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Lenovo's Q1 profit grows 25 percent on PC, smartphone gains

Lenovo's smartphone shipments continue to soar in China. Yes, smartphones.

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Vodafone revenue stays flat as European troubles come to the fore

The company is hoping increased data usage and integrated TV and broadband offerings will help improve its fortunes

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Google looks to unite work and pleasure by acquiring Divide

Divide consolidates work and personal apps on people's own mobile devices

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Reports: Google in talks to buy Twitch game-streaming service for $1 billion

The Wall Street Journal reports that the deal is not imminent, while Variety says Google has agreed to pay over $1 billion

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Wearables startups highlight health of South Korean innovation

88 startups presented at the fourth annual beLaunch event in Seoul

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Wall Street Beat: Market turbulence seen as just a speedbump in tech IPOs

TrueCar, Zendesk jump on IPOs as baseline trends continue

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NetSuite slapped with fraud lawsuit over 'aggressive' salesman's claims

SkinMedix wants its money back for the allegedly 'unusable' e-commerce site NetSuite built

Protect Your Bottom Line by Making Sure Your Business is Compliant

If your office is still running Windows XP, you might be violating government regulations.

SMBs Struggle in a Post-Windows XP Support World

Since the end of XP support, small businesses have faced myriad challenges keeping their companies competitive.

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Cisco may be bouncing back, but can Chambers hold on?

Continued sluggish results aren't likely to unseat him, analysts say

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Cisco's gloomy financials brightened in Q3

The company's revenue and profit were down again, but less than Cisco had forecast

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Amid turmoil, questions loom for SAP at Sapphire

The event is incoming sole CEO Bill McDermott's 'time to shine,' says one analyst

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Fresh from the clean room, leafy Fujitsu lettuce

Semiconductor know-how and cloud computing are used to raise deluxe veggies in a former chip plant.

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IPhone helps boost earnings for Foxconn's Hon Hai

Foxconn assembles the iPhone and iPad in factories in Brazil and China

Samsung apologizes for workers' leukemia

Ten people have died after working in Samsung's semiconductor plants, an industry health rights group said