Internet major Yahoo! has reported a net loss of $303 mn in the fourth quarter ended Dec 31.
Monster,the popular global website for job hunters,has said that hackers have broken into its databases and stolen personal data.
Indian IT professionals working for Microsoft in the US could be among those who lose jobs after it announced plans to sack 5,000 employees.
Apple has won a US patent for touch-screen controls and gained a potential legal weapon against iPhone competitors.
Prospects of job creation in IT sector has dipped by 46 pct in last quarter with Satyam episode further denting sentiments.
Scientists have now found the key to protect your ear from deafening noise of music players and those high sound levels in rock shows and dance clubs.
Satyam's disgraced founder Ramalinga Raju has beaten US President-elect Barack Obama on internet popularity charts.
The world financial crisis has produced more than its share of losers. MySpace and other online social networks want to capitalize on them.
The Satyam scandal had a worse effect on aspirants,as they are not shunning jobs from the IT sector.
Intel Capital,part of the world's largest chip maker,on Wednesday said that its investments into India will not be affected by the 7,000 cr Satyam fraud and such incidents happen in every country across the globe.
Yahoo Inc named Silicon Valley veteran Carol Bartz as its new chief executive,bringing in a no-nonsense leader.
Microsoft's mighty servers were overwhelmed as computer users worldwide rushed to download a free test version of a Windows 7 OS.
Microsoft plans to let consumers test the next generation of its computer operating system,Windows 7,starting Friday.
Under the agreement,MySpace would provide its social networking services on Virgin Mobile's WAP-enabled phones.
Lenovo Group,seeking to set itself apart in a crowded field of laptop competitors,is releasing what the company says is the first dual-screen notebook computer.