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THAILAND-ECONOMY/HARDDRIVES C
RTX2BMJV 
April 25, 2016 
Thailand, the world’s second-largest hard drive maker, sees a surge in its hard disk drive (HDD) exports... 
Thailand 
Thailand hard drive exports EPS C 
Thailand, the world’s second-largest hard drive maker, sees a surge in its hard disk drive (HDD) exports amid a decrease in electronic exports. 
THAILAND-ECONOMY/HARDDRIVES C
RTX2BH16 
April 25, 2016 
Thailand, the world’s second-largest hard drive maker, sees a surge in its hard disk drive (HDD) exports... 
Thailand 
Thailand hard drive exports EPS C 
Thailand, the world’s second-largest hard drive maker, sees a surge in its hard disk drive (HDD) exports amid a decrease in electronic exports. 
UKRAINE-ELECTRONICS/
RTX2B13U 
April 21, 2016 
A Hard Disk Drive (HDD) is seen in Kiev, Ukraine April 21, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich 
Kiev, Ukraine 
A Hard Disk Drive (HDD) is seen in Kiev 
A Hard Disk Drive (HDD) is seen in Kiev, Ukraine April 21, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich 
UKRAINE-ELECTRONICS/
RTX2B13R 
April 21, 2016 
A WD Hard Disk Drive (HDD) is seen in Kiev, Ukraine April 21, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich 
Kiev, Ukraine 
A WD Hard Disk Drive (HDD) is seen in Kiev 
A WD Hard Disk Drive (HDD) is seen in Kiev, Ukraine April 21, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich 
APPLE-ENCRYPTION/CELLEBRITE
RTSCTXR 
March 30, 2016 
A USB device is attached to Cellebrite UFED TOUCH, a device for the data extraction from mobile device... 
Tokyo, Japan 
USB device is attached to Cellebrite UFED TOUCH, a device for the data extraction from mobile device... 
A USB device is attached to Cellebrite UFED TOUCH, a device for the data extraction from mobile device such as mobile phone or smart phone, as it was demonstrated by Japanese electronics maker Sun Corp. during a photo opportunity at the company's Tokyo office in Tokyo March 30, 2016. Israel's Cellebrite, a subsidiary of Japan's Sun Corp and a provider of mobile forensic software, is helping the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's attempt to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino, California shooters, the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported on March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Issei Kato
SANDISK-M&A/WESTERN DIGITAL
RTS5IJG 
October 21, 2015 
A variety of SanDisk memory cards are seen with a Western Digital hard drive in Golden, Colorado in this... 
Golden, UNITED STATES 
A variety of SanDisk memory cards are seen with a Western Digital hard drive in Golden 
A variety of SanDisk memory cards are seen with a Western Digital hard drive in Golden, Colorado in this photo illustration October 21, 2015. Hard-disk drive maker Western Digital Corp agreed to buy SanDisk Corp in a $19 billion deal that will greatly increase its ability to make flash memory storage chips used in smartphones and tablets. REUTERS/Rick Wilking 
SANDISK-M&A/WESTERN DIGITAL
RTS5IJD 
October 21, 2015 
A variety of SanDisk memory cards are seen with a Western Digital hard drive box in Golden, Colorado... 
Golden, UNITED STATES 
A variety of SanDisk memory cards are seen with a Western Digital hard drive box in Golden 
A variety of SanDisk memory cards are seen with a Western Digital hard drive box in Golden, Colorado in this photo illustration October 21, 2015. Hard-disk drive maker Western Digital Corp agreed to buy SanDisk Corp in a $19 billion deal that will greatly increase its ability to make flash memory storage chips used in smartphones and tablets. REUTERS/Rick Wilking TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SANDISK-M&A/WESTERN DIGITAL
RTS5IJB 
October 21, 2015 
A variety of SanDisk memory cards are seen with a Western Digital hard drive box in Golden, Colorado... 
Golden, UNITED STATES 
A variety of SanDisk memory cards are seen with a Western Digital hard drive box in Golden 
A variety of SanDisk memory cards are seen with a Western Digital hard drive box in Golden, Colorado in this photo illustration October 21, 2015. Hard-disk drive maker Western Digital Corp agreed to buy SanDisk Corp in a $19 billion deal that will greatly increase its ability to make flash memory storage chips used in smartphones and tablets. REUTERS/Rick Wilking 
SANDISK-M&A/WESTERN DIGITAL
RTS5IJ9 
October 21, 2015 
A variety of SanDisk memory cards are seen with a Western Digital hard drive in Golden, Colorado in this... 
