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Europe investing €5 billion to boost electronics sector

The investements should help Europe become a leader in electronics design and manufacturing, the European Commission said

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Samsung finds labor violations at Chinese suppliers

Samsung had been stepping up oversight of its China-based suppliers, following complaints from labor groups

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IT spending growth to be slower than expected in 2014 due to pricing pressure, Gartner says

Enterprise software revenue will see the most growth, at 6.9 percent, according to the research firm

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Wall Street Beat: GoPro continues to soar after IPO as Nasdaq surges

IPO, stock market and M&A activity point to confidence in tech sector

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Like other tech giants, Facebook is very white and very male

The company has become the latest in a string of major tech players to disclose employee diversity details

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Oculus buys Carbon Design, the team behind the Xbox 360 controller and original Kinect

Oculus just picked up a respected hardware design team as the company moves toward launching its first mass market VR headset.

Cord cutters, beware: AT&T's DirecTV buy affects you, too

Even if you've spurned cable TV, you're still likely to feel the impact from mega-bucks deals like the ones involving AT&T and DirecTV or Comcast snapping up Time Warner Cable. After all, cable providers have a built-in incentive for making cord cutting an unattractive option to their subscribers.

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Oracle says Oregon governor spiked Obamacare site for political reasons

Oregon and Oracle are likely headed to a battle in court over Cover Oregon

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Oracle buying Micros for $5.3 billion

The deal will give Oracle major penetration into the retail and hospitality industries

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Wall Street Beat: Despite Oracle earnings miss, software appears healthy

Adobe blows away expectations, Tibco banks on Big Data, and there's more good news for the smartphone market

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Judge not sold on $324M settlement in Silicon Valley tech worker case

The suit accuses companies like Apple and Google of conspiring not to hire each others' workers

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Oracle claims second-largest SaaS vendor title, while Q4 profits slip

Oracle's hardware business showed a slight gain in the quarter

BlackBerry ekes out a profit as revenue tumbles nearly 70 percent

The company only sold 2.6 million smartphones

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Will full encryption sideline Google's targeted ads?

Mining personal data to deliver targeted ads is the lifeblood of Google's business -- and of many other online firms. But what if that data dries up at the source?

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Acer names new chairman as business struggles

Acer co-founder George Huang is succeeding Stan Shih