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The VR camp at the festival will boast demo stations showcasing the latest technology, animated narrative films and 360-degree music videos.
NEW YORK— Shares of GameStop skidded Friday after the video game retailer reported strong second-quarter results but gave a forecast that disappointed Wall Street. GameStop said sales of downloadable content for "Batman: Arkham Night" and "Witcher 3" powered its results, and the company's adjusted profit and revenue came in above Wall Street estimates.
NEW YORK— Video game maker Activision Blizzard and airline United Continental Holdings Inc. are going to become a part of the S&P 500.. Activision Blizzard, which makes games including "World of Warcraft" and "Call of Duty," will replace Pall Corp. after the market close on Friday. United Continental will replace Hospira Inc. after the Sept. 2 market close.
Aug 27- Autodesk Inc, the maker of computer-aided design software, cut its full-year profit and revenue forecast for the second time this year, sending its shares down 7 percent. Autodesk also reported lower-than-expected quarterly revenue as its licensing revenue declined because of the company's shift to a cloud-based subscription model.
Aug 27- Autodesk Inc, the maker of computer-aided design software, reported lower-than-expected quarterly revenue as its licensing revenue declined because of the company's shift to a cloud-based subscription model. Shares of Autodesk, which also cut its current-year profit forecast for the second time, fell 5.5 percent to $47.24 in after-market trading...
ATLANTA _ American Software Inc. on Thursday reported fiscal first-quarter earnings of $2.6 million. American Software shares have dropped almost 8 percent since the beginning of the year. Keywords: American Software, Earnings Report.
Aug 27- Autodesk Inc, the maker of computer-aided design software, reported a 4.3 percent fall in quarterly revenue as its licensing revenue declined because of the company's shift to a cloud subscription-based model. Autodesk reported a net loss of $235.5 million, or $1.04 per share, compared with a profit of $31.3 million, or 13 cents per share, a year earlier.
BNY Mellon said an accounting system it relies on to calculate the prices of clients' mutual funds and exchange traded funds broke down over the weekend just as investors headed into a global market meltdown sparked by fears over the Chinese economy. The system, run by financial software provider SunGard, resumed with limited capacity on Tuesday but was still...
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. _ QAD Inc. on Wednesday reported fiscal second-quarter earnings of $1.6 million. For the current quarter ending in November, QAD Inc. expects its per-share earnings to be 13 cents. QAD Inc. expects full-year earnings to be 49 cents per share, with revenue expected to be $295 million.
Aug 26- Workday Inc reported a 51.4 percent jump in quarterly revenue, helped by strong growth in subscription to its web-based human resource management software. The company's revenue rose to $282.7 million in the second quarter ended July 31, from $186.8 million a year earlier. Net loss widened to $69.4 million from $69.2 million.
BNY Mellon blamed the pricing glitch on a system used by financial software provider SunGard. BNY Mellon spokesman Kevin Heine said he did not know how many funds had been affected. BNY Mellon was able to construct Monday net asset values for all affected funds.
SAN FRANCISCO— Microsoft said Wednesday that its new Windows 10 software is running on more than 75 million computers, tablets and other devices— in just under a month since the operating system was released. Microsoft Corp., which is best known for making software for personal computers, is hoping Windows 10 will help it rebuild loyalty among users who are...
PITTSBURGH— A Carnegie Mellon University student who hoped to sell enough malicious software to infect 450,000 Google Android smartphones pleaded guilty Tuesday to a federal law meant to prevent hacking of phones and computers. But how many phones were actually infected by Morgan Culbertson's malicious creation remained a mystery after his court...
NEW YORK, Aug 24- Hey, remember that newsletter that let you sign up for a free trial? How about that old domain name you registered, or your kid's gaming membership, or the magazine subscription that was initially offered as a freebie. "Nine out of 10 people don't check their credit-card charges carefully," says Mick Weinstein, vice president of software company...
FRANKFURT, Aug 21- Smartphone apps that help people learn languages for free or nearly free, a few sentences at a time, are piling pressure on established education firms and setting the pace for how to make lessons more engaging. Phone and tablet-based mobile products from newcomers like Germany's Babbel, Britain's Memrise and U.S.-based Duolingo have...
HP shares were choppy after it reported that sales fell 8 percent year over year, hit by continued struggles in its legacy business.
SAN FRANCISCO— The data breach affecting customers of the Ashley Madison website may be salacious, embarrassing or even ruinous for those involved. All told, more than 780 data breaches were reported last year by U.S. businesses, government agencies and other organizations that had customer or employee data exposed through hacking or inadvertent leaks,...
As the world migrates to code, AppDynamics is more than doubling annual sales by helping companies find, attack and prevent problems.
Chinese smartphone sales saw the first year-on-year decline in the second quarter, a report says, and global growth is slowing.
Global smartphone sales are slowing down, according to a new report. Has China reached a saturation point?
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