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Flow-on from software asset project.
 
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Consolidates media assets.
 
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Allegedly changed data sets.
 
VMware buys Socialcast 
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Nokia confuses developers with Symbian roadmap 
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Driver escapes injury.
 
Samsung targets business with Galaxy Pro 
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Targets BlackBerry users.
 
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