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Apple climbs into handset top-five
The research firm says the entrance of a second smartphone-only vendor to the top tier of the market highlights the growing popularity of converged devices, and notes that Apple and RIM posted the highest growth rates of the top five players.
IBM's 3Q tops views but shares hit by worries
IBM Corp.'s third quarter was a textbook example of how the company makes money even in an uncertain economy. The results, reported Monday after the stock market closed, topped Wall Street's forecasts and demonstrated IBM's skill at increasing profits faster than its businesses are growing.
About Acer
The Acer Group is a family of four brands -- Acer, Gateway, Packard Bell and eMachines. This unique multi-brand strategy allows each brand to offer a unique set of brand characteristics that targets different customer needs in the global PC market. Today, the Acer Group still strives to break the barriers between people and technology. It ranks No. 2 for total PC shipments and No. 2 for notebooks, and has a global workforce of 7,000 employees. Estimated revenues in 2009 reached US$17.9 billion.
HP buys Palm
Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) on Wednesday announced that it has agreed to buy Palm Inc., the Silicon Valley-based smartphone maker, for about 1.2 billion U.S. dollars. The two companies said that under their agreement, HP will purchase Palm at a price of 5.7 dollars per share of Palm common stock in cash or an enterprise value of approximately 1.2 billion dollars.
HP eyes enormous growth opportunities in China
The facility, opening for business in January 2010 and capable of rolling out up to 4 million personal computers (PCs) a year, reflects the strategic importance of the Chinese market for HP as well as the world's largest PC maker's long-haul commitment to China, a senior HP executive told Xinhua in a recent interview.
Microsoft software piracy lawsuit may face appeal
He said the compensation amount that Microsoft demanded is much more than what Dazhong Insurance is willing to pay, as the company believes the prices Microsoft set were unreasonable since the company is suspected of having a monopoly.
HP tug-of-war continues
Infuriated faulty laptop users protested loudly outside Hewlett Packard's (HP) headquarters in Beijing Friday afternoon, demanding refunds for computers that overheated and suffered from black screen errors. It was the latest sign of mounting pressure on the global computer maker in the ongoing effort by consumers to receive compensation for prob-lematic HP computers.
Microsoft revenue up 6% on strong Windows 7 demand
Microsoft Corp. on Thursday reported that its revenue in the most recent quarter rose about 6 percent year-on-year as demand for the software giant's Windows 7 operating system remained strong. For the quarter ended on March 31, Microsoft posted a revenue of 14.5 billion U.S. dollars, compared with 13.64 billion dollars in the same period a year earlier.
iPad cost $260 to make
The research firm said the much-hyped tablet device has already “changed the game of how many electronic products are - and will be – designed.” With more than 40% of its Bill of Materials (BOM) dedicated to the display, touch screen and other user interface components, the iPad is a radical departure in electronic design, iSuppli said.
Microsoft to launch ‘Project Pink’ devices next week
The Redmond-based software giant has invited media to an event April 12, prompting strong speculation that it will be releasing a new line of devices with social networking capabilities aimed at young consumers. Microsoft designed the software, online services and hardware for the Pink mobile phones, reports the Wall Street Journal, whilst Japan’s Sharp manufactured the devices.
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