We're thinking about Thor this Thursday, as a thunderstorm approaches Sydney. But you're thinking about news. Here's what happened overnight.
HP'sweren't rosy, with revenue losses hurting units. The company posted a loss due to charges from restructuring. CEO Meg Whitman pointed out that the company is still in a multi-year turnaround phase.
The US Department of Homeland Security hasabout a flaw in Siemens-owned technology that could enable exploit code to attack power plants.
Two Chinese photography tripod firms are, with one claiming that the other company knocked off its design.
The US International Trade Commission (ITC) is on the warpath,.
Tata Consultancy Services had said that big non-Indian IT services firms such as Accenture or IBM also have large staff contingents in India, amounting to as many as 50 per cent of the workforce, so the nationality of the company.
Opera hasto make Google's search engine the default for another two years.
Meanwhile, in the "what the" files,.