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Tech jobs fair better than private sector in Q4

Tech jobs in the U.S. dipped a mere 0.6 percent sequentially in the fourth quarter, while the nation's other private sector jobs fell 1.3 percent, according to a TechAmerica report.

By March 30, 2009


Internet advertising revenues rise in Q4

Despite steep economic woes in the fourth quarter, Internet advertising revenues rose a modest 2.6 percent increase, according to a report by the Interactive Advertising Bureau.

By March 30, 2009


IT venture investing posts worst Q4 in a decade

IT venture investments in the fourth quarter fell a staggering 40 percent to $2.18 billion over year-ago figures, marking the worst performance in a decade, according to a VentureSource survey.

By January 17, 2009


PC shipment growth drops to virtually zero in Q4

For the first time since early 2001, growth comes to a halt in the PC industry.

By January 14, 2009


AMD's Q4 earnings improve, but not enough

Chipmaker appears to be headed in the right direction with improvements in both revenue and gross margin during the fourth quarter, but that still wasn't enough to generate a profit, even excluding the effects of a hefty one-time charge.

By January 17, 2008


Q&A: Verizon's CTO digs into 4G

Dick Lynch discusses Verizon's plan to build its next-generation wireless networks and how much longer 3G can hold out.

By February 20, 2009


Netbooks boost graphics chip shipments

Intel continues to dominate graphics chip shipments thanks to Netbook sales, according to a market researcher.

By October 26, 2009


Sony Ericsson hit by loss but beats expectations

Mobile phone maker shows a higher third-quarter net loss of $243.7 million compared with $37.1 million a year ago, but still beats estimates.

By October 16, 2009


Confirmed: Sprint's Q4 lineup

Images and specs leak onto the Web of Sprint's upcoming smart phone portfolio for Q4, including the Palm Centro and RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8130.

By September 11, 2007


Intel CEO looks beyond the PC

Paul Otellini shows off 22-nanometer silicon to the IDF crowd and talks of moving Intel's Atom technology beyond Netbooks to places like car dashboards.

By September 22, 2009