Golden, UNITED STATES 
A variety of SanDisk memory cards are seen with a Western Digital hard drive in Golden 
A variety of SanDisk memory cards are seen with a Western Digital hard drive in Golden, Colorado in this photo illustration October 21, 2015. Hard-disk drive maker Western Digital Corp agreed to buy SanDisk Corp in a $19 billion deal that will greatly increase its ability to make flash memory storage chips used in smartphones and tablets. REUTERS/Rick Wilking 
GERMANY-SWISS/DATATHEFT
RTX15MUM 
November 21, 2013 
A man poses holding a USB datastick in his hand in front of the Swiss flag in this photo illustration... 
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A man poses holding a USB datastick in his hand in front of the Swiss flag in this photo illustration... 
A man poses holding a USB datastick in his hand in front of the Swiss flag in this photo illustration taken in the central Bosnian town of Zenica, August 29, 2013. Picture taken August 29, 2013. To match Special Report GERMANY-SWISS/DATATHEFT REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS) 
USA-SECURITY/RECORDS
RTX10EYW 
June 07, 2013 
An illustration picture shows the logo of the U.S. National Security Agency on the display of an iPhone... 
Berlin, Germany 
An illustration picture shows the logo of the U.S. National Security Agency on the display of an iPhone... 
An illustration picture shows the logo of the U.S. National Security Agency on the display of an iPhone in Berlin, June 7, 2013. The debate over whether the U.S. government is violating citizens' privacy rights while trying to protect them from terrorism escalated dramatically on Thursday amid reports that authorities have collected data on millions of phone users and tapped into servers at nine internet companies. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
UKRAINE/
RTR2YWSZ 
March 06, 2012 
An IBM Central Processor Unit (CPU) is seen on a Hard Disk Drive (HDD) controller in Kiev, March 5, 2012.... 
Kiev, Ukraine 
An IBM Central Processor Unit is seen on a Hard Disk Drive controller in Kiev 
An IBM Central Processor Unit (CPU) is seen on a Hard Disk Drive (HDD) controller in Kiev, March 5, 2012. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: BUSINESS) 
RTR2UELV 
November 24, 2011 
THAILAND-FLOODS/HDD1 - (Replaces THAILAND-FLOODS/HDD sent earlier, with corrections to town names). Map... 
TH 
THAILAND-FLOODS/HDD1 
THAILAND-FLOODS/HDD1 - (Replaces THAILAND-FLOODS/HDD sent earlier, with corrections to town names). Map locating recent flooding and major hard disk drive (HDD) factories in Thailand. With charts detailing how the flooding has hit global HDD production sector. RNGS. (SIN13) 
RTR2UELU 
November 24, 2011 
THAILAND-FLOODS/HDD1 - (Replaces THAILAND-FLOODS/HDD sent earlier, with corrections to town names). Map... 
TH 
THAILAND-FLOODS/HDD1 C 
THAILAND-FLOODS/HDD1 - (Replaces THAILAND-FLOODS/HDD sent earlier, with corrections to town names). Map locating recent flooding and major hard disk drive (HDD) factories in Thailand. With charts detailing how the flooding has hit global HDD production sector. RNGS. (SIN13) 
CHINA-SUMMIT/LENOVO
RTR2TZSN 
November 14, 2011 
Wong Wai-ming, Lenovo's chief financial officer, attends the Reuters China Investment Summit in Hong... 
Hong Kong, China 
Wong Wai-ming, Lenovo's chief financial officer, attends the Reuters China Investment Summit in Hong... 
Wong Wai-ming, Lenovo's chief financial officer, attends the Reuters China Investment Summit in Hong Kong November 14, 2011. Lenovo Group Ltd, the world's No.2 PC brand, aims to maintain its gross profit margin in coming quarters despite floods in Thailand disrupting hard disk drive supplies, Wong said on Monday. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT) 
HONGKONG
RTR2TZSI 
November 14, 2011 
A Lenovo Ultrabook is displayed during Reuters China Investment Summit in Hong Kong November 14, 2011.... 
Hong Kong, China 
A Lenovo Ultrabook is displayed during Reuters China Investment Summit in Hong Kong 
A Lenovo Ultrabook is displayed during Reuters China Investment Summit in Hong Kong November 14, 2011. Lenovo Group Ltd, the world's No.2 PC brand, aims to maintain its gross profit margin in coming quarters despite floods in Thailand disrupting hard disk drive supplies, its chief financial officer said on Monday. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
HONGKONG
RTR2TZRW 
November 14, 2011 
Lenovo CFO Wong Wai-ming attends Reuters China Investment Summit in Hong Kong November 14, 2011. Lenovo... 
