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  • WATERLOO, Ontario— BlackBerry Ltd. has signed a deal to buy California- based software company AtHoc, which develops emergency alert systems for government agencies, military bodies, and other organizations. Financial terms of the deal were not released. BlackBerry said Wednesday that the AtHoc platform will be integrated with its enterprise portfolio.

  • DETROIT— Fiat Chrysler said Wednesday that it has a software fix that will prevent future hacking into the Jeep Cherokee and other vehicles. The fix is a response to a recent article in Wired magazine about two well-known hackers, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, who remotely took control of a Jeep Cherokee through its UConnect entertainment system.

  • Alibaba's latest bid to take on US cloud giants Wednesday, 22 Jul 2015 | 8:50 AM ET
    Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma.

    Alibaba has moved to assure its cloud customers that their data is safe, as it looks to expand further into markets like the U.S.

  • TORONTO, July 22- BlackBerry Ltd said on Wednesday it is buying privately-held AtHoc, a provider of secure, networked crisis communications, as it moves to broaden its software offering and generate revenue from its BBM messaging service. San Mateo, California- based AtHoc's services are used by a number of top clients including the U.S. Department of Defense,...

  • July 21- Vasco Data Security International Inc said some its products may have ended up in Iran in potential violation of U.S. sanctions. The products were sold by its European unit to a third-party distributor and may have been resold to parties in Iran, the Chicago- based company said in a statement. Shares of the data security software maker fell 9.6 percent at...

  • Microsoft shares slip despite earnings beat Tuesday, 21 Jul 2015 | 4:06 PM ET

    The technology giant reported profit of 62 cents per share on $22.18 billion in revenue, but shares fell in extended trading.

  • July 21- Printer maker Lexmark International Inc said it would cut jobs to offset costs resulting from recent acquisitions as part of efforts to focus on software and services. Lexmark and larger rivals such as Hewlett-Packard Co and Xerox Corp are pushing into high-value software and services business as companies reduce printing to cut costs and...

  • July 21- Printer maker Lexmark International Inc forecast third-quarter profit well below Wall Street's estimates and said it would cut about 500 jobs as it absorbs recently acquired businesses. Lexmark said the restructuring is expected to generate $2 million savings in 2015 and annualized savings of $65 million beginning in 2017..

  • UPDATE 1-Printer maker Lexmark to cut 500 jobs Tuesday, 21 Jul 2015 | 7:29 AM ET

    July 21- Printer maker Lexmark International Inc said it would cut 500 jobs, or about 4 percent of its global workforce, as the company integrates its recently acquired businesses and tries to soften the impact of a strong dollar. Lexmark swung to a quarterly loss in the second quarter ended June 30, hurt by an 11 percent decline in revenue in its imaging solutions...

  • You what, guv? Cortana gets a regional makeover Tuesday, 21 Jul 2015 | 6:20 AM ET

    Microsoft's Cortana, is to get different national and regional accents and understand cultural references when it launches with Windows 10.

  • *Still sees 2015 operating profit 5.6- 5.9 bln euros. FRANKFURT, July 21- German business software maker SAP posted quarterly profit at the low end of forecasts, hit by weak sales of its traditional packaged software and a rapid shift by customers to lower-margin cloud software delivered via the Internet. Like established rivals such as Oracle, IBM and Microsoft,...

  • Cloud has dampened margins: SAP CFO Tuesday, 21 Jul 2015 | 2:20 AM ET
    Cloud has dampened margins: SAP CFO

    Luka Mucic, CFO of SAP, says the company is making money from the cloud, but growth in the business has dampened margins.

  • European business patchy: IFS CEO Tuesday, 21 Jul 2015 | 2:15 AM ET
    European business patchy: IFS CEO

    Alastair Sorbie, president and CEO of IFS, says business has been patchy across Europe.

  • Reddit's new CEO has some big changes in store Friday, 17 Jul 2015 | 12:37 PM ET

    New Reddit CEO Steve Huffman announces the site's updated approach to offensive content.

  • MILAN, July 17- Milan prosecutors are investigating six former employees of surveillance software maker Hacking Team in connection with a massive attack on the data system of the Italian cybersecurity firm, sources familiar with the case said on Friday. The leaked emails show that Hacking Team worked with numerous state institutions in an array of countries,...

  • BRUSSELS/ FRANKFURT, July 16- European Union antitrust regulators are investigating whether one of the world's biggest chipmakers, Qualcomm, uses illegal tactics to shut out rivals, six years after slapping a record 1 billion euro fine on Intel for a similar offence. Qualcomm has been feeling the heat from regulators in Europe, the United States, China, Japan and...

  • Google earnings: 3 things investors should watch Thursday, 16 Jul 2015 | 11:28 AM ET
    What to expect from Google's earnings

    Google is set to release quarterly earnings after the bell Thursday. What should investors expect?

  • *Microsoft to close Nokia unit, 1,100 jobs at risk. HELSINKI, July 16- When U.S. software giant Microsoft bought Nokia's struggling mobile phone business last year, the inhabitants of Salo- a town of 54,000 in southern Finland- thought the move would revive the local economy. But their hopes were crushed last week when Microsoft announced it would close Nokia's...

  • Facebook tests out own virtual assistant: Report Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 12:03 PM ET
    Facebook's Messenger app displayed on a smartphone.

    Facebook is testing its own version of Siri and Google Now—a virtual assistant named Moneypenny, according to tech site The Information.

  • Box: How we differ from Dropbox Monday, 13 Jul 2015 | 6:15 PM ET
    Box: How we differ from Dropbox

    Box Inc. co-founder, Chairman and CEO, Aaron Levie, says his company tries to bring the "consumerization of IT" mindset to enterprise software, thus employees in large organizations, in discussing competition with Dropbox.

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