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Date: 2013-06-17
Technology News:
Company News:
Advanced Micro Devices may bounce back with new servers: Barron's
US-AMD-BARRONS:Advanced Micro Devices may bounce back with new servers: Barron's
(Reuters) - Prospects are looking better for Advanced Micro Devices Inc, the No. 2 maker of microprocessors for personal computers whose revenue fell sharply last year, as computer servers acquired last year in its purchase of tiny startup company SeaMicro bolster results, Barron's said.

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Samsung analysts ask hard questions as S4 marketing charm wears off
US-SAMSUNG-ANALYSTS:Samsung analysts ask hard questions as S4 marketing charm wears off
By Miyoung Kim

SEOUL (Reuters) - Analysts fell under Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's marketing spell when they made what they now admit were hopelessly optimistic forecasts for its smartphone sales.

Samsung's huge share of the high-end smartphone market also pers...


Saudi Arabia plans to block WhatsApp within weeks: report
US-SAUDI-INTERNET:Saudi Arabia plans to block WhatsApp within weeks: report
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia plans to block Internet-based communication tool WhatsApp within weeks if the U.S.-based firm fails to comply with requirements set by the kingdom's telecom regulator, local newspapers reported this week.

This month the Communications and Information Tech...


Web companies begin releasing surveillance information after U.S. deal
US-USA-SECURITY-INTERNET:Web companies begin releasing surveillance information after U.S. deal
By Joseph Menn and Gerry Shih

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook and Microsoft have struck agreements with the U.S. government to release limited information about the number of surveillance requests they receive, a modest victory for the companies as they struggle with the fallout from di...


Web companies begin releasing surveillance information after deal with U.S.
US-USA-SECURITY-INTERNET:Web companies begin releasing surveillance information after deal with U.S.
By Joseph Menn and Gerry Shih

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook and Microsoft have struck agreements with the U.S. government to release limited information about the number of surveillance requests they receive, a modest victory for the companies as they struggle with the fallout from di...


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