Hong Kong, China 
Lenovo CFO Wong Wai-ming attends Reuters China Investment Summit in Hong Kong 
Lenovo CFO Wong Wai-ming attends Reuters China Investment Summit in Hong Kong November 14, 2011. Lenovo Group Ltd, the world's No.2 PC brand, aims to maintain its gross profit margin in coming quarters despite floods in Thailand disrupting hard disk drive supplies, its chief financial officer said on Monday. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
BRAZIL/
RTR2LG9M 
April 20, 2011 
Parts of discarded computers are displayed in the recycling department of Itautec SA, in Jundiai, April... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
Parts of discarded computers are displayed in the recycling department of Itautec SA, in Jundiai 
Parts of discarded computers are displayed in the recycling department of Itautec SA, in Jundiai, April 20, 2011. According to the Brazilian company which manufactures consumer electronics, ATM machines and provides IT solutions, actively recycles e-waste. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
USA/
RTR2LET8 
April 19, 2011 
A Western Digital Corporation hard drive is pictured here in Encinitas, California April 19, 2011. Western... 
Encinitas, UNITED STATES 
Western Digital Corporation to report earnings 
A Western Digital Corporation hard drive is pictured here in Encinitas, California April 19, 2011. Western Digital Corporation
will announce their earnings April 20, 2011. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS) 
SAMSUNG/
RTR2LCYR 
April 18, 2011 
A Samsung Electronics hard-disk-drive (HDD) is seen at an electric appliance store in Seoul, in this... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Picture illustration of a Samsung Electronics hard-disk-drive at an electric appliance store in Seoul... 
A Samsung Electronics hard-disk-drive (HDD) is seen at an electric appliance store in Seoul, in this picture illustration taken April 18, 2011. Samsung Electronics Co may be looking to sell its hard-disk-drive business for $1.5 billion and Seagate Technology is one potential buyer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
SAMSUNG/
RTR2LCYQ 
April 18, 2011 
A salesperson holds a Samsung Electronics hard-disk-drive (HDD) at an electric appliance store in Seoul,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Picture illustration of a salesperson holding a Samsung Electronics' hard-disk-drive at an electric appliance... 
A salesperson holds a Samsung Electronics hard-disk-drive (HDD) at an electric appliance store in Seoul, in this picture illustration taken April 18, 2011. Samsung Electronics Co may be looking to sell its hard-disk-drive business for $1.5 billion and Seagate Technology is one potential buyer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
SAMSUNG/
RTR2LCYO 
April 18, 2011 
A Samsung Electronics hard-disk-drive (HDD) is seen at an electric appliance store in Seoul, in this... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Picture illustration of Samsung Electronics hard-disk-driveat an electric appliance store in Seoul 
A Samsung Electronics hard-disk-drive (HDD) is seen at an electric appliance store in Seoul, in this picture illustration taken April 18, 2011. Samsung Electronics Co may be looking to sell its hard-disk-drive business for $1.5 billion and Seagate Technology is one potential buyer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
SAMSUNG/
RTR2LCYJ 
April 18, 2011 
Samsung Electronics hard-disk-drives (HDD) are seen at an electric appliance store in Seoul, in this... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Picture illustration of Samsung Electronics hard-disk-drives at an electric appliance store in Seoul 
Samsung Electronics hard-disk-drives (HDD) are seen at an electric appliance store in Seoul, in this picture illustration taken April 18, 2011. Samsung Electronics Co may be looking to sell its hard-disk-drive business for $1.5 billion and Seagate Technology is one potential buyer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
HGST/WESTERNDIGITAL
RTR2JLDK 
March 08, 2011 
A Western Digital Corp's hard drive is seen at an electric appliance store in Tokyo, in this picture... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Picture illustration shows a Western Digital Corp's hard drive at an electric appliance store in Tokyo... 
A Western Digital Corp's hard drive is seen at an electric appliance store in Tokyo, in this picture illustration taken March 8, 2011. Western Digital Corp's deal to pay $4.3 billion for Hitachi Ltd's hard disk drive business will arrest a margin-slicing price war and create a global leader with the resources to develop costly next-generation storage technology. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
HGST/WESTERNDIGITAL
RTR2JLDI 
March 08, 2011 
A Western Digital Corp's hard drive is seen at an electric appliance store in Tokyo, in this picture... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Picture illustration shows a Western Digital Corp's hard drive at an electric appliance store in Tokyo... 
