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  • Facebook tests out own virtual assistant: Report Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 12:03 PM ET
    Facebook's Messenger app displayed on a smartphone.

    Facebook is testing its own version of Siri and Google Now—a virtual assistant named Moneypenny, according to tech site The Information.

  • Box: How we differ from Dropbox Monday, 13 Jul 2015 | 6:15 PM ET
    Box: How we differ from Dropbox

    Box Inc. co-founder, Chairman and CEO, Aaron Levie, says his company tries to bring the "consumerization of IT" mindset to enterprise software, thus employees in large organizations, in discussing competition with Dropbox.

  • Apple snags 92 percent of smartphone profits: Report Monday, 13 Jul 2015 | 1:27 PM ET
    A customer tries an iPhone 6 inside a mobile phone store in Marseille, France.

    Apple made nearly 92 percent of all smartphone profits last quarter, according to estimates from Canaccord Genuity.

  • TOKYO, July 13- Nintendo Co Ltd Chief Executive Satoru Iwata died of cancer on Saturday, months after he led the Japanese video-game maker's belated entry into mobile gaming following years of declining sales. The death of the hands-on CEO and president, announced by Nintendo on Monday, comes at a critical time for the company which is betting that its new...

  • *Iwata dies from growth in bile duct- Nintendo. TOKYO, July 13- Nintendo Co Ltd Chief Executive Satoru Iwata died after a long illness, the company said on Monday, months after he led the Japanese video-game maker's belated entry into mobile gaming following years of declining sales. Iwata resisted the move to smartphones for fear of cannibalising Nintendo's...

  • BOSTON, July 12- U.S. companies often pay their CEOs far too much compared with their lowest-paid workers as boards of directors compete to compensate their top executives more than peers. "It would be healthier for our society if CEOs were paid less," said Michael Kagan, who oversees about $9 billion in assets as a senior portfolio manager at ClearBridge...

  • FTC eyeing Apple's charges for rival music apps Saturday, 11 Jul 2015 | 4:07 AM ET
    An Apple Music screen

    U.S. government antitrust regulators are looking into whether Apple's treatment of rival streaming music apps is illegal under antitrust law.

  • The unit of Intercontinental Exchange Inc said on Thursday that the glitch caused communication problems between one of its trading units and NYSE customers as they began connecting to the exchange at 7 a.m. EDT on Wednesday morning. NYSE said it attempted to fix the problem before the market opened, but customers were still reporting "unusual system behavior"...

  • TORONTO, July 9- Canadian startup Influitive, a marketing-software provider, has raised $30.5 million in funding as it looks to finance growth and expand into Europe and Asia, its top executive said on Thursday. Organ was the founder of software company Eloqua Inc, which was acquired by Oracle for about $871 million a few years ago. The latest funding round was led...

  • July 9- A number of Chinese companies have been dropping their listings in New York, betting on higher share valuations in China where stock markets have recently caught fire. Chinese video streaming website YY Inc and Chinese online book and media retailer E Commerce China Dangdang Inc said on Thursday that top executives have offered to take the companies...

  • July 8- A computer malfunction that forced the New York Stock Exchange to suspend trading for more than three hours on Wednesday probably stemmed from a software update that went awry, Bloomberg reported, citing two people briefed on a preliminary review. The NYSE must now verify the cause and report its conclusions to the U.S. Securities and Exchange...

  • UPDATE 1-Microsoft plans major job cuts - NYT Wednesday, 8 Jul 2015 | 3:20 AM ET

    July 8- Microsoft Corp, the world's largest software company, plans to announce a new round of layoffs as early as Wednesday as it tries to cut costs further, the New York Times reported. The latest job cuts are in addition to the 18,000 jobs Microsoft said it planned to cut a year ago, the newspaper said, citing sources familiar with the matter. The layoffs are expected...

  • LONDON, July 7- British software company Sage is tying up with lenders Funding Circle and MarketInvoice to give its small business customers easier access to alternative sources of funds. Bank lending in Britain has been weak since the financial crisis and many small businesses have struggled to get finance from traditional lenders. MarketInvoice, which...

  • HONG KONG, July 7- China's move to curb initial public offerings to contain a stock market meltdown could endanger nearly $32 billion worth of deals announced this year by Chinese companies planning to drop their listings on U.S. exchanges and return home. China's securities regulator said at the weekend there would be "no new IPOs in the near-term" and the number...

  • FRANKFURT/ SAN FRANCISCO, July 6- Italy's Hacking Team, which makes surveillance software used by governments to tap into phones and computers, found itself the victim of hacking on a grand scale on Monday. The controversial Milan- based company, which describes itself as a maker of lawful interception software used by police and intelligence services...

  • FRANKFURT, July 6- Italy's Hacking Team, which makes surveillance software used by governments to police the web, appeared to be the victim of hacking on a grand scale itself on Monday. The Milan- based company, which describes itself as a maker of lawful interception software used by police and intelligence services worldwide, has been accused by...

  • What's to come from iPhone 6S: Pro Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 11:34 AM ET
    What's to come from iPhone 6S: Pro

    iPhone lovers rejoice! Mark Gurman, 9to5 Mac senior editor, joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss the latest version of the iPhone that will be released this Fall.

  • WASHINGTON/ SAN FRANCISCO, June 29- Oracle Corp won a major legal victory on Monday in a closely watched copyright case involving the company's Java programming language as the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear Google Inc's appeal. The decision upholds a ruling that allows Oracle to seek licensing fees for the use of some of the Java language.

  • WASHINGTON, June 29- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear Google Inc's appeal in a major software copyright case, leaving intact a ruling that would allow Oracle Corp to charge licensing fees for the use of some of its Java programming language. The high court left in place a May 2014 ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in favor of...

  • SUPREME COURT DECLINES TO HEAR GOOGLE APPEAL IN SOFTWARE COPYRIGHT DISPUTE WITH ORACLE.

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