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VC funding in Chinese IT companies falls

VC funding in Chinese IT companies falls

Venture capital funding in Chinese information technology companies was $992 million in 2007, down 9 percent from 2006, according to data from Dow Jones VentureSource.The slowdown in venture funding for technology companies is striking given that funding in China hit its highest level in six years with $2.

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Chrysler outsources parts of IT to Tata

Chrysler outsources parts of IT to Tata

Chrysler, which recently became an independent company after separating from Daimler, has outsourced its IT to Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in "a multi-year contract" worth about $120 million.The automaker is in the process of being remade by CEO Robert Nardelli, who was technology savvy as leader of Home Depot.

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Microsoft: 'We try to reproduce every vulnerability that comes in'

Microsoft: 'We try to reproduce every vulnerability that comes in'

Microsoft outlined what it does with incoming vulnerability research, how it designates flaws and playing the cloak-and-dagger game with hackers.In a Q&A with Ryan Naraine, Jonathan Ness, the lead software engineer on Microsoft's SWI Defense team, addressed a big emerging issue between the software giant and security researchers: Who has the onus to reproduce the flaw?

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