A Western Digital Corp's hard drive is seen at an electric appliance store in Tokyo, in this picture illustration taken March 8, 2011. Western Digital Corp's deal to pay $4.3 billion for Hitachi Ltd's hard disk drive business will arrest a margin-slicing price war and create a global leader with the resources to develop costly next-generation storage technology. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
HGST/WESTERNDIGITAL
RTR2JLDB 
March 08, 2011 
A Western Digital Corp's hard drive is seen at an electric appliance store in Tokyo, in this picture... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Picture illustration shows a Western Digital Corp's hard drive at an electric appliance store in Tokyo... 
A Western Digital Corp's hard drive is seen at an electric appliance store in Tokyo, in this picture illustration taken March 8, 2011. Western Digital Corp's deal to pay $4.3 billion for Hitachi Ltd's hard disk drive business will arrest a margin-slicing price war and create a global leader with the resources to develop costly next-generation storage technology. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
HGST/WESTERNDIGITAL
RTR2JLD8 
March 08, 2011 
A Western Digital Corp's hard drive is seen at an electric appliance store in Tokyo, in this picture... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Picture illustration shows a Western Digital Corp's hard drive at an electric appliance store in Tokyo... 
A Western Digital Corp's hard drive is seen at an electric appliance store in Tokyo, in this picture illustration taken March 8, 2011. Western Digital Corp's deal to pay $4.3 billion for Hitachi Ltd's hard disk drive business will arrest a margin-slicing price war and create a global leader with the resources to develop costly next-generation storage technology. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
HITACHI/STOCK
RTR2JLBM 
March 08, 2011 
A package of Hitachi's Dskstar series hard disk drive is displayed at an electric appliance store in... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A package of Hitachi's Dskstar series hard disk drive is displayed in Tokyo 
A package of Hitachi's Dskstar series hard disk drive is displayed at an electric appliance store in Tokyo March 8, 2011. Hitachi Ltd rose 2 percent on Tuesday after the Japanese electronics conglomerate agreed to sell its hard disk drive unit for $4.3 billion to Western Digital Corp. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
HITACHI/STOCK
RTR2JLBF 
March 08, 2011 
A man coming down an escalator passes an advertisement for Hitachi in Tokyo March 8, 2011. Hitachi Ltd... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A man coming down an escalator passes an advertisement for Hitachi in Tokyo 
A man coming down an escalator passes an advertisement for Hitachi in Tokyo March 8, 2011. Hitachi Ltd rose 2 percent on Tuesday after the Japanese electronics conglomerate agreed to sell its hard disk drive unit for $4.3 billion to Western Digital Corp. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
GERMANY/
RTR2J9AY 
February 28, 2011 
A 4G LTE USB stick is pictured at the Vodafone exhibition stand at the CeBIT computer fair in Hanover... 
Hanover, Germany 
4G LTE USB stick is pictured at Vodafone exhibition stand at CeBIT computer fair in Hanover 
A 4G LTE USB stick is pictured at the Vodafone exhibition stand at the CeBIT computer fair in Hanover February 28, 2011. The world's largest IT fair CeBIT opens its doors on March 1 and runs through March 5. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY) 
USA/
RTR2J273 
February 24, 2011 
A Lacie Little Big Disk external hard drive with Intel's Thunderbolt interface technology is shown during... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
A Lacie Little Big Disk external hard drive with Intel's Thunderbolt interface technology is shown during... 
A Lacie Little Big Disk external hard drive with Intel's Thunderbolt interface technology is shown during a press briefing in San Francisco, California February 24, 2011. The new high-speed interface, formerly known as Light Peak, will be made available to consumers today first with Apple's new line of Macbook Pro laptops. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2C1X0 
March 25, 2010 
CEO of Victorinox, Carl Elsener, holds a Victorinox Secure Pro, a Swiss Army Knife incorporating a USB... 
London, United Kingdom 
CEO of Victorinox Elsener holds a Victorinox Secure Pro during its launch in central London 
CEO of Victorinox, Carl Elsener, holds a Victorinox Secure Pro, a Swiss Army Knife incorporating a USB memory stick, during its launch in central London March 25, 2010. Victorinox say the data storage device is un-penetrable, with only the user's own fingerprint allowing access to data. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
SPAIN-BUDGET/
RTXP2GD 
September 29, 2009 
Spain's Economy Minister Elena Salgado holds a memory stick and a book containing the Spanish Government's... 
