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Xbox One Launching In China In September, Starting At Just $599 - at Forbes.com - 1 minute ago
Microsoft will launch its Xbox One video game console in China this September with a surprising price-tag.
Snapchat Said to Have Had Talks With Alibaba on Potential Investment - at The New York Times - 5 minutes ago
If a deal was reached, it would represent a big bet on the future of Snapchat, the pioneer of disappearing messaging applications. Alibaba, meanwhile, has stepped up its venture capital investments as ...
Seven in Ten Americans Think Others Lied on This Poll - but Fewer than One in Ten Admit to Doing So Themselves - PR Newswire - 13 minutes ago
These are some of the results of The Harris Poll® of 2,097 adults surveyed online between July 17 and 21, 2014. Nielsen has a presence in approximately 100 countries, with headquarters in New York, USA and Diemen, the Netherlands.
Twitter Soars on Earnings Blowout: Tech Winners & Losers - at TheStreet.com - 17 minutes ago
Twitter shares rose more than 20% after reporting its second-quarter earnings, while NQ shares rose on a buyout offer and Pitney Bowes shares rose following earnings in line with expectations.
[$$] Garmin Profit Rises 5.5%, Beats Expectations - at The Wall Street Journal Online - 30 minutes ago
Garmin said its second-quarter earnings rose 5.5% as sales in the fitness and aviation segments jumped.
Twitter shares are still a buy, charts show - at MarketWatch - 30 minutes ago
Twitter shares are flying a bit high, and are likely to pull back some time soon. But Dorsey, Wright & Associates’ Tom Dorsey believes investors should use weakness as an opportunity to buy a stock that ...
A Night Vision Case for iPhone 5 - - 32 minutes ago
Want to see in the dark and look through walls? FLIR Systems has just the gizmo for you: the FLIR One case for the iPhone 5 or 5s.
The “right to be forgotten” can’t work on the internet, UK Lords argue - paidContent.org - 32 minutes ago
A House of Lords committee has slammed the "right to be forgotten" ruling of Europe's top court, as well as the interpretation of the concept that's in the new Data Protection Directive.
Right to be forgotten can’t work, UK Lords argue - paidContent.org - 32 minutes ago
A House of Lords committee has slammed the "right to be forgotten" ruling of Europe's top court, as well as the interpretation of the concept that's in the new Data Protection Directive.
Fuel-cell maker Hydrogenics expects first-ever profit this year - Reuters - 34 minutes ago
Canada's Hydrogenics Corp reported a much smaller-than-expected quarterly loss and said it expects to post its first-ever profit on an adjusted basis this year, indicating a rise in demand for its fuel cells used in power backup systems. Nasdaq-listed shares in Hydrogenics rose as much as 8 percent to $22.50 in morning trading. Hydrogenics said the increase was mainly driven by a joint venture announced last month with a unit of South Korean conglomerate Kolon Corp to power its renewable energy projects in the Asian country. Fuel cells convert hydrogen and oxygen into electricity and offer a cleaner alternative to lead-acid batteries.
IAC reports 2Q loss - AP - 38 minutes ago
IAC/InterActiveCorp (IACI) on Wednesday reported a second-quarter loss after posting a profit in the same period a year earlier. The company's results fell short of analysts' expectations. The New York-based ...
Your Retirement Number: Who Cares? - at Forbes.com - 38 minutes ago
Calling the obsession 'absurd,' this financial expert has a different strategy.
[video] Twitter Rating Cut to 'Sell' at Pivotal Research - at TheStreet.com - 42 minutes ago
Twitter posted better-than-expected quarterly earnings on Tuesday, along with monthly average users that climbed 24% year over year and ad revenue that increased 129%.
Chunghwa Telecom's Q2 Earnings and Revenues Decline Y/Y - Zacks.com - 43 minutes ago
Chunghwa Telecom Co. Ltd. (CHT) declared weak financial results for the second quarter of 2014.
Gogo Inc. Closes $75 Million Credit Facility Add-On - PR Newswire - 43 minutes ago
ITASCA, Ill., July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Gogo Inc. (NASDAQ: GOGO), a leading global aero communications service provider, announced today that it has obtained a $75 million increase to its existing ...
Aereo loss offsets growth at IAC dating sites - at FT.com - 43 minutes ago
IAC felt the sting of the US Supreme Court's blow to Aereo, taking a $66.6m writedown on the shuttered streaming video service and other investments that contributed to a $18m second-quarter loss. The ...
[video] An Options Play on Ctrip International - at Bloomberg - 48 minutes ago
July 30 (Bloomberg) -- Bay Crest Partners Equity Derivatives Strategist Anshul Agarwal discusses Twitter and his options play for CTRP with Scarlet Fu on “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Sprint Weighing Price Cuts as Subscriber Fight Escalates - at Bloomberg - 49 minutes ago
Sprint Corp. (S) is considering cutting rates for customers, as the third-largest U.S. carrier gets pulled into the mobile-phone industry’s escalating competition over prices. While Sprint finally ended more than six years of losses with a $23 million profit in the fiscal first quarter, it still lost 245,000 contract subscribers. The continued flight of lucrative customers to rivals with faster networks and cheaper plans has forced Sprint Chief Executive Officer Dan Hesse to consider price cuts as he braces for a battle for subscribers this holiday season. While there has been no decision on price reductions, Hesse said that Sprint is less competitive in some areas of group plan offerings.
Why NCR (NCR) Stock Is Up Today - at TheStreet.com - 50 minutes ago
NCR (NCR) is gaining Wednesday after beating analysts' estimates for earnings in the second quarter.
UK gives green light to driverless cars - at FT.com - 51 minutes ago
Motor insurers will need to overhaul their business models to remain relevant in the coming decades executives and consultants said on Wednesday, after driverless cars were given the green light to drive ...

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