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Technology Report: Nokia revives the brand with launch of iPad lookalike

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Nokia revives the brand with launch of iPad lookalike
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's Nokia launched a new brand-licensed tablet computer on Tuesday which is designed to rival Apple's iPad Mini, just six months after the company sold its ailing phones and devices business to Microsoft for over $7 billion.
Samsung loses bid to freeze Microsoft's U.S. lawsuit over royalties
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. judge has rejected Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's bid to put Microsoft Corp's lawsuit over smartphone patent royalties on hold while the South Korean company pursues an arbitration proceeding in Hong Kong.
Lufthansa signs $1.25 billion outsourcing deal with IBM
BERLIN (Reuters) - IBM has won an outsourcing contract from Germany's Lufthansa worth 1 billion euros ($1.25 billion) that will see the U.S. company take over the airline's information technology infrastructure services division and staff.
State Department says unclassified email system is back up
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department said on Tuesday its unclassified email system was up again after being shut down this weekend to improve security following a cyber attack several weeks ago.
IBM launches business e-mail that integrates social media
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - International Business Machine Corp on Tuesday launched a new e-mail application for businesses that integrates social media, file sharing and analytics to learn a user's behavior and predict interactions with coworkers.
Real and Microsoft announce digital platform deal
MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid and Microsoft Corp have sealed an agreement to create a digital platform to connect fans of the European champions around the world.
Sony targets stronger entertainment revenue growth to help restructuring
TOKYO (Reuters) - Sony Corp aims to lift its movie entertainment revenues by more than a third in the next three years, its chief executive said on Tuesday as the loss-making consumer electronics firm tries to counter flagging smartphones sales.
Intel's upscale bracelet has Google alerts, AT&T data plan
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Upcoming bracelets with technology from Intel Corp and design cues from fashion brand Opening Ceremony will connect the wearer with Facebook, Google and Yelp via an AT&T data plan without having to carry a smartphone.
Facebook service aimed at professionals to launch in a few months: source
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc's professional version of its social network aimed at businesses will launch in the next few months, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters on Monday.
Snapchat partners with Square for payment service
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Mobile messaging company Snapchat is launching a new service that lets users send money to each other, in a partnership with online payments company Square.
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