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Date: 2013-06-19
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New CEO begins Alcatel makeover
US-ALCATEL-REORGANISATION:New CEO begins Alcatel makeover
By Leila Abboud

PARIS (Reuters) - Telecom equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent will focus on its high-growth fixed and mobile products and slim down via 1 billion euro in cost cuts by 2015 in a bid to reverse years of losses.

The new plan unveiled on Wednesday by Michel Com...


Moves to limit contractor access to secrets meets resistance
US-USA-SECURITY-CONTRACTORS:Moves to limit contractor access to secrets meets resistance
By Mark Hosenball and Andrea Shalal-Esa

(Reuters) - Industry executives and some corners of the U.S. intelligence community are pushing back against possible legislative moves to curb contractors' access to classified information.

Following leaks by former Nationa...


Acer sees tablet, notebook PC shipments to be flat in second quarter
US-ACER-SHIPMENTS:Acer sees tablet, notebook PC shipments to be flat in second quarter
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Acer Inc, the world's No.4 PC vendor, said on Wednesday that it expects notebook and tablet PC shipment to be flat in the second quarter from the first quarter, versus an prediction of 0-5 percent growth made in April.

Acer Chairman J.T. Wang made the comment to repo...


Nvidia to license graphics technology: CEO
US-SUMMIT-NVIDA:Nvidia to license graphics technology: CEO
By Noel Randewich

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Nvidia Chief Executive Jen-Hsun Huang said he will license graphics technology to other companies, a new model for the chipmaker that could lead to new business with Apple, Samsung and other mobile device makers.

Huang told ...


Microsoft says it freed millions of computers from criminal botnet
US-CITADEL-BOTNET:Microsoft says it freed millions of computers from criminal botnet
By Jim Finkle

BOSTON (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp said that an assault it led earlier this month on one of the world's biggest cyber crime rings has freed at least 2 million PCs infected with a virus believed to have been used to steal more than $500 million from bank accounts worldwide....


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