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  • Synaptics Jumps 30% After Buying Japan’s Renesas

    Synaptics Inc. surged 29 percent to a record after the touch-screen technology provider agreed to buy display chipmaker Renesas SP Drivers Inc., combining products in high demand from phone and tablet makers.

  • Apple May Be Readying IPad Tablet With Smaller 7-Inch Screen, Kumar Says

    Apple Inc. may be readying a version of its iPad tablet computer with a 7-inch screen to fend off a threat from competing smaller-sized devices, according to an analyst at Rodman & Renshaw LLC.

  • India and Pakistan Remember a Writer Who Loved Both

    Americans, it would seem, can never read Ernest Hemingway's fiction without a picture of Hemingway the man in mind; the writer's mythology threatens to supplant the force of his work. If there is a comparable figure in Indian literature, it is Sadat Hasan Manto (1912-1955), whose centenary is May 11. Manto, who wrote in Urdu, was both the enfant terrible of his literary milieu and the sharpest and most disillusioned observer of the extraordinarily fascinating political currents of his age.

  • Seagate Said to Have Rejected Western Digital Takeover Proposal

    Seagate Technology Plc , the disk- drive maker that ended takeover talks with TPG Capital, also turned down a proposal from competitor Western Digital Corp., according to two people with knowledge of the matter.

  • IPad Sales May Miss Estimates as Customers Trim Spending

    Apple Inc.’s iPad and other tablets may not sell as well as analysts had estimated as customers cut back spending on new technology or opt for new smartphones and laptops instead, according to Rodman & Renshaw LLC.

  • Kumar: Facebook's Mobile Story Yet to Be Told

    Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton reports on this week's most notable newsmakers including maxim Group's Ashok Kumar, NYU Stern's Nicholas Economides and Former Fed Robert Eisenbas. (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Social Media Security Deals Spur Radware Rally: Israel Overnight

    Radware Ltd., the Israeli technology company trading at double valuations relative to the Nasdaq telecommunications index, rose to a two-week high in New York after receiving orders from social networking companies.

  • Dell Committee Said to Seek at Least $14 a Share for Buyout

    Dell Inc.’s special committee is said to be seeking at least $14 a share from Michael Dell to cement the computer maker’s takeover, leaving them at an impasse after the founder said $13.75 was his best and final offer.

  • Apple IPhone 4 Sets Sales Record of 1.7 Million Units

    Apple Inc. sold 1.7 million iPhone 4s in its first three days, a record for the newest iteration of its top-selling product featuring video calling and an updated body.

  • Sina Profit Beats Estimates as Weibo Ad Sales Increase

    Sina Corp. posted fourth-quarter earnings that surpassed analysts’ estimates as its Weibo microblog earned a profit for the first time and advertising revenue from new services more than doubled at the business.

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