Madrid, Spain 
Spain's Economy Minister Salgado holds a memory stick and a book containing the Spanish Government's... 
Spain's Economy Minister Elena Salgado holds a memory stick and a book containing the Spanish Government's 2010 Budget during a traditional ceremony outside parliament in Madrid September 29, 2009. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN) 
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/
RTR28A46 
September 25, 2009 
An employee works at the assembly line of Positivo Computers, Brazil's largest computer producer, in... 
Curitiba, Brazil 
An employee works at the assembly line of Positivo Computers, Brazil's largest computer producer, in... 
An employee works at the assembly line of Positivo Computers, Brazil's largest computer producer, in Curitiba September 25, 2009. Unemployment in Brazil should fall to an all-time low of 6.7 percent by the end of the year from an average 8.1 percent expected for 2009 as companies increase hiring, said Mario Mesquita, the central bank's director of economic policy said. REUTERS/Cesar Ferrari (BRAZIL SCI TECH BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
HITACHI/UNITS
RTR263IM 
July 27, 2009 
A Hitachi Maxell hard disc for Super Hi-Vision (Ultra HD) television is displayed in front of a Hitachi... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A Hitachi Maxell hard disc for Super Hi-Vision television is displayed in front of a Hitachi television... 
A Hitachi Maxell hard disc for Super Hi-Vision (Ultra HD) television is displayed in front of a Hitachi television set at an electronic shop in Tokyo July 27, 2009. Loss-making Hitachi Ltd is preparing to absorb five listed units, two sources close to the matter said on Monday, in a move that could cost the electronics group 300 billion yen ($3.2 billion).
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN BUSINESS SCI TECH) 
INDIA
RTR25RO0 
July 17, 2009 
Stacks of computers are seen as technicians dismantle Xerox machines inside an e-waste recycling factory... 
MANKHAL, India 
Stacks of computers are seen as technicians dismantle Xerox machines inside an e-waste recycling factory... 
Stacks of computers are seen as technicians dismantle Xerox machines inside an e-waste recycling factory in Mankhal, near Hyderabad July 17, 2009. A local environment group estimated in 2007 that India produces 150,000 tonnes of electronic waste each year. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA BUSINESS SCI TECH ENVIRONMENT) 
Oddly
Oddly 
Finnish Man's "Memory" Finger - 25 Mar 2009 
6 PICTURES 
FINLAND/
RTXD5II 
March 24, 2009 
Finnish computer engineer Jerry Jalava displays a USB drive which he had installed in his prosthetic... 
RIIHIMAKI, Finland 
Computer engineer displays a USB drive installed in his prosthetic finger in Riihimaki 
Finnish computer engineer Jerry Jalava displays a USB drive which he had installed in his prosthetic finger in Riihimaki in this picture taken March 23, 2009. Jalava lost half one of the ring finger on his left hand in a motorcycle accident last May and fitted a small memory stick under the nail of the prosthetic device. Picture taken March 23, 2009. REUTERS/Attila Cser (FINLAND ODDLY SCI TECH IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE) 
TECH-SHOW/
RTX59DB 
January 06, 2008 
A variety of flash drives by Sandisk are displayed at the Consumer Electronics Show CES Unveiled event... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
A variety of flash drives by Sandisk are displayed at the Consumer Electronics Show CES Unveiled event... 
A variety of flash drives by Sandisk are displayed at the Consumer Electronics Show CES Unveiled event in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2008. The show opens January 7th. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES) 
GERMANY/
RTR1NGD1 
March 14, 2007 
A woman displays new flash memory hard disks as an replacement for hard disk drives before the opening... 
Hanover, Germany 
A woman displays new flash memory hard disks before the opening of the CeBIT computer fair in the northern... 
A woman displays new flash memory hard disks as an replacement for hard disk drives before the opening of the CeBIT computer fair in the northern German town of Hanover March 14, 2007. The world's largest computer and information technology fair CeBIT runs from March 15 to March 21, 2007. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY) 
OGURA
RTXOJDK 
April 27, 2006 
Fujitsu Corporate Executive Vice President and CFO Masamichi Ogura speaks at Tokyo Stock Exchange in... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Fujitsu Corporate Executive Vice President and CFO Masamichi Ogura speaks at Tokyo Stock Exchange in..... 
