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  • Uber driver looking for new passengers in Washington, D.C.

    Uber published a blog post Thursday morning that intended to clarify its tipping policy, but is instead drawing more controversy.

  • April 28- Symantec Corp, best known for its Norton antivirus software, estimated fourth-quarter profit and revenue below analysts' estimates, and said Chief Executive Michael Brown would step down. Symantec estimated revenue of $873 million for the quarter ended April 1, lower than its forecast of $885 million- $915 million. The company estimated an adjusted...

  • CUPERTINO, California— Apple is edging its way a little further into health care with the release of new iPhone apps that patients can use to manage their own medical conditions— from diabetes to pregnancy and even depression. Apple says larger organizations, including the University of Rochester and hospitals at the Texas Medical Center, are working on...

  • MELVILLE, N.Y. _ FalconStor Software Inc. on Wednesday reported a first-quarter loss of $4.3 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier. The Melville, New York- based company said it had a loss of 11 cents per share. Keywords: FalconStor Software, Earnings Report.

  • April 27- Software maker VMware Inc said on Wednesday Bill Fathers, executive vice president and general manager of its cloud services business unit, will leave the company, effective May 3. Fathers' role will be filled by two "co-general managers" for cloud, Allwyn Sequeira and Laura Ortman, according to Fortune, which first reported the exit citing several...

  • Tea leaves in cup, reading tea leaves, for apple story

    Apple's latest quarterly results are less than encouraging, but the numbers may not be as bad as they look.

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook gestures on stage during an Apple special event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on March 9, 2015 in San Francisco, California

    Investors may have focused on the decline in iPhone shipments but there was one bright spot which could be a key driver of growth for Apple.

  • MILWAUKEE _ Rockwell Automation Inc. on Wednesday reported fiscal second-quarter earnings of $168 million. Rockwell Automation expects full-year earnings in the range of $5.75 to $6.15 per share. Rockwell Automation shares have climbed 13 percent since the beginning of the year, while the Standard& Poor's 500 index has increased slightly more than 2...

  • TOKYO— Japanese video-game maker Nintendo Co. reported a 24 billion yen loss for January-March Wednesday, bigger than the loss it reported the previous year. Nintendo also said Wednesday that its new game platform codenamed NX will be launched globally in March next year. Recent sales of Nintendo's Wii U machine have lagged rivals Sony Corp.' s PlayStation 4...

  • *Viruses appear not to have posed threat to facility's operations. FRANKFURT, April 27- A nuclear power plant in Germany has been found to be infected with computer viruses, but they appear not to have posed a threat to the facility's operations because it is isolated from the Internet, the station's operator said on Tuesday. The Gundremmingen plant, located about...

  • Ripple effect

    Semiconductor and chip supplier stocks were lower after Apple posted disappointing quarterly results.

  • FRANKFURT, April 26- A nuclear power plant in Germany has been found to be infected with computer viruses, but they appear not to have posed a threat to the facility's operations because it is isolated from the Internet, the station's operator said on Tuesday. The Gundremmingen plant, located about 120 km northwest of Munich, is run by the German utility RWE.

  • April 26- Security software maker Fortinet Inc reported a 33.7 percent jump in quarterly revenue, as governments and companies spend more to protect themselves from cyber attacks. However, the company posted a net loss of $3.43 million, or 2 cents per share, in the first quarter ended March 31, compared with a net profit of $1.56 million, or 1 cent per share, a year...

  • WESTON, Fla. _ The Ultimate Software Group Inc. on Tuesday reported first-quarter profit of $2.4 million. Eleven analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $180.2 million. For the current quarter ending in July, Ultimate Software said it expects revenue in the range of $187 million.

  • Alcor member Elaine Walker plans to be cryopreserved after death.

    In the Arizona desert rests 147 brains and bodies frozen in liquid nitrogen, perhaps to be revived one day.

  • Microsoft says nearly three-quarters of its cloud customers are using more than one product on offer.

  • Microsoft Word Flow for iOS

    The new iOS version will let you tap or swipe to type out words and intelligently predict words for sentences, The Verge reports.

  • EXCLUSIVE-SWIFT DEVELOPS SOFTWARE UPDATE FOR ITS CLIENTS THAT IS SET TO BE ISSUED MONDAY.

  • April 25- The attackers who stole $81 million from the Bangladesh central bank probably hacked into software from the SWIFT financial platform that is at the heart of the global financial system, said security researchers at British defense contractor BAE Systems. The software update and warning from Brussels- based SWIFT, or the Society for Worldwide...

  • EXCLUSIVE-HACKERS IN BANGLADESH BANK HEIST PROBABLY BROKE INTO SWIFT'S FINANCIAL MESSAGING SOFTWARE- SECURITY RESEARCHERS AT BAE.

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