Oracle selects Pearson VUE as its Test Delivery ProviderPearson VUE, the leader in secure high-stakes testing, announced on Thursday that Oracle has chosen Pearson VUE as its testing provider. Windows 7: Microsoft goes the Amway way
The company is asking people to hold parties in their homes to showcase Windows 7, its latest operating system due to be launched on Oct 22. Journey of Steve JobsJourney of Steve Jobs through the years
Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, looked thin but energetic in the public spotlight for the first time since a liver transplant. In pics: Apple Inc CEO returns to public'I'm vertical. I'm back,' says Apple's JobsApple co-founder Steve Jobs returned to the spotlight on Wednesday, unveiling an iPod equipped with a video camera in his first public appearance in nearly a year.UIDIA aims to enrol 600 m in 4 yearsThe Unique Identity Authority of India (UIDIA) is targeting an enrolment of 600 million people in the next four years, chairman Nandan Nilekani said. Raju’s ill health may delay Satyam trialA speedy trial of the multi-crore scam at Satyam Computers will be delayed, with the prime accused B Ramalinga Raju, the defamed founder of the IT firm, taking ill.
Apple's Jobs takes centerstage at media eventThe 54-year-old executive, looking energetic and dressed in his trademark black turtleneck and jeans, took the stage and thanked everyone in the Apple community for their "heartfelt support" during his absence.Satyam restores variable pay of 28,000 employeesWipro eyes new business model firms for buyouts
Wipro is scouting for acquisition of tech cos with new business model of the future and is evaluating a few candidates for large buyouts. Cities that are IT hubs
Ramalinga Raju is 'raja' in hospitalWhile the other patients' beds are divided by curtains, Raju has a separate room to himself which staffers refer to as the 'VIP section'. The room has an attached bathroom with round the clock attention from doctorsAPAC cos to hike software budget by 4.4 pc in 2010: GartnerSoftware budgets are expected to increase by 4.4 per cent on an average in 2010, a Gartner study showed.