HTC Tattoo launched

DUBAI — HTC Corp has recently introduced the HTC Tattoo smartphone in the Middle East, an Android-based phone that brings broad personalisation to 
the masses.

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Published: Fri 16 Apr 2010, 11:08 PM

Last updated: Mon 6 Apr 2015, 9:38 AM

HTC Tattoo is equipped with new features and applications that support the business and social networking activities of mobile users, with dedicated buttons that provide easy access to popular online Web sites.

Symantec warning

DUBAI — Symantec Corp has released a report regarding Ichitaro, saying that the Japanese word processing program may have a potential threat of cyberattacks. While only one attack was observed, Symantec has cautioned that this is one example of how cybercriminals can target and trick unsuspecting users.

Symantec has recommended safety precautions regarding this, and is currently working with Ichitaro’s developer, JustSystems, to address the issue.

Epson incentives

DUBAI — Epson announced the launch of a reseller programme for its partners in the UAE and Egypt, aiming to raise incentives for partners reselling the company’s products.

According to the new Epson Authorised Reseller Programme, dealers will be rewarded based on the volumes of sales they achieved. The incentives would range from $10,000 to $350,000.

Intel Q1 revenue

DUBAI — Intel Corp on Wednesday reported a first-quarter revenue of $10.3 billion, while also posting an operating income of $3.4 billion and net income of $2.4 billion.

The technology firm’s PC client group revenue was flat, but it posted a record in its mobile microprocessor unit.

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