in March and led to the replacement of thousands of tokens, has continued with the revelation that customers of Australian Internet service providers (ISPs), including Telstra and iiNet, may have been compromised.

  • News: Vodafone upgrading customer service platform

    Vodafone is to roll out a new customer service system to help capture the increasing number of social media communications the telco is experiencing with its customer base.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Sunny side up

    Apple plans to bring clean energy to a power-hungry facility, Sprint searches for an influx of cash, and a Steve Jobs special makes its way to the airwaves. The remainders for Wednesday, October 26, 2011 are supported by readers like you.

  • News: Preview: Nokia Lumia 800 Windows Phone

    It's been a long time coming but Nokia has finally unveiled its first Windows-powered smartphone, the Lumia 800.

  • News: Sprint aims to use Clearwire's LTE network

    Sprint Nextel and Clearwire plan to make their future LTE networks work together and are working on a commercial agreement under which Sprint would use Clearwire's network for extra capacity.



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