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The world's largest mobile phone maker isn't recession-proof, as sales -- and demand -- takes a nose-dive. Earnings for the world's largest cell phone maker plummeted to €122 million -- down from €1.2 billion a year earlier -- on a decrease in revenue that saw Nokia's (NYSE: NOK) sales drop from €12.6 billion to €9.2 billion compared to a year ago. On a per-share basis, Nokia reported a €0.03 profit, down sharply…
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Revenues inch upward as Otellini declares the sales plunge has finally bottomed out. Tech industry insiders had been looking to Intel, the world's largest chipmaker, for a sign that the worst of the downturn may be past. They aren't likely to be disappointed. Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) today reported first quarter net income of $647 million and earnings per share (EPS) of 11 cents on revenue of $7.1 billion. That revenue was slightly…
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Prominent open source executives make the case for lower-cost alternatives during the economic crisis. SAN FRANCISCO -- Most tech suppliers aren't too happy about the state of the economy. Tighter budgets brought on by the crisis generally means less IT spending. Proponents of open software don't dispute the challenge, but they argue the current tough times mean there's more opportunity to pitch the advantages of open solutions. "The economic forecasts are very…
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Analysis: Microsoft and its PC partners hope Windows 7 can drive PC sales, even in a down economy. No two recessions are the same, and the shakedown hitting the U.S., indeed the global economy, is very different from the one experienced in 2000-2002. That was a powerful combination of the Silicon Valley getting hit directly from the dot-bomb implosion and the overall U.S. economy shattered by the events on September…
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