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Date: 2013-02-04
Technology News:
Company News:
HTC sees Q1 revenue flat to 17 percent lower versus Q4
US-HTC-OUTLOOK:HTC sees Q1 revenue flat to 17 percent lower versus Q4
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp <2498.TW> said on Monday that it expects revenue be flat to 17 percent lower in the first quarter compared with the previous three months, worse than forecast, while margins will also be flat to lower.

The company, which has been...

BlackBerry searching high and low in India, Indonesia
US-BLACKBERRY-ASIA:BlackBerry searching high and low in India, Indonesia
By Devidutta Tripathy and Andjarsari Paramaditha

NEW DELHI/JAKARTA (Reuters) - Research in Motion Ltd must chart a tough course in its two key emerging markets of India and Indonesia: quickly launch cheaper handsets to woo lower-end subscribers while restoring its tattered brand among the ...

The business of weather watching gets a phone app
US-USA-WEATHER-APP:The business of weather watching gets a phone app
By Steve Olafson

NORMAN, Oklahoma (Reuters) - Weather research is taking a new turn that scientists hope will lead to better forecasts in the not-too-distant future.

The linchpin of the effort is a free smartphone app.

The National Severe Storms ...

FTC issues guidelines for mobile applications
US-USA-PRIVACY-MOBILE:FTC issues guidelines for mobile applications
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Trade Commission has issued a wide-reaching set of new guidelines for makers of mobile platforms and developers of applications for mobile telephones and tablets to safeguard users' privacy.

The non-binding guidelines, published in a report on Friday,...

Content Insider #266 - Beyond the Dream
The Internet...Now Everyone Wants to Own, Manage the Team
It was a simple concept a few dreamers had, develop something everyone could use to exchange information, ideas. Today it's difficult to imagine life without the Internet as we use it to stay in touch with everyone, everywhere on every device imaginable. It's so big, so powerful, such a key part of our daily lives it's tough to recall life before it existed (our kids never knew of a life without it). And when something gets that big people want to take control of it. There are always those who want to claim ownership though "in our best interest."


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