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Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ): According to ARC (NYSE:ARC), its cloud-based PlanWell Collaborate application has been merged into the engineering line of Hewlett-Packard’s HP Designjet ePrinters to optimize time and money, and to better project coordination for its AEC clients. Shares of HP traded up $0.18 (.86%) lately at $21.59.

International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) and Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) have made submissions to the ITC that demonstrate both companies are against the import ban that Google’s (NASDAQ:GOOG) Motorola unit is going for against Microsoft’s (NASDAQ:MSFT) Xbox 360, Foss Patents reports. Shares of IBM traded up $1.73 (0.90%) recently at $194.24.

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Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC): In order to globally deliver McAfee Enterprise Mobility Manager (McAfee EMM) software to service providers and major enterprises as a cloud-based managed service, McAfee and 2e2 will be working together. In this partnership, McAfee will provide cloud-based access to highly-scalable, personalizable mobile device management and security solutions to big and small commercial users via Telcos and Service Providers. Shares of IBM traded up 1.53% ($0.40) recently at $26.38.

Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ): The FTC has given antitrust approval to Johnson & Johnson for its suggested acquisition of Swiss medical device firm Synthes, according to Reuters. To finish the acquisition, Johnson & Johnson has to sell some assets, including its means of surgically addressing serious wrist fractures, and related holdings, to Biomet. J&J shares traded up $0.80 (1.29%) recently at $62.92.

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM): According to a source close to the issue, JP Morgan and One Equity Partners (its private equity unit) are proceeding with talks to invest in Technicolor (NYSE:TCH) following its offer being turned down due to language, the Wall Street Journal reports. This source details that the bank thought the language did not alter the intent of the offer. Shares of JP Morgan traded up $0.49 (1.49%) lately at $33.31.

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