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Late News: Oracle to Hire 1700 Employees In EMEA, HTC Acquires Beats Electronics, Motorola Confirms Apple Suit

Amazon’s cloud ambition has hit another roadblock - following the inconvenience suffered by its cloud customers, due to what the company referred to as a “freak accident” caused by lightning. The latest glitch it seems is a fault in Amazon’s storage software has ended up accidentally deleting data of vital customers.

Enterprise software and hardware developer company Oracle Corporation is ready to launch a new recruitment drive with an aim to add around 1,700 more to its workforce in Europe. Oracle is ready to hire people for all positions and levels ranging across all of its operations, especially growing industry for cloud computing.

Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has decided to buy a majority stake in Beats Electronics, which makes high-end headphones and speakers. The company has decided to shell out $300 million to acquire a 51 per cent stake in Beats, which was founded by rapper / producer Dr. Dre and Interscope’s Jimmy Iovine.

Mobile phone manufacturer Motorola Inc. has revealed that the company has been slapped with a lawsuit for copyright infringement by iPhone maker Apple Inc. The news has emerged just a day after a court in Germany introduced an injunction against the sale and marketing of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 across the nations of the European Union.

According to a new revelation by the USB 3.0 Promoter Group, a brand new technology with the capability of delivering as high as 100 watts of power via a single USB cable, may soon be finding its way into devices and onto the shelves of our local stores.