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Microsoft readies 'Mohoro' Windows desktop as a service

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Microsoft is believed to be building a Windows Azure-hosted desktop virtualization service that could be available on a pay-per-use basis....
Microsoft readies 'Mohoro' Windows desktop as a service

DoD set to approve iOS 6 devices, Samsung Galaxy phones

www.electronista.com
The US Department of Defense should grant two separate security approvals to iOS 6 devices and Samsung Galaxy phones in the coming weeks, according to sources for the Wall Street Journal. iOS 6 is expected to be vetted as safe for non-classified data uses, namely email and web browsing. Galaxy...
DoD set to approve iOS 6 devices, Samsung Galaxy phones
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Concur bookings growing fast, put damper on short-term results

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As we noted last month, Concur is growing so fast that it can’t quite keep up with demand. The Redmond maker of travel and entertainment expense management software warned Wall Street a few weeks ago that its second quarter revenues would not meet expectations, and now here’s a look at...
Concur bookings growing fast, put damper on short-term results

Facebook's Chief Accounting Officer David Spillane stepping down, Jas Athwal taking the role

thenextweb.com
Facebook has announced that its Chief Accounting Officer David Spillane is stepping down from the role and will be replaced by Jas Athwal, the company’s Corporate Controller, Revenue . The change, which was reported by Bloomberg and CNBC, is set to take place effective May 10. Spillane had been with the company for over four years,...
Facebook's Chief Accounting Officer David Spillane stepping down, Jas Athwal taking the role

Facebook's Accounting Head, David Spillane, Resigning

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Facebook reported middling first quarter earnings Wednesday and along with them an exective departure. David Spillane, the company’s chief accounting officer, will leave the company on May 10th. The company offered no explanation for Spillane’s resignation, saying only that he’s to be replaced by Jas Athwal, who has served as...
Facebook's Accounting Head, David Spillane, Resigning

PSA: BlackBerry Q10 on sale in Canada, but only in Toronto

www.engadget.com
Today marks one of the symbolically more important launches in the BlackBerry universe: the Q10, the first keyboard-equipped BB10 phone, is at last available on the company's Canadian home turf. As promised, customers with Bell, Rogers and Telus (as well as their Virgin Mobile, Fido and Koodo sub-brands) can...
PSA: BlackBerry Q10 on sale in Canada, but only in Toronto

Glu Mobile's Q1 2013 smartphone revenues fall 7.6% Q-over-Q to $17.1M, down 1.7% Y-over-Y

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Glu Mobile today reported total non-GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) smartphone revenues of $17.1 million for Q1 2013, falling by 7.6 percent from Q4 2012′s $18.5 million, and by 1.7 percent from Q1 2012′s $17.4 million. Glu also cut an undisclosed amount staff yesterday in an effort to reduce the...
Glu Mobile's Q1 2013 smartphone revenues fall 7.6% Q-over-Q to $17.1M, down 1.7% Y-over-Y

iPhone on MetroPCS Not Imminent After T-Mobile Merger

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T-Mobile's acquisition of MetroPCS was finalized today, but the merger will not bring the iPhone to MetroPCS customers in the near future. T-Mobile CEO John Legere, who spoke to AllThingsD, said it is possible that MetroPCS might be able to offer the iPhone at some point, but no plans are...
iPhone on MetroPCS Not Imminent After T-Mobile Merger
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