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California bill aims to secure data of users using ride-hailing companies

The legislation will be heard by an assembly committee on Monday

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Uber lawsuit over alleged India rape heading to mediation

Both sides have agreed to try to settle the claim without a trial

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Tata gives employees anniversary bonus, cuts into profits

India's largest outsourcer said its business had grown well in the first quarter

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Facebook-backed Internet.org loses some Indian partners over net neutrality

Internet.org was criticized for offering access to select sites without data charges

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Microsoft makes debugging PHP less painful with new Azure tool

Microsoft has tapped Zend's Z-Ray for advanced PHP analysis

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Don't look now, but ATMs are about to get a cloud makeover

NCR uses Android and a thin-client model to bring yesterday's bank machines into the cloud era

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Google confirms European antitrust action, says it has "a very strong case"

Europe's top antitrust chief is said to be ready to file formal charges against Google

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Europe reportedly ready to file antitrust charges against Google

Google could face fines of roughly $6 billion, according to a report.

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New Bitcoin Foundation chief eyes crowdfunding

A former Morgan Stanley stockbroker, Bruce Fenton says the foundation could run on a surplus budget

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IBM's Watson Health division will incorporate patient data from Apple

Health care data stored on Watson Health Cloud will be de-identified, said IBM

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Salesforce revs up Pardot with two new B2B marketing-automation tools

New mobile capabilities allow salespeople to deliver their own personalized lead-nurture campaigns

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Dropbox, Microsoft Office Online partnership extends to the Web

If you use Microsoft's Office Online, you can now save and edit documents in Dropbox.

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Indian outsourcer Satyam's founder guilty of accounting fraud, court rules

B. Ramalinga Raju confessed in 2009 that the company had overstated its revenue and profit for several years