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Panasonic makes the world's biggest 3-D television, a 152-inch, high-definition plasma screen that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and is big enough to project life-size people. Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg News Panasonic 3-D televisions at an
THE cloud computing wave washing through the IT industry promises to bring benefits to organisations of all sizes, but there are catches. Freed from the constraints of having applications and data tied to hardware, IT managers can create flexible
Fujitsu Ltd will boost investment in cloud computing to 100 billion yen in fiscal 2010, from 65 billion yen in the previous year, as the business is expected to be at the center of future growth. We will invest 100 billion yen, which accounts for 25
Lining up the 20 largest suppliers against a wall and telling them to cut their rates without any sense of negotiation tears up the notion that OGC might operate using any concept of industry best practice. a bit like the private sector then..
Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc , the market leader in document imaging scanners and services, and SpeedTax , a provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), fully-automated sales tax management solutions, today announced a strategic alliance
Coverity, Inc., the software integrity leader, today announced that Fujitsu Network Communications , a leading supplier of communications solutions to the North American marketplace, has selected Coverity® Static Analysis to drive software integrity
Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. (FMA) announced today that the company will change its name to Fujitsu Semiconductor America, Inc. (FSA) effective July 1, 2010 . This is in keeping with the name change of its parent company, Fujitsu
Fujitsu Ltd.'s top executives admitted to having given false information about the departure of a former president Monday, and apologized to investors at a heated shareholders meeting. The meeting was shareholders' first chance to voice opinions
00 21/06/2010 Hewlett-Packard and IBM the world's top two computer companies have failed to secure a place on a panel of suppliers that will advise government agencies on cloud computing. Internal Affairs' Government Technology Services branch will
Fujitsu Ltd. (6702.TO) and Toshiba Corp. (6502.TO) have agreed to merge their mobile phone operations and the two Japanese electronics makers will set up a cell phone joint venture around October, a person familiar with the matter said Thursday.