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Date: 2013-05-07
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China's Tencent says fees for mobile chatting app unlikely: radio
US-CHINA-TENCENT-WEIXIN:China's Tencent says fees for mobile chatting app unlikely: radio
BEIJING (Reuters) - Tencent Holdings is unlikely to charge any fees for the use of its popular mobile chatting application, its president was quoted as saying, after a cabinet minister caused an uproar by saying users might have to pay fees in future.

Tencent's Weixin, or WeChat, app i...


In Silicon Valley, snarky blogs make a comeback
US-BLOGS-RESURGENCE:In Silicon Valley, snarky blogs make a comeback
By Sarah McBride

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Silicon Valley is taking itself a tad too seriously, and a few of its shriller residents have taken note.

Recent weeks have seen the birth of a few new blogs poking fun at America's crucible of technology, among them whit...


Neo-Nazi murder trial highlights German 'blind spot' for far right
US-GERMANY-NEONAZI:Neo-Nazi murder trial highlights German 'blind spot' for far right
By Alexandra Hudson

MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) - Wearing an elegant trouser-suit and an air of defiance, the suspected surviving member of a German neo-Nazi cell strode into a Munich court on Monday to stand trial for a series of racist murders that scandalized Germany and led to intense so...


BMC to go private in $6.9 billion deal led by Bain, Golden Gate
US-BMCSOFTWARE-OFFER:BMC to go private in $6.9 billion deal led by Bain, Golden Gate
By Sayantani Ghosh

(Reuters) - Business software maker BMC Software Inc, whose anemic growth has been a source of frustration for its largest shareholder, said it would be taken private by a group led by Bain Capital and Golden Gate Capital for about $6.9 billion.

Ell...


Neo-Nazi murder trial highlights German far-right 'blind spot'
US-GERMANY-NEONAZI:Neo-Nazi murder trial highlights German far-right 'blind spot'
By Alexandra Hudson

MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) - The surviving member of a German neo-Nazi cell went on trial on Monday for a series of racist murders that scandalized Germany and exposed the security services' inability or reluctance to recognize far-right crime.

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