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Netsuite Beats Expectations and Raises 2013 Sales Outlook

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Don’t look now, but Netsuite, the cloud-based software company that runs businesses large and small, just reported quarterly results, and when compared to traditional enterprise IT companies like IBM and EMC that have reported in the last few days, their fortunes couldn’t be more different, in a good way. A...
Netsuite Beats Expectations and Raises 2013 Sales Outlook

Why Bitcoin poses an interesting ethical conundrum for journalists

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Bitcoin is having a wild ride right now. Partly due to the euro crisis, and partly due to a lot of press coverage, some people seem to be taking a keen interest in the crypto-currency — in the last week, its value in relation to the U.S. dollar has shot...
Why Bitcoin poses an interesting ethical conundrum for journalists

AMD bridges road to ARM with new low-power x86 server chips

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Advanced Micro Devices had no plans to release low-power x86 server chips until the release of its ARM-based servers in 2014, but sagging server fortunes have changed the company's direction....
AMD bridges road to ARM with new low-power x86 server chips

Google Retains #1 Rank In Fortunes Best Companies To Work For

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Fortune Magazine released their annual best companies to work for list and Google is number one again on the list again, four years running. Google took the number one spot because, as the magazine writes: The Internet juggernaut takes the Best Companies crown for the fourth time, and not just...
Google Retains #1 Rank In Fortunes Best Companies To Work For

T-Mobile to Get Its Hands on Nokia's Windows Phone 8-based Lumia 810

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T-Mobile said on Monday that it will have exclusive dibs on the Lumia 810, a new midrange Windows Phone 8 smartphone. Nokia last month announced two other Windows Phone 8 devices, the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820. AT&T said last week that it will have the U.S. exclusive on the...
T-Mobile to Get Its Hands on Nokia's Windows Phone 8-based Lumia 810

News: More than 170 jobs axed at THQ - rumour

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More than 170 staff have been cut from THQ in its most recent round of layoffs, including vice president of technology Mark DeLoura. That's according to IGDA's Kevin Dent, who claims the company is about to detail the cuts in the same week it will reveal financial results for...
News: More than 170 jobs axed at THQ - rumour
Nintendo killing news, weather, and other built-in Wii apps on June 28th

Nokia banks on social integration to help boost mobile phone sales

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Nokia's latest advanced feature phone, the Asha 210, comes with a physical key to access WhatsApp messaging, as well as software clients for Twitter and Facebook.The launch of the new member of the Asha family follows Nokia's announcement last week that sales of its mobile phones in the first...
Nokia banks on social integration to help boost mobile phone sales

BlackBerry 10 smartphone launch gets a few cheers, a bunch of jeers and a lot of meh

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Research In Motion, the perennial also-ran of the smartphone world, took a bold step towards reversing its declining fortunes on Wednesday, with the launch of its new BlackBerry 10 line of phones — and a surprising re-branding of the company that will see it become BlackBerry instead of RIM. Amid...
BlackBerry 10 smartphone launch gets a few cheers, a bunch of jeers and a lot of meh
The Chicago Startup That Changed How Orbitz, Gap, And Obama Collect Your Data

Apple product launches - are they becoming more frequent?

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Are Apple product launches becoming more frequent? We look at every launch since Apple's fortunes were turned around with the launch of the iMac G3 in 1998Simon RogersChris Cross...
Apple product launches - are they becoming more frequent?
The DeanBeat: Why Nintendo should have bought Ouya and other might-have-beens

Russia denies Apple's iPad design patent appeal

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Apple's attempt to register a patent in Russia for the schematic design of its iPad has been rejected. Russia's Chamber for Patent Disputes, which handles appeals of decisions made by the Russian Patent Office, rejected Apple's attempt to secure a patent on the iPad's design, claiming that the features Apple...
Russia denies Apple's iPad design patent appeal

HP turns to design for reversal of PC fortunes

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Hewlett-Packard is barely holding on to the top spot in the laptop and desktop market, but hopes a renewed vigor regarding product design will help reverse the fortunes of its PC business.The company is standardizing the design and features in its laptops and tablets to help customers identify its...
HP turns to design for reversal of PC fortunes

Wall Street Beat: Earnings help boost tech as Dow closes above 14,000

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Despite some caution about the fortunes of BlackBerry, Facebook and Apple, solid financial results from tech vendors coupled with positive reports about the economy are boosting confidence in IT, with share prices of computer, consumer electronics and Internet companies rising this week....
Wall Street Beat: Earnings help boost tech as Dow closes above 14,000

