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Date: 2013-03-08
Technology News:
Company News:
Google to cut 1,200 jobs at Motorola Mobility: WSJ
US-GOOGLE-MOTOROLA:Google to cut 1,200 jobs at Motorola Mobility: WSJ
(Reuters) - Google Inc's Motorola Mobility unit will slash 1,200 jobs or 10 percent of its workforce as the smartphone maker tries to return to profitability, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing a company email.

The layoffs come on top of 4,000 jobs Google eliminated at ...


Samsung's Sharp equity deal reveals pressures as display unit lags
US-SAMSUNG-SHARP:Samsung's Sharp equity deal reveals pressures as display unit lags
By Miyoung Kim

SEOUL (Reuters) - For Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, the world's No.1 maker of smartphones, TVs and memory chips, this week's deal to invest in a Japanese display maker spotlights an uncomfortable fact: it is no longer the undisputed global leader in displays.

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USAID optimistic on Myanmar work, but firm on terms
US-USA-MYANMAR-USAID:USAID optimistic on Myanmar work, but firm on terms
By Paul Eckert

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is intensifying its aid work in Myanmar, winning more cooperation from the government in a country long estranged from Washington, U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Rajiv Shah said on Thursday.

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Atmel CFO expects touchscreens to fuel growth in 2013
US-ATMEL-INTERVIEW:Atmel CFO expects touchscreens to fuel growth in 2013
By Neha Alawadhi

(Reuters) - Touchscreen chipmaker Atmel Corp's Chief Financial Officer Stephen Cumming expects growth to rebound in 2013, helped by increased orders from its smartphone and ultrabook customers.

Overall, 2013 is definitely going to shape up as a b...


Saudi accuses activists of lying to stir protests
US-SAUDI-PROTESTS:Saudi accuses activists of lying to stir protests
By Angus McDowall

BURAIDAH, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia on Thursday accused online activists of using social media to stir up protests, banned in the kingdom, by distributing false information about the number of people detained by the security apparatus.

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