iPhone 4 prices fall ahead of iPhone 5 release? 
Latest price cuts suggest networks want to clear iPhone 4 inventory.
Asustek laptop shipments fall short 
Taiwan PC OEM Asustek said that notebook shipments fell short of its target in the first half of 2008 but that it will cut costs and expects renewed growth going forward.
Harvey Norman's sales defy fall in consumer spending 
Despite a fall in consumer spending, retailer Harvey Norman has reported a healthy increase in sales figures for the financial year.
Cisco sees profit fall 5.4 per cent 
The networking giant remains optimistic as steady revenue is accompanied by a fall in profit.
Philips and Imation fall out again 
Electronic and digital storage manufacturer Imation announced that it has filed a court action.
Nokia expects handset prices to continue to fall 
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Nokia, the world's biggest maker of mobile phones, expects industry average selling prices (ASPs) for handsets to continue to fall, chief financial officer ...
Golf sites fall into malware sand trap 
The amount of malware on golf-related websites increased dramatically in the run up to the Ryder Cup competition, according to a web security firm.
DSL prices fall to all-time low 
Global pricing for DSL broadband services fell by 9.3 per cent in the second quarter of 2006, claims ananlysts.
Intel cuts revenue forecast, shares fall 
NEW YORK - Intel has cut its revenue forecast amid weaker-than-expected demand and a loss of market share to rival chip maker Advanced Micro Devices (AMD).
Oracle Q1 up, shares fall on downbeat forecast 
Software company Oracle Corp. reported quarterly profit jumped 38 percent on its purchase of PeopleSoft but forecast revenues at the low end of expectations, sending shares ...
Unprotected PCs fall to hacker bots in four minutes 
The lifespan of a poorly protected PC connected to the internet is a mere four minutes, research released this week claims. After that, it's owned by a hacker.
PC shipments fall; cameras, plasma TVs, music players rise 
Dazzled by all the new digital gadgets, holiday shoppers are expected to buy up cameras, plasma TVs, music players and other consumer devices, rather than replace the old PC ...
WiMAX prospects fall between optimism, pessimism 
While some industry observers and vendors think WiMAX wireless broadband will be wildly successful and others believe it will fizzle, the truth undoubtedly lies somewhere ...
Notebooks sales to large firms expected to fall: IDC 
Companies with 250 or more staff expect to spend less on notebooks in the next 12 months, a recent market report by IDC has found.
ADSL prices fall more for SMBs than consumers 
Median SMB broadband pricing fell 17.22 percent and residential broadband pricing 0.79 percent after Telstra fired a February salvo starting a $29.95 price war, a recent study ...
New IBM ThinkPads take a fall 
IBM on Monday, October 6, unveiled two models in its ThinkPad line of laptops with a new data protection scheme that detects sudden movements -- such as a dropped notebook -- ...
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Issue: 345 | December 2015

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