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    German Court Ruling Threatens Apple’s Video Services

    A German district court has ruled that Apple violated patents acquired by Swiss security company Kudelski’s OpenTV business, which could force Apple to remove some video streaming features from popular products sold in Germany. The ruling by a three-judge panel at the Duesseldorf district court on Tuesday said that Apple must not supply software that […]

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    Google Gives Federal Plan for Self-Driving Car

    Google wants Congress to create new federal powers that would let the tech giant receive special, expedited permission to bring to market a self-driving car that has no steering wheel or pedals. The proposal, laid out in a letter to top federal transportation officials, reveals Google’s solution to a major regulatory roadblock: US law does […]

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    Toshiba Finds More Accounting Errors, Promises Improvement

    Japan’s Toshiba Corp revealed additional accounting irregularities on Friday after a multi-billion dollaraccounting scandal last year, rekindling doubts over the company’s pledge to improve transparency. The laptops-to-nuclear conglomerate said it had overstated past profits by JPY 5.8 billion (roughly Rs. 344 crores) on a pretax basis due to seven new accounting errors, on top of […]

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    Bright Computing Announces Partnership With Alineos

    March 2 — Today, Bright Computing, the leading provider of hardware-agnostic cluster and cloud management software, announced a partnership with France-based high performance computing (HPC) specialist, Alineos. Alineos, an HPC pioneer in France since 2000, supports its customers’ desire to innovate and compete in the fast-paced HPC market. Alineos provides turnkey solutions that integrate the latest […]