Fujitsu Corporate Executive Vice President and CFO Masamichi Ogura speaks at Tokyo Stock Exchange in Tokyo April 27, 2006. [Japan's Fujitsu Ltd. said on Thursday its annual net profit more than doubled, buoyed by its system integration and hard disk drive operations, and forecast growth for this year that matched market expectations.] 
JAPAN
RTR1CUIN 
April 27, 2006 
Fujitsu Corporate Executive Vice President and CFO Masamichi Ogura speaks at Tokyo Stock Exchange in... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Fujitsu Corporate Executive Vice President and CFO Ogura speaks at Tokyo Stock Exchange 
Fujitsu Corporate Executive Vice President and CFO Masamichi Ogura speaks at Tokyo Stock Exchange in Tokyo April 27, 2006. Japan's Fujitsu Ltd. said on Thursday its annual net profit more than doubled, buoyed by its system integration and hard disk drive operations, and forecast growth for this year that matched market expectations. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa 
KKH
RTR4JHK 
March 10, 2005 
An employee of South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd shows a new mobile phone SGH-i300, featuring... 
Seoul, South Korea 
An employee of South Korea's Samsung Electronics shows a new mobile phone in Seoul. 
An employee of South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd shows a new mobile phone SGH-i300, featuring a 3GB hard disk drive and a 1.3 megapixel camera, in Seoul March 10, 2005. Saumsung introduced the world's first 3.0GB hard disk drive phone, capable of storing up to 1,000 music files, on Thursday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
KOREA
RTRICO5 
December 16, 2004 
A promoter displays South Korea's portable multi-media player brand ReignCom Co.Ltd's new mini Hard Disk... 
Promoter displays ReignCom's new MP3 player 'iriver H10' in Seoul. 
A promoter displays South Korea's portable multi-media player brand ReignCom Co.Ltd's new mini Hard Disk Drive (HDD) type MP3 player 'iriver H10' during its launch in Seoul December 16, 2004. The new digital music player, which can hold up to 1,200 songs in 5 GB HDD and view pictures and text messages through a 1.5-inch (3.18 cm) colour TFT-LCD monitor, will be sold at 363,000 won ($345) in the local market and make inroads into foreign markets from next January. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH/CN 
KOREA
RTRICNY 
December 16, 2004 
Promoters display South Korea's portable multi-media player brand ReignCom Co.Ltd's new mini Hard Disk... 
Promoters display ReignCom's new MP3 player 'iriver H10' in Seoul. 
Promoters display South Korea's portable multi-media player brand ReignCom Co.Ltd's new mini Hard Disk Drive (HDD) type MP3 player 'iriver H10' during its launch in Seoul December 16, 2004. The new digital music player, which can hold up to 1,200 songs in 5 GB HDD and view pictures and text messages through a 1.5-inch (3.18 cm) colour TFT-LCD monitor, will be sold at 363,000 won ($345) in the local market and make inroads into foreign markets from next January. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH/CN 
JAPAN
RTRFHLN 
November 11, 2004 
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices 'SushiDisk' are displayed at Solid Alliance Corp's, a Japanese electonics... 
Japan 
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices are displayed in Yokohama, south of Tokyo. 
Sushi-shaped USB memory devices 'SushiDisk' are displayed at Solid Alliance Corp's, a Japanese electonics device maker, office in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, November 11, 2004. Memory devices resembling sea urchin, salmon roe and tuna sushi, each with a data storage capacity of 128 megabytes, are priced at 8,200 yen ($76). Those resembling tuna and cucumber rolls have 32 megabyte capacities and carry a price tag of 6,000 yen ($56). REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao PP04110073 ODLY YN/FA 
SHARP
RTXN03N 
October 15, 2004 
Japan's Sharp Corp unveils its new 'Zaurus SL-C3000' PDA (personal digital assistant), a palm-sized mobile... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japan's Sharp Corp unveils its new 'Zaurus SL-C3000' PDA (personal digital assistant), a palm-sized ..... 
Japan's Sharp Corp unveils its new 'Zaurus SL-C3000' PDA (personal digital assistant), a palm-sized mobile device, in Tokyo October 15, 2004. The PDA, equipped with four gigabite hard disk drive, will go on sale in Japan on November 10, 2004 for around 80,000 yen ($730). 
SHARP
RTXN03M 
October 15, 2004 
Japan's Sharp Corp. employee shows off the company's newly unveiled 'Zaurus SL-C3000' PDA (personal digital... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japan's Sharp Corp. employee shows off the company's newly unveiled 'Zaurus SL-C3000' PDA (personal ..... 
