Andrew Charlesworth

Recent articles by Andrew Charlesworth

Sony reports plunging Q2 profits

Sony reports plunging Q2 profits

Revenues slide with US economy.
Andrew Charlesworth Jul 31 2008, 8:20AM Finance
IP traffic to 'double' every two years

IP traffic to 'double' every two years

Volumes will be measured in exabytes by 2012, says Cisco.
Andrew Charlesworth Jun 19 2008, 8:34AM Collaboration
People as important as IT in SOA deployments

People as important as IT in SOA deployments

Businesses are rapidly taking advantage of techniques that let them generate revenue by reusing existing technology.
Andrew Charlesworth Jun 18 2008, 8:28AM Hardware
Microsoft-Yahoo soap opera enters a new phase

Microsoft-Yahoo soap opera enters a new phase

This week's twist in the Microsoft-Yahoo soap opera has seen special guest Google entering the scene again after an absence of a few months.

Andrew Charlesworth Jun 14 2008, 11:14AM Strategy
Cognos snaps up Applix for US$339 million

Cognos snaps up Applix for US$339 million

Business intelligence tools vendor Cognos is to buy analytics company Applix for $339 million.
Andrew Charlesworth Sep 10 2007, 2:35PM Software
Rivals stick the boot into Skype

Rivals stick the boot into Skype

Free VoIP not ready for business use, say telcos.
Andrew Charlesworth Aug 23 2007, 7:00AM Collaboration
Motorola ups its Linux commitment

Motorola ups its Linux commitment

Motorola has said it will install Linux on 60 per cent of its handsets over the next few years.
Andrew Charlesworth Aug 13 2007, 6:53AM Mobility
Terabyte hard drive for laptops

Terabyte hard drive for laptops

Fujitsu has developed a hard disk manufacturing technology that will cram 1.2 Terabytes (TB) of data – or 1,200GB – on to a standard laptop drive.
Andrew Charlesworth Aug 13 2007, 6:51AM Hardware
Motorola loses while Sony Ericsson gains

Motorola loses while Sony Ericsson gains

Europeans and Asians no longer dial M for mobile.
Andrew Charlesworth Jul 16 2007, 7:31AM Mobility
Enterprises unplug leased line data services

Enterprises unplug leased line data services

Next-gen networks mistrusted, says report.
Andrew Charlesworth Jul 13 2007, 7:52AM Mobility
IBM touts greener and safer tape storage

IBM touts greener and safer tape storage

Big Blue tape systems harness grid model.
Andrew Charlesworth Jul 13 2007, 7:41AM Data centre
Canon emerges as green champion

Canon emerges as green champion

Amazon, eBay and Apple among worst performers in new survey.
Andrew Charlesworth Jun 25 2007, 3:06PM Hardware
Online banks losing customers' trust

Online banks losing customers' trust

Branches still matter, says report.
Andrew Charlesworth Jun 25 2007, 2:59PM Finance
Nokia re-jigs to exploit mobile internet

Nokia re-jigs to exploit mobile internet

Phones and software must be quicker to market.
Andrew Charlesworth Jun 25 2007, 7:18AM Mobility
Samsung puts 4GB in a phone

Samsung puts 4GB in a phone

Who needs external memory cards?.
Andrew Charlesworth Jun 4 2007, 7:00AM Mobility
Nokia goes green with charger alerts

Nokia goes green with charger alerts

New handsets display 'Please unplug the charger' message.
Andrew Charlesworth May 14 2007, 3:56PM Mobility
Siemens stained by corruption charges

Siemens stained by corruption charges

Engineering monolith Siemens has launched a taskforce headed by the company's chief compliance officer to cooperate with the German authorities investigating sweeping corruption charges.
Andrew Charlesworth Nov 27 2006, 10:24AM Mobility
Spammers on a pre-Christmas blitz

Spammers on a pre-Christmas blitz

A sudden increase in spam has been identified in the latest security report issued today, as cyber-criminals gear up for a pre-Christmas blitz.

Andrew Charlesworth Nov 3 2006, 9:34AM Security
Lonely hearts get mobile dating service

Lonely hearts get mobile dating service

QSoft Consulting plans to launch a mobile dating service via its Gaydar online dating and lifestyle portals.
Andrew Charlesworth Sep 25 2006, 9:56AM Mobility
Virtualisation raises serious business questions

Virtualisation raises serious business questions

Virtualisation is not just about consolidating servers, but has far reaching implications across corporate cultures.

Andrew Charlesworth Sep 19 2006, 9:38AM Collaboration

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