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You can blame Apple and China for slowing PC shipments   A year ago, PC shipments were on the rebound. The recovery is over for consumers, according to Gartner, which today lowered its global PC forecast for this year and next. PC shipments aren't going to be bad, just not as good. You can blame Apple and China. Gartner lowered 2011 PC shipment growth by about a third -- 10.5 percent down from 15.9 percent.
Why is Microsoft buying Skype? Steve Ballmer and Tony Bates explain, in a video-teleconference that took place late this morning. While this sounds cliché, the deal is about synergy around personal communications -- for work and home -- and the direct sales and potential advertising possibilities, particularly video.
Tech giants to contribute RM8.68 billion to Malaysia Gross National Income             Technology giants IBM and Toshiba, two Fortune 500 companies, are among those set to carry out their projects in Malaysia, with an investment of RM1 billion and RM268 million respectively.
RM5m Grant for SSSL/LEDs industry.           SME Corporation Malaysia (SME Corp) which has been tasked to develop top solid-state lighting (SSL)/light-emitting diodes (LEDs) companies, is offering RM5 million
Microsoft certifications get more expensive   On the first of July, it is going to take a little bit more cash to become Microsoft Certified Professional in specific areas. According to an announcement from Microsoft, the retail price of mid-range Microsoft Certification exams will increase worldwide.

BlackBerry manufacturer RIM had 'single point of failure'

 

          BlackBerry maker RIM had a single point of failure for most of the countries affected by this week's catastrophic outage, prompting serious business continuity questions.

Citrix Systems: Industry giant on desktop virtualization & remote access technologies.

 

          Citrix Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CTXS) is a multinational corporation founded in 1989, that provides server and desktop virtualization, networking, software-as-a-service (SaaS), and cloud computing technologies, including Xen open source products.

Dell Loses Orders as Facebook DIY Servers Gain

          When Facebook Inc. set out to build two new data centers, engineers couldn't find the server computers they wanted from Dell Inc. (DELL) or Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ)

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