Nokia hat beschlossen, sich aus Japan zurückzuziehen. Das Unternehmen wird dort keine Handys mehr verkaufen. Die Kosten für die Entwicklung spezieller, auf den japanischen Markt zugeschnittener Telefone seien zu hoch. Nur Nokias Luxuslinie Vertu wird in dem Inselstaat weiter erhältlich sein. …mehr
Premium-Inhalt. An Estonian ISP that temporarily hosted the command-and-control servers for the Srizbi botnet, responsible for a large portion of the world's spam, has cut off those servers, according to computer security analysts.
Premium-Inhalt. Bloggers pitched in offering information and other help to people worldwide as Indian police and commandos battled it out Thursday with armed terrorists in two top hotels and a residential complex in south Mumbai.
Premium-Inhalt. The link in the sixth paragraph of the story "Microsoft faces antitrust complaint from software trader," posted Thursday, pointed to an earlier, related Webwereld story about Microsoft's relations with Dutch software trader Samir Abdalla. The correct link to Webwereld's story about Abdalla's antitrust complaint is http://webwereld.nl/articles/53743/.
Premium-Inhalt. Dutch software trader Samir Abdalla has filed a broad antitrust complaint against Microsoft with the European Commission, charging that the firm's pricing policies violate European Union treaties. The trader complains that Microsoft charges European users at least 30 percent higher prices than in the United States.
Premium-Inhalt. The world's largest cell phone maker is pulling out of one of the world's biggest cellular markets. Nokia said on Thursday that it will stop developing handsets for NTT DoCoMo and Softbank Mobile, effectively ending a push that began five years ago when Nokia re-entered the Japanese market with the launch of 3G services here.
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Premium-Inhalt. Asustek Computer plans to unveil a new Eee PC netbook that costs just US$200 in the first quarter of next year, a company representative said Thursday.
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Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Thanksgiving holiday is bringing momentary relief to weary IT investors, but forecasts of flat sales or absolute declines for semiconductors, mobile devices and online commerce mean that it will be a while before the clouds lift from the tech sector.
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Premium-Inhalt. European telecommunications ministers gave their backing on Thursday to a plan to cap retail prices for sending SMS (Short Message Service) text messages and browsing the Internet using mobile phones while abroad.
Premium-Inhalt. Nokia is developing a device to link mobile phones to home automation systems. Using a mobile phone consumers will be able monitor and control security, heating, and ventilation systems via its gateway Home Control Center, Nokia announced on Thursday.
Premium-Inhalt. United Utilities has gone live with a £30 million workforce management system, based on SAP and IBM software.