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It was the best of times it was the worst of times. But this isn’t a tale about Paris and London, it’s about technology.
Stocks regained their footing in choppy trading Wednesday, with the Dow and S&P 500 closing at a fresh high, but a sharp decline in Apple kept a lid on the Nasdaq's gains.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
Take a look at some of Wednesday midday movers:
The world's top search engine announced the music streaming service, which has built-in features to help users discover new music, at its annual developers conference in San Francisco.
Google's sixth annual conference for software developers opened Wednesday with a chance for the company to showcase the latest mobile devices running its Android software.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Daniel Loeb said Sony reminds him of Yahoo before he waged a bitter proxy fight that triggered a boardroom shake-out at the Internet company.
Apple is trading far above where it should and investors need to reevaluate how they value the stock, said the CEO of a stock research firm.
CNBC's Jon Fortt, and Drew Olanoff, TechCrunch, provide a preview of new products Google is likely to unveil at its developer conference today, as the stock passes the $900 mark.
Sascha Segan, PCMag.com, provides a preview of a parade of new products and services the tech giant is expected to show today at the company's annual software developers conference.
Rep. Scott Garrett intends to show that he and his committee are serious about oversight of the Securities and Exchanges Commission.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Although the tech giant won't comment, it's been in talk with music labels and is expected to compete with Spotify, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Adam Leach, principal analyst at Ovum, talks to CNBC about Google's plans to launch a Spotify- like music streaming service.
Google has reportedly signed licensing deals with Universal Music and Sony Music to launch a subscription music service that would compete with fast-growing start-up Spotify.
For the first time, Google CEO Larry Page publicly discussed the root of his voice problems. He said it's caused by a nerve problem that has affected him for 14 years.
Google's CEO Larry Page has been diagnosed with paralysis of a vocal cord, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.
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