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Date: 2013-01-14
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Millions of Hindus take to the Ganges at largest festival
US-INDIA-FESTIVAL:Millions of Hindus take to the Ganges at largest festival
By Frank Jack Daniel

ALLAHABAD, India (Reuters) - Upwards of a million elated Hindu holy men and pilgrims took a bracing plunge in India's sacred Ganges river to wash away lifetimes of sins on Monday, in a raucous start to an ever-growing religious gathering that is already the world&#...


Infosys gets broker upgrades; not all convinced on turnaround
US-INFOSYS:Infosys gets broker upgrades; not all convinced on turnaround
By Harichandan Arakali

BANGALORE (Reuters) - A handful of brokers upgraded their views on Indian IT outsourcer Infosys Ltd <INFY.NS> after better-than-expected earnings on Friday spurred a nearly 17 percent rally in its shares, although some company watchers remain unconvinced it has...


Oracle updates Java, security experts say bugs remain
US-JAVA-ORACLE-SECURITY:Oracle updates Java, security experts say bugs remain
By Jim Finkle

BOSTON (Reuters) - Oracle Corp released an emergency update to its Java software for surfing the Web on Sunday, but security experts said the update fails to protect PCs from attack by hackers intent on committing cyber crimes.

The software maker release...


iPhone 5 users are Europe's biggest data consumers
US-SMARTPHONE-DATA:iPhone 5 users are Europe's biggest data consumers
LONDON (Reuters) - Users of Apple's iPhone 5, launched in September 2012, have the most voracious appetite for data in Europe, consuming on average more than four times the amount of a typical person still using a iPhone 3G, according to a study.

Mobile data analysis firm Arieso examin...


Oracle updates Java, security expert says it still has bugs
US-JAVA-ORACLE-SECURITY:Oracle updates Java, security expert says it still has bugs
By Jim Finkle

BOSTON (Reuters) - Oracle Corp released an emergency update to its widely used Java software for surfing the Web on Sunday, days after the U.S. government urged PC users to disable the program because of a bug it said made computers vulnerable to attack by hackers.

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