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Oracle's Q3 Income Top Analyst Estimations; PC Shipments To Perk Up This Year

Oracle Oracle’s sales of novel software licenses lifted up during its latest quarterly period, assisting to ease fears regarding the company's future as it loses clients to competitors providing less expensive alternatives.

International Data Corp. anticipates international PC shipments to go up by 5% in 2012 as ultra-thin notebook computers and the launch of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows 8 should drive sales during the last half.

A new research stated that the chance of premature babies developing cerebral palsy is slashed by a third if the mom is provided magnesium sulphate instantly before birth.

Apple To Announce Dividend; Some Schools Ban Pink Slime

Apple As per analysts’ estimates and info gathered, Apple, which proposes to talk about its $97.6 billion in cash and investitures during a conference call today, is expected to declare a dividend payment.

Mitt Romney heads in to Illinois's presidential primary this week with a handy triumph in Puerto Rico, bagging the territory's 20 GOP delegates in a bruising chase, which has turned a numbers game for the Republican nomination.

Microsoft on March 16 confirmed that sample attack code made by the firm had possibly leaked to cyberpunks from a program it functions with antivirus vendors.

The lunch would not be containing pink slime anymore at several school regions all over the country.

Samsung Galaxy S3 Launching Date Leaked

Samsung Samsung’s new Galaxy Note confirms that a stylus — or pen, as the company insists on referring to it — can be helpful and even exciting, particularly for scrawling an on-screen annotation or for creative types who wish to dash off a quick sketch on its 5.3-inch screen.

Oil advanced for the first time in three days in New York, cutting down a weekly decline as capitalists bet that demand for fuel will fortify with a financial recovery in the U.S., the globe’s largest crude consumer.

The people were shocked in February when Rihanna tapped rude ex-beau Chris Brown to sing on a sexually explicit remix of her song Birthday Cake and she, in order, sung a remix of his personal song "Turn Up the Music."

Citigroup Failure In Fed Test Arouses Doubts; Apple To Hit $700 Level

Citigroup Inc Citigroup Inc stood by its pledge to reward stockholders, as Wall Street sought to comprehend why the banking institution failed to bag nod from watchdogs to lift up its dividend or buy back stock.

After 11 years of marriage, the Twilight Saga actor, Peter Facinelli and Beverly Hills, 90210 alum, Jennie Garth, have ended their relationship.

A tablet that doubles up the span of time that people with advanced skin cancer can continue to exist is available in Britain.

Market analysts, who lifted up their price objectives for the stock, stated that Apple, getting an encouragement from prediction of the novel iPad, hit a record high today and may go up 19% to $700.

Dell Rolls Out New Ultrabook; Japan’s Nikkei Shuts Shop At Peak Level Since August 2011

Dell Dell has a standing, justified or not, as being a dependable, cost-effective and dull choice when it comes to personal computers.

Japan’s Nikkei Average Friday hit over 10,000 and closed at its peak level since August 2011, expanding sharp gains earned since the beginning of the year, as a dampening Japanese Yen spurred assurance of a revitalized export segment.

According to a novel research released Online First in Archives of General Psychiatry, adopted kids whose biologic parents had a drug trouble, are more expected to abuse drugs themselves.

Elisabeth Moss said that she knows she'll get a "slap on the wrist" for talking about ex-hubby Fred Armisen, but the "Mad Men" star said it's liberating to be bad, at least for just a moment.

Pandora Media Scrip Decline As Loss Broadens; Cough Syrup Can Be Lethal

Name of Person Here The Internet radio company Pandora Media registered a loss of $8.2 million during the fourth quarterly period as against a loss of $1.4 million during the same period of last year. Its scrip declined 21% during after-hours trading.

Intel Corp took the wraps off its latest “Xeon” server chip, trying to take advantage of an explosion of web traffic actuated by Web-based cloud computing, social networking and mounting smartphone and tablet computer utilization.

Hearsays regarding the Broncos quarterback being “The Bachelor” were dispelled yesterday. A Broncos spokesperson said that Tim Tebow will not be taking part in the show.

Boeing Eyes Big With Novel Jet

Boeing Boeing Co. (BA) increased fabrication of the novel 787 Dreamliner to 3.5 jets on a monthly basis, prior to schedule, and stated that it’s made progress on a plan for a 777 upgrade, which will be a major improvement over the existing model.

Dell proposes to sell higher-end laptop computers, but the lifespan of its batteries are looking low-end.

Scientists from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill cut down damage from a coronary failure by 50% by increasing a protective protein detected in mice and human beings.

Hawaii 5-0 star Alex O'Loughlin will take a break from the CBS series as he is going through supervised cure for prescription pain medication because of a recent shoulder injury.

Hillary Says US Is Moving To Enforce Harder Iran Sanctions; Jennifer Delivers A Baby Boy

Hillary Clinton U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday pledged to aggressively execute novel U.S. authorizations on Iran but mentioned that some associates like Japan confront unique situations as they try to lessen Iranian oil imports.

Dell developing its biz away from a dependence on PC shipments toward supplying high-end servers, gizmos, and rack-mount virtualization packages for the enterprise data center.

A novel official study has disclosed that British residents are determined to be contented regardless of the nation’s economic sufferings.

Jennifer Garner has given birth to a baby boy. Jennifer gave birth to her first daughter in December 2005, and second daughter Seraphina in 2009.

Michael Douglas’s Gekko Is FBI's Latest Insider-Trading Campaigner

Michael Douglas Michael Douglas, who played a greedy director in the film Wall Street, is the Federal Bureau of Investigation's new representative against insider trading.

Nokia, the globe’s biggest mobile maker, told the world’s foremost cellular phone meeting that it proposes to roll out a smartphone with a astounding 41 megapixel camera sensor.

The Artist, a black-and-white homage to the early days of Tinseltown, was declared best movie at the 84th Academy Awards on February 26. Meryl Streep and Jean Dujardin bag top acting honors.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control lastly confirmed that consuming raw milk is more than twice as hazardous then taking pasteurized milk.

S&P 500 Becomes 9% Cheaper As Record Earnings Restores $3.2 Trillion

Standard & Poor Profits in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index are ascending more rapidly than its value, leaving the gauge 9% cheaper than it was in April even after American equities mounted within 6 points of 2011’s peak.

Hewlett Packard announced that its net income declined sharply and admonished of continued weakness, but its novel chief executive showed buoyancy in her capability to turn the company around.

Kourtney Kardashian, who is going to give birth to her second baby, confirmed that she will have a daughter this time.

Generalized ache in different parts of the body, comprising the jaw, neck, shoulder, back and even abdomen have now been diagnosed as indications of heart failure in females.


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