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Reuters Insider - Techquity: Hope for PCs, possible patent losers

Fri 10th January, 2014 10:52pm
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 Source:             Thomson Reuters                                   
 Description:        The latest data on PC sales shows positive signs. 
                     Plus, how changes to patent law could hurt certain 
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 Yes and other consumer electronics show with common done. The more than a 
150000. People this week it went -- Las Vegas to see every sort of gadget 
imaginable this new era record. There is no real -- item. Sure slightly -- giant
televisions are nice and a wearable and measure everything you need to know 
about your body that they don't carry the shock of seeing something unimaginably
NATO. That's hardly means innovations dead if we -- printer that anyone can use 
to me candy and increase shapes me ridiculous. Promising new technologies often 
seems sillier first next year could be the year that 3-D printing finally takes 
off. More importantly the realization that occurring isn't software you don't 
have to go to Vegas to see that just go to an App Store. -- of CS run gadget 
when the more important events for the talk on patent trolls. These -- the 
people or companies that don't produce anything as expect nuisance lawsuits -- 
companies demanding shakedowns. It's a growth business or the past two years the
number of lawsuits brought by -- this tripled to 62%. Of all patent infringement
cases. At square in the president's council of economic advisors. That's bad 
news for tech industry. Big firms face numerous suits and start -- have to hire 
law that lawyers they can't afford. 

The Federal Trade Commission studying what to do about the problems but it 
speech commissioner Julie Brill said congress shouldn't wait. In need to pass 
laws cracking down natural now. And the odds -- -- -- clamp down -- growing 
quickly -- great news for most startups and big firms alike. Of course there 
will be -- losers struggling firms sometimes solar patent trolls. And a 
crackdown could be floundering companies like Blackberry and one less way to 
raise cash. That's Republican of the central lake Acacia Research they can 
either stocks get hit. But in the last -- -- here -- new wanna work. When the 
last thing went online and historical look at -- 

When's the last time you thought even on your PC. The market isn't good but 
maybe it's finally hitting a bottom. For the year worldwide shipments dropped 
10% according to IDC. In the fourth quarter they only -- five point 6%. At 
slightly better than forecast. Also the US with the only region to show a 
decline retreat and forces IDC's view that growth -- will continue to improve 
through 24 team. No what's that the global crown for all 2013 while HP Intel. 
And especially strong fourth quarter to about a quarter of a market. In the US 
HP finished first and 2013. The 25% of market. Followed closely by Dell back 
ways -- apple and third. 

-- look at fourth and it definitely on the upswing here as well. Story today's 
emphasis Indian IT outsourcing firm raised its revenue outlook. At that shed 
staff and chases or contracts from Europe and the US. Shares up about 6% to a 52
week high. Sputtering barracuda networks. If they Merrill Lynch cut its rating 
on the data storage and security company stock to neutral from buy shares down 
nearly 8%. That's equity this Friday maybe you can follow us on Twitter -- here 
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