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10 million Android devices reportedly infected with Chinese malware

A security software maker says that Chinese cybercriminals have gained access to millions of smartphones around the world.

By July 5, 2016


Nokia begins work on graphene, world's strongest material

The mobile-phone maker receives a $1.35 billion grant to work on development of the 2D wonder-material that is stronger, lighter, and thinner than anything else on Earth.

By January 31, 2013


European antitrust chief is no shrinking violet

Neelie Kroes issues a stern warning to any company that plans to pull a fast one on the EU and justifies the $1.35 billion fine levied against Microsoft.

By February 27, 2008


Intuit to acquire online banking specialist

Deal worth $1.35 billion is designed to help Intuit attract a larger number of financial institutions as customers.

By November 30, 2006


Utilities Updates: BatChmod 1.35; GraphicConverter X 5.8; PGP Desktop Home 9.0.5; Path Finder 4.0.2; more

Utilities Updates: BatChmod 1.35; GraphicConverter X 5.8; PGP Desktop Home 9.0.5; Path Finder 4.0.2; more

By February 9, 2006


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Utilities Updates: httpmail plugin 1.35; Quicksilver 1.0 b14; TimeLeft 1.0; more

By February 23, 2004


Steering past cyber speed bumps

Despite analyst skepticism, VeriSign CEO Stratton Sclavos predicts his company will notch 2002 revenue of $1.35 billion to $1.45 billion. That's growth of up to 47 percent. Can he stay on course?

October 29, 2001


Short Take: ISPs deploying DSL quickly, study says

More than 30 percent of Internet service providers (ISPs) offer digital subscriber lines (DSL), deploying the high-speed Net access service faster than expected, according to a new study by Cahners In-Stat Group. The nearly 4,900 ISPs in the United States will have installed 1.35 million DSL lines by the end of the year, the study said. Cahners analysts likened the push for DSL as a "stampede," as ISPs race to compete with cable companies to be first in offering broadband services.

December 2, 1999


Short Take: PSINet third-quarter revenue increases

PSINet, the Internet service provider that has recently been on an acquisition tear, reported a loss in the third quarter that beat analysts' expectations. The firm reported a loss of $87.7 million, or $1.35 per share, compared to a loss of $48.1 million or 93 cents per share a year ago. Revenue rose 108 percent to $140.6 million from $67.6 million a year ago. During the quarter, PSINet acquired a number of international ISPs, opened global hosting centers, and signed deals with DSL networking providers for high-speed Net services.

October 26, 1999


Short Take: Verio posts narrower loss

Verio, an Internet service provider and Web hosting firm, posted a narrower first quarter loss that bested Wall Street consensus estimates. Verio reported a net loss of $45.1 million, or $1.24 a share, compared with a net loss of $28.4 million, or $22.44 per share, for the like quarter a year ago. Financial analysts anticipated a loss of $1.35 a share, according to First Call. Quarterly revenue rose to $21.5 million from $9.9 million last year.

April 28, 1999