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Date: 2013-04-05
Technology News:
Company News:
Samsung Electronics first-quarter profit guidance beats street view
US-SAMSUNG-GUIDANCE:Samsung Electronics first-quarter profit guidance beats street view
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics, the iPhone's main adversary, estimated its January-March operating profit rose 53 percent to 8.7 trillion won ($7.7 billion) as sales of mid-tier smartphones helped the South Korean giant tide over the off-peak season.

The guidance, released ahead...


F5 says weak federal, telecom spending hurts 2nd quarter
US-F5NETWORKS-ESTIMATES:F5 says weak federal, telecom spending hurts 2nd quarter
By Chandni Doulatramani

(Reuters) - Network gear maker F5 Networks Inc <FFIV.O> estimated second-quarter results way below analysts' expectations, hurt by U.S. federal budget cuts and a delay in orders in North America.

F5 shares were down 16 percent in exte...


Samsung woos less affluent phone users to beat seasonal gloom
US-SAMSUNG-GUIDANCE:Samsung woos less affluent phone users to beat seasonal gloom
By Miyoung Kim

SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, the iPhone's main adversary, is expected to post a 46 percent jump in first-quarter earnings as sales of mid-tier smartphones helped tide the South Korean giant over the off-peak season.

Samsung, due to ...


Splunk to add 2000 customers this year as "big data" thrives
US-SPLUNK-GROWTH:Splunk to add 2000 customers this year as "big data" thrives
By Sayantani Ghosh

(Reuters) - Data analytics software maker Splunk Inc expects to break even on an adjusted basis and is looking to increase its customer base by about 40 percent, or 2,000 customers, this year, its chief executive told Reuters.

The company, which had...


Telefonica receives $257 million credit line for Blackberry phones
US-TELEFONICA-BLACKBERRY:Telefonica receives $257 million credit line for Blackberry phones
MADRID (Reuters) - Telefonica, Europe's biggest telecoms operator by revenue, has received a 200 million euro ($257 million) financing facility from the Canadian export agency to buy BlackBerry smartphones and services.

Export Development Canada (EDC) said the credit line to Telefonica...


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