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Date: 2012-12-18
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ARM security improvement to speed mobile e-commerce
US-ARM-MOBILE-SECURITY:ARM security improvement to speed mobile e-commerce
LONDON (Reuters) - British chip designer ARM Holdings and its partners Gemalto and Giesecke & Devrient have launched a new security standard for smartphones that can speed up e-commerce transactions.

Trustonic, a joint venture between the companies formed in April, said the security standa...


Judge rejects Apple injunction bid vs. Samsung
US-APPLE-SAMSUNG:Judge rejects Apple injunction bid vs. Samsung
By Dan Levine

(Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Monday denied Apple Inc's request for a permanent injunction against Samsung Electronics' smartphones, depriving the iPhone maker of key leverage in the mobile patent wars.

Apple had been awarded $1.05 billion in damag...


Can you really invest like Warren Buffett?
US-COLUMN-WASIK-BUFFETT:Can you really invest like Warren Buffett?
By John Wasik

CHICAGO (Reuters) - For as long as I can remember, the investment maxim that most evokes a mix of adulation and performance anxiety is "Invest like Warren Buffett."

How can mere mortals emulate an investing deity? In truth, most of us will never come clo...


Google, Facebook drive mobile ad market growth: report
US-MOBILE-ADVERTISING:Google, Facebook drive mobile ad market growth: report
By Alexei Oreskovic

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc's mobile ad revenue in the United States will be roughly $4 billion next year, while Facebook Inc's nascent mobile advertising business will more than double, according to a new study by research firm eMarketer.

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EU could make firms disclose network security breaches
US-EU-CYBERSECURITY:EU could make firms disclose network security breaches
By Ethan Bilby

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union may force companies operating critical infrastructure in areas such as banking, energy and stock exchanges to report major online attacks and reveal security breaches, a draft EU report seen by Reuters on Monday said.

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