FRANKFURT - Q-Cells, the world's largest solar cell maker, cut its full-year outlook on Tuesday and said demand for its products could remain subdued until mid-2009, driving down its own shares and those of rivals across Europe.
NEW YORK - You’ve played the iPhone app. Now get the soundtrack. EMI Music has become the first major label to line up multiple artists for an edition of Tapulous’ popular iPhone game application Tap Tap Revenge.
NEW YORK - Nintendo Co Ltd's Wii has emerged as one of the few hot products this holiday season, and Wal-Mart Stores Inc will offer "tens of thousands" of the hard-to-get video game consoles on its website starting on Monday.
POZNAN, Poland - A Swiss teacher completed the first round-the-world trip in a solar-powered car on Thursday and said he hoped the 52,000-km (32,000-mile) odyssey would inspire carmakers to make greener models.
HELSINKI, Finland - World-leading mobile phone maker Nokia Corp. on Thursday downgraded its fourth-quarter market outlook for the second time, saying the slowdown in the industry was bigger than expected.
JOHANNESBURG - The global financial crisis could trigger a round of deal-making in Africa’s telecoms industry as the biggest mobile operators pounce on smaller players struggling to raise funds to expand their networks.
TAIPEI - Hewlett-Packard HPQ.N, the world’s top personal computer seller, said on Thursday it is exploring new ways to help businesses afford PCs as many cut back on spending in the current economic downturn.
PARIS - Alcatel-Lucent is not planning to exit the mobile telecoms business, the French American telecoms gear provider said on Thursday in response to investor suggestions it should hive off the struggling unit.