Japan's Sharp Corp. employee shows off the company's newly unveiled 'Zaurus SL-C3000' PDA (personal digital assistant), a palm-sized mobile device, in Tokyo October 15, 2004. The PDA, equipped with four gigabite hard disk drive, will go on sale in Japan on November 10 for about 80,000 yen ($730). 
JAPAN
RTRDFRJ 
October 15, 2004 
Japan's Sharp Corp unveils its new 'Zaurus SL-C3000' PDA (personal digital assistant), a palm-sized mobile... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japan's Sharp unveils its new PDA 'Zaurus SL-C3000' in Tokyo. 
Japan's Sharp Corp unveils its new 'Zaurus SL-C3000' PDA (personal digital assistant), a palm-sized mobile device, in Tokyo October 15, 2004. The PDA, equipped with four gigabite hard disk drive, will go on sale in Japan on November 10, 2004 for around 80,000 yen ($730). REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/FA 
JAPAN
RTRDFQR 
October 15, 2004 
Japan's Sharp Corp. employee shows off the company's newly unveiled 'Zaurus SL-C3000' PDA (personal digital... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japan's Sharp unveils its new PDA 'Zaurus SL-C3000' in Tokyo. 
Japan's Sharp Corp. employee shows off the company's newly unveiled 'Zaurus SL-C3000' PDA (personal digital assistant), a palm-sized mobile device, in Tokyo October 15, 2004. The PDA, equipped with four gigabite hard disk drive, will go on sale in Japan on November 10 for about 80,000 yen ($730). REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/FA 
OLYMPUS
RTXMZQN 
October 13, 2004 
Japanese models display Japanese precision equipment maker Olympus Corp's 'm:robe MR-500i'(R), a new... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japanese models display Japanese precision equipment maker Olympus Corp's 'm:robe MR-500i'(R), a new..... 
Japanese models display Japanese precision equipment maker Olympus Corp's 'm:robe MR-500i'(R), a new portable music player equipped with a hard disk drive, and a digital camera 'i:robe IR-500' at an unveiling in Tokyo October 13, 2004. The 20 gigabite player and the camera will be launched in November and be priced around 60,000 yen($546) and 50,000 yen($455), the company said. 
OLYMPUS
RTXMZQM 
October 13, 2004 
Japanese precision equipment maker Olympus Corp unveils its new digital camera 'i:robe IR-500' atop a... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japanese precision equipment maker Olympus Corp unveils its new digital camera 'i:robe IR-500' atop ..... 
Japanese precision equipment maker Olympus Corp unveils its new digital camera 'i:robe IR-500' atop a hard disk drive storage device in Tokyo October 13, 2004. Olympus, the world's third-best selling digital camera brand, unveiled the camera with supporting peripherals including the 40GB hard disk drive storage device 'S-HD-100' and a mobile digital photo printer 'P-S100' (rear), which allows users to save and print images without using a computer. 
TECH JAPAN OLYMPUS
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October 13, 2004 
Japanese precision equipment maker Olympus Corp unveils 'm: robe', its new portable music player equipped... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Olympus unveils its new portbale music player equipped with HHD in Tokyo. 
Japanese precision equipment maker Olympus Corp unveils 'm: robe', its new portable music player equipped with a hard disk drive Tokyo October 13, 2004. The 20-gigabyte player is equipped with a camera and is able to store about 20,000 pictures that can be viewed on a 3.7-inch liquid crystal display screen, the company said. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/LA 
TECH JAPAN OLYMPUS
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October 13, 2004 
Japanese models display Japanese precision equipment maker Olympus Corp's 'm:robe MR-500i'(R), a new... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Olympus unveils its new portable music player equipped with HHD and a digital camera in Tokyo. 
Japanese models display Japanese precision equipment maker Olympus Corp's 'm:robe MR-500i'(R), a new portable music player equipped with a hard disk drive, and a digital camera 'i:robe IR-500' at an unveiling in Tokyo October 13, 2004. The 20 gigabite player and the camera will be launched in November and be priced around 60,000 yen($546) and 50,000 yen($455), the company said. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/LA 
TECH JAPAN OLYMPUS
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October 13, 2004 
Japanese precision equipment maker Olympus Corp unveils its new digital camera 'i:robe IR-500' atop a... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Olympus unveils its new digital camera 'i - robe' in Tokyo. 
