The two Sunnyvale, Calif.-based companies may have illegally sold Internet-monitoring devices to Syria in violation of a U.S. embargo, three senators suggest in a letter to the Obama administration.
Figures from StatCounter show Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows 7, is now on the majority of all PCs, overtaking Windows XP after three years.
Now the heart of EMC's midtier storage lineup, the VNXe family takes the company into a niche it couldn't hit with its Iomega unit, which sells systems in the $5,000 and under segment.
Philips has introduced a line of feature-packed Blu-ray players and home theater systems.
Both companies gain market share worldwide as the global storage sector bounces back.
Other new players providing built-in Internet browsers for their home A/V products are Samsung and LG, while Philips has been one of the pioneers leading the trend since last year.
Longtime CEO Dan Warmenhoven is stepping aside while COO Tom Georgens takes command. Does this move make NetApp less likely to be acquired?
Despite a new $33.50 per share takeover offer from EMC, NetApp still believes its proposal to be the winning one as an August shareholder vote looms.
Two law firms claim Data Domain board may not have followed proper procedure by accepting NetApp offer and rejecting competing EMC bid.
The company increases its bid for Data Domain to $30 a share, countering a similar per-share offer made Monday by EMC--which says its bid remains superior.