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Oct 23- LSI Corp reported lower-than-expected revenue for the third quarter as demand for its storage chips fell, sending its shares down about 5 percent in extended trading. Revenue dropped about 3 percent to $607 million, missing the average market estimate of $611.4 million, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.
CNBC's Josh Lipton talks to Jill Duffy, PCMag.com, about Apple's decision to give its software away for free and how it's likely to impact Microsoft.
Apple said upgrades to its Mac operating system and iWork software suite, which compete with Microsoft Corp's Excel, Word and other applications, will now be offered for all MacBooks and Mac computers.
Oct 22- Juniper Networks Inc reported a nearly six-fold rise in quarterly profit due to a rebound in demand for network equipment from telecom service providers. Net income rose to $99 million, or 19 cents per share, in the third quarter, from $17 million, or 3 cents per share, a year earlier.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Chris Downie of SparkPeople discuss a new fitness gadget that sparks up your daily fitness routine.
The NYSE and Nasdaq has assured Alibaba that the partnership structure for its expected share offering will be permitted. The Financial Times reports.
CNBC's Jon Fortt and Engadget's managing editor, Dana Wollman, discuss new tablets from Microsoft and Nokia.
SEATTLE, Oct 20- "Big data" means big computers, and good news for Cray Inc. The pioneer of supercomputers in the 1970 s stood on the brink of obscurity 20 years ago but is now surging back to prominence. People thought,' I can run my simulation on my laptop', "said Barry Bolding, a Cray vice president, at the company's Seattle headquarters last week.
Japan telecoms group SoftBank has added to its growing stable of U.S. businesses by agreeing to pay $1.26bn for a majority stake in Brightstar.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin looks at the coming week in technology, with Jonathan Heit, Allison+Partners. Among next week's events, an Apple launch, and earnings from Netflix, AT&T, Amazon and Microsoft.
Oct 17- Shares of Voxeljet AG, a German maker of commercial 3 D printers that created Aston Martin copies for a James Bond film, doubled in their market debut as investors sought shares in an industry out to change the way products are designed and made.
Oct 17- Shares of voxeljet AG, a Germany- based maker of commercial 3 D printers, doubled in their market debut on Friday. Voxeljet raised $72.8 million after selling 5.6 million American Depositary Shares at $13 each, the low end of the pricing range.
NEW YORK/ TORONTO, Oct 17- Chinese computer maker Lenovo, which has signed a non-disclosure deal to examine BlackBerry's books, faces regulatory obstacles if it bids for all of the company and will likely pursue just parts, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday. None of these technology companies have made a formal bid for BlackBerry yet.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 17- Advanced Micro Devices Inc posted a 6 percent decline in personal computer chip sales, dampening hopes that its fast-growing gaming-console business can take up the slack and sending its shares 7 percent lower.
Chinese personal computer maker Lenovo Group Ltd has signed a nondisclosure deal to examine the books of troubled Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry Ltd, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, quoting unnamed sources.
TORONTO, Oct 17- Chinese personal computer maker Lenovo Group Ltd has signed a non-disclosure deal to examine the books of troubled Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry Ltd, the Wall Street Journal said on Thursday, quoting unnamed sources.
Facebook is looking at relaxing its privacy rules so younger users can participate on the site, with Ellis Hamburger, The Verge.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin looks at why Twitter picked the NYSE for its listing and whether now is a good time for the company to go public, with Bruno Del Ama, Global X Funds.
TOKYO, Oct 16- Japan's TDK Corp, an electronics parts maker that has struggled to make a profit while several of its peers grew rich in the smartphone boom, has found help rebuilding its fortunes with the rise of China's smartphone makers.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 15- Intel Corp's third-quarter results beat expectations on Tuesday, but its current-quarter revenue outlook fell short as the chipmaker's core personal computer market continued to struggle. Intel posted net earnings of $2.95 billion, or 58 cents a share, compared to $2.97 billion, or 58 cents share, in the year-ago quarter.
Cadie Thompson is a tech reporter for the Enterprise Team for CNBC.com.
Working from Los Angeles, Boorstin is CNBC's media and entertainment reporter and editor of CNBC.com's Media Money section.
Jon Fortt is an on-air editor. He covers the companies, start-ups, and trends that are driving innovation in the industry.