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Android Trojan records your phone conversations

The malware is launched after a user tries to place a call. The conversation is stored in the .amr file format, research at CA say.

By August 2, 2011


AMR Research: ERP vendors looking more and more like Detroit

The industry's big ERP vendors don't want to have to deal with SaaS or open source because they don't know how to make money with them. But their loss is someone else's gain.

By December 22, 2008


QuickTime 7.2 Special Report: Decreased AMR export quality

QuickTime 7.2 Special Report: Decreased AMR export quality

By July 19, 2007


QuickTime 7.2 (#5): Decreased AMR quality; Eudora issues

Export quality has apparently been reduced for some file formats.

By July 17, 2007


BRIC power-shift calls for 'New IT Story'

AMR Research sees former Sen. Bill Bradley's call for a shift in the way U.S. is run just as relevant to corporate survival in the new global economy.

By November 13, 2007


Report: Hosted CRM is king

Oracle leads in sales of human capital management applications, thanks to PeopleSoft buy, says AMR Research.

By August 15, 2006


Analyst: Outsourcing to grow in fresh field

Next wave will be in the higher-level area of product engineering, says an AMR analyst, noting that some work is already going to Asia.

By May 24, 2005


Report: India to host 15 percent of U.S. tech jobs

AMR Research says savings from offshore outsourcing will create $30 billion annually in new investments for U.S. companies.

By December 16, 2004


AT&T names new CFO

AT&T announced Thursday that it named Thomas Horton as the company's new chief financial officer. Horton replaces Charles Noski, who was named vice chairman of AT&T last February. Noski said last May that he would leave the company once the sale of its AT&T Broadband cable unit to Comcast is complete. AT&T expects to close the deal by the end of the year. Horton most recently served as chief financial officer of AMR, the parent company of American Airlines. He joined AMR in 1985 as a financial analyst and has held numerous positions in the finance department as well as being responsible for the general management of the airline's European operations from 1998 to 2000.

June 13, 2002


i2 to offer new inventory software

Software maker i2 Technologies will release by July an application that alerts companies to unforeseen inventory and delivery problems, the company said Tuesday. The new software, called i2 Inventory Visibility and Exception Management, gathers and analyzes data from a variety of software systems about incoming orders and inventory levels in factories, warehouses, distribution centers, and in-transit to customers and from suppliers. If something out of the ordinary occurs, such as a truck breaking down in-route to a customer, the software alerts managers to the problem and prompts some kind of action, such as an overnight shipment to avoid a delay. The i2 software can be programmed to e-mail, page or send wireless text messages to inventory managers and their suppliers in urgent situations. AMR Research estimates the market for real-time inventory tracking could grow to as large as $1 billion, as companies seek to improve customer service and avoid inventory blunders that can lead to multimillion dollar write-offs.

By March 12, 2002