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BlackBerry names new chief security officer
The company moves to further bolster the smartphone maker's credentials with security-conscious clients, including big players in the defense, automotive and healthcare sectors.
Posted on 2-10-2015 at 2:33 PM
Samsung warns users to watch what they say in front of Smart TVs
A "smart" TV that listens and responds to your voice commands? Sounds like a nifty idea -- until the manufacturer reminds you that your TV is listening to your private conversations too.
Posted on 2-09-2015 at 12:44 PM
Twitter’s revenue tops estimates as site draws more ads
Twitter Inc. posted fourth-quarter revenue that topped estimates and forecast that the number of new users will pick up, as the company works to address concerns about how big an audience it can attract.
Posted on 2-05-2015 at 6:06 PM
Google revenue falls short as competition on mobile intensifies
Google Inc. is struggling to accelerate sales growth as its advertising business faces more competition on mobile devices.
Posted on 1-29-2015 at 5:01 PM
Yahoo’s Alibaba spinoff lays bare weakness in core business
While shareholders cheered Yahoo’s tax-free plan to distribute its $40 billion holding in the Chinese e-commerce company as a separate public firm, the Sunnyvale, California- based Web portal issued a revenue forecast that fell short of estimates, underscoring the challenges in reviving sales, which have been stagnant for five years.
Posted on 1-28-2015 at 6:01 PM
Carl Icahn: Apple one of best buys in decades
Carl Icahn, one of Apple Inc.’s largest shareholders, said that the stock is undervalued after the company posted record earnings and that he will raise his $203 target price. Icahn also suggested buying back more shares.
Posted on 1-28-2015 at 5:40 PM
Apple’s record iPhone sales top estimates for holiday quarter
Demand for Apple products soared “to an all-time high,” Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said.
Posted on 1-27-2015 at 4:57 PM
Microsoft sales, profit beat estimates on cloud growth, Xbox
Microsoft is boosting sales of its Azure cloud software and Web-based versions of its work-productivity programs, called Office 365. A price cut and new games also jump-started ailing demand for Xbox One, which was the top selling video-game console in the U.S. for the holiday season.
Posted on 1-26-2015 at 5:47 PM

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