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We heard Oracle managers held a four-hour strategy meeting to discuss its super-important retail division - Business Insider - 1 minute ago
We just heard that Oracle's senior management sales team held a four-hour strategy pow...
Sprint Gives DirecTV Customers One Year Of Free Wireless Service, In Direct Attack On AT&T - at - 16 minutes ago
Sprint's offer to DirecTV subscribers is the struggling wireless company's latest salvo against its competitors.
Why Intel will spend $16.7 billion on Altera - at Fortune - 57 minutes ago
The secret is in Altera's programmable chips.
Trouble In China? No Problem For Top Tech Stock CDW - at Investor's Business Daily, Inc. - 1 hour, 15 minutes ago
China's woes have pummeled global markets in recent days, but that's not a problem for top tech stock CDW (CDW). The provider of information technology hardware and software hit a new high Thursday, climbing ...
CAD software maker Autodesk's forecast disappoints - Reuters - 1 hour, 18 minutes ago
Autodesk Inc, the maker of computer-aided design (CAD) 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. The company forecast an adjusted profit of 60-72 cents per share for the year ending Jan. 31, well below the average analyst forecast of $1.04.
Violin Memory Plunges 26%: FYQ2 Rev, Q3 View Miss - at - 1 hour, 31 minutes ago
Shares of flash-memory storage technology vendor Violin Memory (VMEM) are down 63 cents, or 26%, at $1.80, in late trading, after the company this afternoon reported fiscal Q2 revenue that missed analysts' expectations, and also missed with its forecast for revenue this quarter, but trumpeted a smaller-than-expected net loss. CEO Kevin DeNuccio called the revenue growth from Q1's level "substantial," and said it was "driven by significantly higher sales of Flash Storage Platform primary storage solutions to Fortune Global 500 and Fortune 1000-ranked enterprises." Added DeNuccio, "While our top-line result came in below prior guidance, our continued strong focus on financial management contributed to a bottom line result better than the consensus view." DeNuccio was upbeat about the outlook: With renewed growth in the second quarter and improving execution, we anticipate continued growth over the next several quarters fueled by new Flash Storage Platform wins and repeat purchases as customers begin to expand their initial Flash Storage Platform installations.
Silicon Labs’ Board of Directors Authorizes New $100 Million Share Repurchase Program - Business Wire - 1 hour, 46 minutes ago
Silicon Labs , a leading provider of silicon, software and system solutions for the Internet of Things , today announced that its board of directors approved a new share repurchase program that authorizes management to buy back up to $100 million of the Company's common stock through fiscal year 2016.
Here's why Intel can't stop investing in drone companies - Business Insider - 1 hour, 53 minutes ago
Intel has got a thing for drones. The world's largest chipmaker announced this week that it...
Silicon Valley tech giant buys Raleigh-based RTI spinoff for $39M - at - 2 hours, 3 minutes ago
Silicon Valley technology firm Tessera Technologies (TSRA) is acquiring Raleigh-based Ziptronix for $39 million in an all cash deal. The buyout means a big pay day for CEO Dan Donabedian and the rest of the six-person team, all of whom, Donabedian confirms, have equity in the company. Tessera hopes its buy of the company will allow it to expand on its existing advanced packaging capabilities by adding a low-temperature wafer bonding technology platform to accelerate innovation in the semiconductor industry.
HealthEquity Named One of Utah’s Fastest Growing Companies - Business Wire - 2 hours, 4 minutes ago
Utah Business magazine today announced its list of “Fast 50” companies for 2015, naming HealthEquity as one of Utah’s fastest-growing companies.
Fitbit, Garmin Beat Apple as Running Tech, Says Baird - at - 2 hours, 11 minutes ago
Now a third note has come over the transom from R.W. Baird's William Power, who personally tested three devices from the companies. Garmin also calculates cadence, which neither Apple nor Fitbit currently include.
AT&T And New York City Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina Celebrate 2015 Girls Who Code Graduates - PR Newswire - 2 hours, 18 minutes ago
The students participated in an intensive curriculum program, logging more than 300 hours of computer science experience. They also attended field trips and met with leading women in technology to build their awareness. "New York City's girls and young women are our next generation of engineers, software developers, and scientists.
Google Chrome shuts down background tab autoplay - at Fortune - 2 hours, 19 minutes ago
From all of us to you, Google: thank you.
Kids Ride Safe With the 2015 Autobytel Child Passenger Safety Campaign and Car Seat Sweepstakes - GlobeNewswire - 2 hours, 24 minutes ago
IRVINE, Calif. -- Autobytel Inc. , a leading provider of online automotive services connecting consumers with dealers, has launched its 2015 Child Passenger Safety Campaign, with informative child car ...
Fitbit: IDC Report Bit of a Muddle, Says Raymond James - at - 2 hours, 25 minutes ago
Raymond James analyst Tavis McCourt this afternoon weighed in on the report earlier today from market research firm IDC that predicted Apple (AAPL) will eventually come to dominate the field of wearable technology, even though the first partial quarter's worth of sales currently trail sales of market leader Fitbit (FIT). Fitbit shares dropped $3.43, or almost 9%, to close down $34.97, while Apple stock rose $3.23, or almost 3%, to $112.92. McCourt, who has Underperform ratings on both comapanies' stocks, but a Market Perform rating on fellow wearables maker Garmin (GRMN), writes that both Fitbit and Garmin were caught up in the data but that it hardly seemed surprising to him.
Instagram Makes Biggest Ever Photo Changes - at - 2 hours, 25 minutes ago
Google has a very clever recruiting trick - at Fortune - 2 hours, 29 minutes ago
Want to code for Google? Look beyond the job board.
SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Levi & Korsinsky, LLP Notifies Shareholders of Dot Hill Systems Corp. of Commencement of an Investigation Concerning the Fairness of the Sale of the Company to Seagate Technology PLC -- HILL - PR Newswire - 2 hours, 31 minutes ago
NEW YORK, Aug. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The following statement is being issued by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP: To: All Persons or Entities who purchased Dot Hill Systems Corp. stock prior to August 19, 2015 ...
Facebook's Instagram adds new photo sizes to keep users, attract ads - Reuters - 2 hours, 31 minutes ago
Instagram has added new layout options in addition to its signature square for pictures and videos in a bid to attract more advertisers and to stop users defecting to more flexible services such as Snapchat. The move is the first major alteration to the photo-sharing, social media service since Facebook Inc bought it for $1 billion in 2012, and addresses the wishes of many of its 300 million users, who have been constrained by the square format. "It boils down to giving advertisers and users more options," said Debra Aho Williamson, a social media marketing and advertising analyst.
Sprint offers DirecTV customers free year of phone service - AP - 2 hours, 37 minutes ago
Sprint is offering DirecTV customers one free year of cellphone service in a bold move aimed at the satellite TV company's new owner, AT&T. AT&T, which bought DirecTV for $48.5 billion in July, has been ...

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