Japanese precision equipment maker Olympus Corp unveils its new digital camera 'i:robe IR-500' atop a hard disk drive storage device in Tokyo October 13, 2004. Olympus, the world's third-best selling digital camera brand, unveiled the camera with supporting peripherals including the 40GB hard disk drive storage device 'S-HD-100' and a mobile digital photo printer 'P-S100' (rear), which allows users to save and print images without using a computer. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN 
SONY
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July 01, 2004 
An exhibitor shows Sony Corp.'s Network Walkman NW-HD1 in Tokyo July 1, 2004. Sony announced that it... 
Tokyo, Japan 
An exhibitor shows Sony Corp.'s Network Walkman NW-HD1 in Tokyo July 1, 2004. Sony announced that it..... 
An exhibitor shows Sony Corp.'s Network Walkman NW-HD1 in Tokyo July 1, 2004. Sony announced that it will launch the 20-gigabyte hard-disk drive digital music player Walkman to mark a major upgrade to the legendary Walkman brand on the 25th anniversary of the introduction of Sony's groundbreaking portable music player July 1, 1979. The digital Walkman, which can store 13,000 songs, is expected to sell for around 53,000 yen ($487) July 10 in Japan, by mid-August in the United States and in September in Europe. 
TECH SONY WALKMAN
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July 01, 2004 
An exhibitor shows Sony Corp.'s Network Walkman NW-HD1 in Tokyo July 1, 2004. Sony announced that it... 
Tokyo, Japan 
AN EXHIBITOR HOLDS THE NETWORK WALKMAN DIGITAL MUSIC PLAYER IN TOKYO. 
An exhibitor shows Sony Corp.'s Network Walkman NW-HD1 in Tokyo July 1, 2004. Sony announced that it will launch the 20-gigabyte hard-disk drive digital music player Walkman to mark a major upgrade to the legendary Walkman brand on the 25th anniversary of the introduction of Sony's groundbreaking portable music player - July 1, 1979. The digital Walkman, which can store 13,000 songs, is expected to sell for around 53,000 yen ($487) July 10 in Japan, by mid-August in the United States and in September in Europe. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM/LA 
TECH SONY WALKMAN
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July 01, 2004 
A promoter shows Sony Corp's Network Walkman NW-HD1 in Tokyo July 1, 2004. Sony announced the launch... 
Tokyo, Japan 
SONY UNVEILS WALKMAN DIGITAL MUSIC PLAYER IN TOKYO. 
A promoter shows Sony Corp's Network Walkman NW-HD1 in Tokyo July 1, 2004. Sony announced the launch of the 20-gigabyte hard-disk drive digital music player Walkman to mark a major upgrade to the legendary Walkman brand on the 25th anniversary of the introduction of Sony's groundbreaking portable music player - July 1, 1979. The digital Walkman, which can store 13,000 songs, is expected to sell for around 53,000 yen ($487) July 10 in Japan, by mid-August in the United States and in September in Europe. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama 
TECH SONY WALKMAN
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July 01, 2004 
Sony Corp' s President Kunitake Ando unveils the Network Walkman NW-HD1 in Tokyo July 1, 2004. Sony announced... 
Japan 
SONY CORP PRESIDENT ANDO UNVEILS WALKMAN DIGITAL MUSIC PLAYER IN TOKYO. 
Sony Corp' s President Kunitake Ando unveils the Network Walkman NW-HD1 in Tokyo July 1, 2004. Sony announced the launch of the 20-gigabyte hard-disk drive digital music player Walkman to mark a major upgrade to the legendary Walkman brand on the 25th anniversary of the introduction of Sony's groundbreaking portable music player - July 1, 1979. The digital Walkman, which can store 13,000 songs, is expected to sell for around 53,000 yen ($487) July 10 in Japan, by mid-August in the United States and in September in Europe. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM/LA 
TECH SONY WALKMAN
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July 01, 2004 
Sony Corp' s President Kunitake Ando announces the launch of the Network Walkman NW-HD1 in Tokyo July... 
Tokyo, Japan 
SONY CORP PRESIDENT ANDO UNVEILS WALKMAN DIGITAL MUSIC PLAYER IN TOKYO. 
Sony Corp' s President Kunitake Ando announces the launch of the Network Walkman NW-HD1 in Tokyo July 1, 2004. Sony announced the launch of the 20-gigabyte hard-disk drive digital music player Walkman to mark a major upgrade to the legendary Walkman brand on the 25th anniversary of the introduction of Sony's groundbreaking portable music player - July 1, 1979. The digital Walkman, which can store 13,000 songs, is expected to sell for around 53,000 yen ($487) July 10 in Japan, by mid-August in the United States and in September in Europe. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM/LA 
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