Nokia teases Lumia 928 but still mum on launch date

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Nokia has confirmed the upcoming launch of the long-rumored Lumia 928, with a website that hints at advanced camera features.The Lumia 928 will be an upgraded version of the existing flagship Lumia 920, and is expected to become available via U.S. operator Verizon Wireless. The website shows someone taking...
Nokia teases Lumia 928 but still mum on launch date

Nokia results: treading water for now, but Lumia sales are up

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It’s still hard to tell how much Nokia’s fortunes have turned around. Following a surprise return to profitability around the end of last year, the Finnish handset maker’s latest interim quarterly report show a continuation of underlying profitability – but its shareholders are still losing money. The company’s devices and...
Nokia results: treading water for now, but Lumia sales are up

Microsoft-Dell partnership: A match made in heaven

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In the wake of speculation that Dell is marshaling its resources to buy back stock and become a private company once again, there are new rumors that Microsoft might be involved. There are reports that Microsoft is considering investing up to $3 billion for a stake in the private...
Microsoft-Dell partnership: A match made in heaven

Full review: HTC One

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The HTC One is a crucial product for the Taiwanese smartphone maker. The company once was the market leading Android smartphone vendor and saw tremendous success and growth as a company. It worked with Google on the first Nexus smartphone and was often one of the first to market with...
Full review: HTC One

LEAKED: Here's How RIM Is Going To Market Its Last-Chance BlackBerry (RIMM)

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RIM's BlackBerry 10 is the long-touted software platform that hopes to turn around the company's fortunes. Now we have a first look at how it's going to push new phones running the system, like the BlackBerry Z10, thanks to these leaked retail pictures shared by RapidBerry.net. The in-store marketing materials--they...
LEAKED: Here's How RIM Is Going To Market Its Last-Chance BlackBerry (RIMM)

TSMC's 28-nanometer process pays off as it rakes in $1.68 billion profit in Q3

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Everything is relative, so when a chip foundry like TSMC (which produces gear for the likes of NVIDIA) has a bad quarter, that means it only made a $1 billion in profit. Today's numbers reveal that the company has managed to rescue its halting fortunes after turning over $4.8...
TSMC's 28-nanometer process pays off as it rakes in $1.68 billion profit in Q3

Rumor: RIM to lay off at least 2,000 more

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BlackBerry manufacturer Research In Motion is likely to lay off 2,000 or more workers in the coming months, sources tell AllThingsD. The handset maker has seen its fortunes decline in light of the popularity of the iPhone and Android-powered handsets, and the rumored restructuring would be a bid toward streamlining...
Rumor: RIM to lay off at least 2,000 more
11 Extravagant Ways Rich Tech Executives Have Spent Their Fortunes
Zuckerberg to employees: Stock price drop has been "painful" to watch

Korea Times: LG is working with Google on another Nexus phone

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Getting the Nexus 4 into customers' hands aside, the Google-LG team-up was a huge boost to the Korean manufacturer's smartphone fortunes. According to the Korea Times, LG's now looking to repeat the magic and is already working with Google on a Nexus sequel. Presumably another phone beyond that Optimus...
Korea Times: LG is working with Google on another Nexus phone

BlackBerry software rejected by government

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Computer Experts Security Group rejects BB10 software in new Z10 handset, dealing blow to Canadian firm in key marketBlackBerry's new BB10 software has been rejected by the British government as not secure enough for essential work, the Guardian can reveal.The news is a blow to hopes that the new operating...
BlackBerry software rejected by government

Getting Canned Made Andrew Mason $34 Million Richer In A Matter Of Days

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Groupon stock is up 5 percent today, continuing a recover that's restored pretty much of the losses it incurred since it announced earnings and fired CEO Andrew Mason last week. It turns out that's pretty good for Mason, too. While Mason only got $378 in severance--six months of his token...
Getting Canned Made Andrew Mason $34 Million Richer In A Matter Of Days

After Three Years, Visual Voicemail Service YouMail Calls It Quits On BlackBerry

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Freemium visual voicemail service YouMail never forgot their roots — then they first launched in late 2007 with the mission of making visual voicemail available to the masses, they soon focused their attention on what was then the market-leading smartphone platform: BlackBerry. I don’t need to tell you that RIM’s...
After Three Years, Visual Voicemail Service YouMail Calls It Quits On BlackBerry

Apple broadens Australian patent lawsuit with 278 claims against Samsung

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Its legal fortunes may be souring in Germany today, but that hasn't stopped Apple from launching an all-out assault in Australia, where the company has just ramped up its ongoing patent battle against Samsung. As the Australian reports, Cupertino has expanded its complaint to 278 claims, covering 72 patents...
Apple broadens Australian patent lawsuit with 278 claims against Samsung
Schneier: government, big data pose bigger 'Net threat than criminals
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