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Date: 2013-04-17
Technology News:
Company News:
HCL Tech third-quarter profit jumps 73 percent, beats estimates
US-HCLTECH:HCL Tech third-quarter profit jumps 73 percent, beats estimates
By Harichandan Arakali

BANGALORE (Reuters) - HCL Technologies Ltd, India's fourth-biggest software services provider, beat analysts' estimates with a 73 percent rise in quarterly profit after winning orders and reducing staff for the second quarter in a row.

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Tech industry cautiously welcomes Senate immigration bill
US-USA-IMMIGRATION-TECH:Tech industry cautiously welcomes Senate immigration bill
By Alina Selyukh

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Tech industry officials welcomed a bipartisan U.S. Senate immigration bill on Tuesday, saying they hoped it would make it easier to hire highly skilled workers from abroad, while laying the groundwork to renegotiate portions they oppose.

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Google's Schmidt sees one billion Android phones in use in nine months
US-GOOGLE-SCHMIDT:Google's Schmidt sees one billion Android phones in use in nine months
By Alexei Oreskovic

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt predicted on Tuesday that there will be more than a billion smartphones in use featuring its Android software within the next six to nine months.

Schmidt also noted that Google ha...


Oracle fixes 42 holes in Java to revive security confidence
US-ORACLE-SECURITY:Oracle fixes 42 holes in Java to revive security confidence
By Joseph Menn

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Oracle Corp released a major security update on Tuesday for the version of Java programming language that runs inside Web browsers to make it a less popular target for hackers.

The patch fixes 42 vulnerabilities within Java, in...


A shaken Boston mostly gets back to work; 12-block crime scene
US-USA-EXPLOSIONS-BOSTON-WORKERS:A shaken Boston mostly gets back to work; 12-block crime scene
By Tim McLaughlin

BOSTON (Reuters) - Shaken but determined, Bostonians struggled to get back to their workday routines on Tuesday, the day after a twin bombing wreaked havoc during the city's world-famous marathon and led to the closure of a wide area of Boston's city center.

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