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  • The company suffered a slight setback just before the market close when a jury in Texas ordered Facebook, its virtual reality unit Oculus, and other defendants to pay a combined $500 million to ZeniMax Media Inc, a video game publisher that says Oculus stole its technology. Mobile ad revenue accounted for 84 percent of the company's total advertising revenue of...

  • Feb 1- A U.S. jury in Texas on Wednesday ordered Facebook Inc., its virtual reality unit Oculus, and other defendants to pay a combined $500 million to ZeniMax Media Inc., a video game publisher that says Oculus stole its technology. The jury in federal court in Dallas found Oculus, which Facebook acquired for about $2 billion in 2014, used ZeniMax's computer code to...

  • Feb 1- A U.S. jury in Texas on Wednesday ordered Facebook Inc., its virtual reality unit Oculus and other defendants to pay a combined $500 million to ZeniMax Media Inc., a video game publisher that says Oculus stole its technology. The jury in federal court in Dallas found Oculus, which Facebook acquired for about $2 billion in 2014, used ZeniMax's computer code to...

  • Feb 1- "Things don't have to change the world to be important," Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs said in an interview in 1996.. Apple's shares rose as much as 5.8 percent to $128.30 early on Wednesday, their highest in 18 months, a day after the company dethroned Samsung Electronics Co Ltd as the world's top smartphone seller based on units shipped.

  • *Trump criticizes Japan, Germany for their currency decisions. TOKYO, Feb 1- Japan's Nikkei share average wobbled on Wednesday, undermined by a stronger yen currency and a drop on Wall Street as investors fretted about the impact of some of the Trump administration's policies. The dollar slumped after Trump and trade adviser Peter Navarro on Tuesday singled out...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 31- Apple Inc reclaimed the throne as the world's top smartphone seller for the first time in five years on Tuesday, beating out rival Samsung in units shipped for the holiday quarter and boosting revenues with a strong showing for its new, top-of-the-line iPhone 7 Plus. The iPhone sales numbers, and a profit of almost $18 billion, both handily...

  • Shares of the world's most valuable listed company were up 2.6 percent at $124.50 in after-hours trading on Tuesday. Revenue in the Greater China region fell 11.6 percent to $16.23 billion, highlighting Apple's struggles in a hotly contested smartphone market. The company also forecast revenue of between $51.5 billion and $53.5 billion for the current...

  • *Cuts FY op profit view to Y20 bln from Y30 bln. OSAKA, Jan 31- Nintendo Co Ltd on Tuesday reported its first quarterly profit in a year as its nascent mobile games division started to bring in revenue, though not enough to prevent weak console software sales dragging down its annual earnings forecast. "I'm not surprised at the cut because Nintendo's earnings tend to...

  • *Tokyo Electron also not showing interest- Kyodo. TOKYO, Jan 31- Japan's Canon Inc said would be difficult to invest in Toshiba Corp's memory chip business, dousing hopes that the struggling conglomerate could count on its business partner for help as it scrambles for funds to offset a multi-billion dollar writedown. Expectations that Canon could offer at least...

  • Jan 30- Keysight Technologies Inc, a provider of software and equipment to the electronics industry, said on Monday it would buy U.S. data technology company Ixia for about $1.6 billion in cash in a bid to increase its software and security portfolio. Ixia would be its largest acquisition since it bought Britain's Anite Plc, a company that tests handsets and...

  • Jan 30- Keysight Technologies Inc, a provider of software and equipment to the electronics industry, said it would buy U.S. data technology company Ixia for about $1.6 billion, net of cash. Shares of Calabasas, California- based Ixia were up 5.5 percent at $19.20 in premarket trading on Monday. Santa-Rosa, California- based Keysight said the transaction would add to...

  • Jan 30- Keysight Technologies Inc, a provider of software and equipment to the electronics industry, said it would buy U.S. data technology company Ixia for about $1.6 billion, net of cash.

  • TORONTO, Jan 27- Canada's benchmark stock index dipped for a second straight day on Friday as oil prices fell and some heavyweight energy shares lost ground, while electronics manufacturer Celestica Inc jumped to a 12- year high. U.S. crude oil futures settled 61 cents lower at $53.17 a barrel. The last thing you want is have some sort of taxation on oil going into...

  • TORONTO, Jan 27- Canada's benchmark stock index slipped for a second straight day on Friday as oil prices fell and some heavyweight energy shares lost ground, while electronics manufacturer Celestica Inc jumped to a 12- year high. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index unofficially closed down 39.71 points, or 0.25 percent, at 15,575.81.

  • TORONTO, Jan 27- Canada's main stock index slipped on Friday as some heavyweight natural resource stocks weighed, while electronics manufacturer Celestica Inc jumped to a 12- year high. The energy group retreated 0.6 percent as oil prices slipped on an increased focus on U.S. production increases that could lessen the impact of an OPEC agreement to reduce...

  • TOKYO, Jan 27- Toshiba Corp said it will sell a minority stake in its memory chip business as it urgently seeks funds to offset an imminent multi-billion dollar writedown, adding that its overseas nuclear division- the cause of its woes- was now under review. The drastic measures are set to be just some of the tough choices the Japanese conglomerate will have to take...

  • TOKYO, Jan 27- Toshiba Corp said it will sell a minority stake in its memory chip business as it urgently seeks funds to offset an imminent multi-billion dollar writedown, adding that its overseas nuclear division- the cause of its woes- was now under review. The drastic measures are set to be just some of the tough choices the Japanese conglomerate will have to take...

  • SEOUL, Jan 27- The global memory chip industry is heading into what's been dubbed an ultra-super-cycle, as the challenge of making chips smaller yet more efficient has created supply bottlenecks, while there is soaring demand for data storage- from smartphones and artificial intelligence to autonomous driving and the Internet of Things.

  • TOKYO, Jan 27- Toshiba Corp's board on Friday approved plans to make its core memory chip business a separate company and seek outside investment in it, aiming to avoid being crippled by an upcoming multi-billion dollar writedown for its U.S. nuclear business. Toshiba is looking to sell roughly 20 percent for more than 200 billion yen and potential investors...

  • TOKYO, Jan 27- Toshiba Corp's board on Friday approved plans to make its core memory chip business a separate company and seek outside investment in it, aiming to avoid being crippled by an upcoming multi-billion dollar writedown for its U.S. nuclear business. Toshiba is looking to sell roughly 20 percent for more than 200 billion yen and potential investors...