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Apple iPad Air 3 may spring up in March

The company will host an event during the week of March 14 to unveil its first products of 2016, reports 9to5Mac.

By January 28, 2016

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Apple's iPhone growth hits a wall

The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus just couldn't muster the same excitement as their predecessors. Apple says that in the March quarter, iPhone sales are in for their first slump ever.

By January 26, 2016

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Captus Networks gets $16.1 million

Captus Networks announced on Wednesday it received a $16.1 million second round from St. Paul Venture Capital and GMS Capital Partners, which co-lead the round. Other investors included Celerity Partners and individual investors. The Woodland, Calif.-based company designs and markets network security devices to guard against denial of service attacks and distributed denial of service attacks. With its latest round, the company has raised a total of $19.6 million. See complete list.

By May 2, 2001

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Sony NEX-6 shares Wi-Fi and apps with NEX-5R, adds viewinder

The Sony NEX-6 shares photos online and downloads apps, on top of shooting 16.1-megapixel pictures and 1080p video.

By September 12, 2012

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Nikon reveals svelte mirrorless ILCs

Nikon's long-awaited mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras debut as the Nikon 1 series.

By September 20, 2011

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HP is world's top chip buyer, study says

Hewlett-Packard will shell out $16.1 billion for chips in 2005, but Dell's wallet is wide open, too.

By October 25, 2004

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Sony touts a big-screen notebook

The company introduces a new Vaio GRX that sports a 16.1-inch display. The system's flat-panel display offers about the same viewing area as a 17-inch CRT monitor.

By March 18, 2002

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Peregrine seeks buyer for supply-chain unit

Seeking a return to pro forma profitability, software maker Peregrine Systems is seeking a buyer for its $120 million supply-chain enablement business unit, the company said last week. The unit, which provides software and services for electronic exchange of business data among companies and their business partners, includes assets the company gained in its acquisitions of Harbinger, an Electronic Data Interchange company, and e-commerce software company Extricity. By selling off the unit, Peregrine will be better able to regain its financial footing by focusing on its core business of selling applications that automate the maintenance of capital assets, according to the company. The company reported a pro forma net loss of $16.1 million in the third quarter ended Dec. 31, compared to a pro forma net income of $22.6 million in the same quarter a year earlier. Including acquisition costs and other charges, the company reported a net loss of $88.3 million on revenues of $175.2 million. The company also recently acquired Remedy and a unit of IBM's Tivoli division.

By March 12, 2002