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Stifel Nicolaus analyst Aaron Rakers is modeling a 9 percent revenue decline for 2016 and a return to growth next year.
NextGenVest's Kelly Peeler pitches her start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.
Renowned for its bagless vacuum cleaners, U.K.-based Dyson is using its technical expertise to entice a whole new market: hair and personal care.
The company announced a 10 percent dividend increase and a $50 billion increase to its capital return program.
Semiconductor and chip supplier stocks were lower after Apple posted disappointing quarterly results.
Colin Gillis, Senior Technology Analyst at BGC Financial, looks at Apple's earnings release and the outlook for the company.
HELSINKI, April 26- Finnish mobile network equipment maker Nokia said on Tuesday it had struck a deal to buy France's Withings S.A. for 170 million euros in its first move into the market for digital products that monitor health. Withings' products include activity trackers, weighing scales, thermometers, blood pressure monitors and baby monitors built on a...
Without exciting new products, big tech will see stock prices go south, analyst Roger McNamee says.
The new iOS version will let you tap or swipe to type out words and intelligently predict words for sentences, The Verge reports.
Net income attributable to the company fell to $34 million, or 3 cents per share, in the first quarter ended March 31, from $225 million, or 19 cents per share, a year earlier. On an adjusted basis, the company earned 22 cents per share. Revenue fell to $4.28 billion from $4.47 billion.
The chief executive CEO of an eSports firm might have let slip that Microsoft may have sold half the number of games consoles as rival Sony.
A significant driver of the virtual reality market? The gaming crowd.
The technology used in underwater drones to a Chinese state-owned entity.
The tech community is gearing up for Microsoft's latest quarterly report, and investors will focus on this key number.
*Books 59.6 bln yen impairment loss on camera module business. TOKYO, April 21- Japanese electronics firm Sony Corp cut its profit estimate by 9.4 percent for the financial year that ended in March, as slowing global smartphone sales dented demand for its camera modules. Sony said on Thursday it is estimating an operating profit of 290 billion yen for the year, down...
Moving customers from on-premises to cloud computing means Microsoft units are cannibalizing one another, says Global Equities Research MD, Trip Chowdhry.
April 20- Network equipment maker F5 Networks Inc reported a slightly higher second-quarter revenue and said it would buy back an additional $1 billion worth shares. Net income dropped to $75.4 million, or $1.11 per share, from $85.7 million, or $1.18 per share. F5, whose customers include Facebook Inc, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and the U.S. government, forecast...
April 20- Network equipment maker F5 Networks Inc reported higher quarterly revenue, helped by demand from telecommunications service providers and enterprise customers. The company, which makes software and devices to monitor and manage Internet traffic, said revenue rose 2.4 percent to $483.7 million in the second quarter ended March 31.
CEO Brian Krzanich says Intel needed to cut jobs to maximize profitability and refocus on growing its business.
While the European Commission argues Google violated anti-trust regulations, technology expert Guy Kawasaki argues otherwise.
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