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February 23, 2013
15:12 EDTGOOG, AAPL, NOK, P, AMZNGoogle looks to launch music streaming service, FT says
In a move that reflects Google's (GOOG) ambition to expand into new ventures and diversify its revenue streams away from advertising, which accounts for most of its revenues, Google is working to strengthen, its current download store with a streaming service that could take on the likes of Spotify, Slacker and Nokia (NOK) Music. Sources say Google is currently in the negotiation stage with record labels, and that its service would likely feature both paid and free, ad-supported components, says the Financial Times adding that the impending launch of Google's streaming music, may put pressure on Amazon (AMZN) and Apple (AAPL), which both have download stores but have not yet developed a commercial music streaming product.
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April 4, 2014
06:22 EDTGOOGNest Labs halts sales of smart smoke alarms
Nest Labs announced it is stopping sales of its Nest Protect: Smoke + Carbon Monoxide alarm because of a defect that can cause owners to inadvertently turn them off. The company says "At Nest, we conduct regular, rigorous tests to ensure that our products are the highest quality. During recent laboratory testing of the Nest Protect smoke alarm, we observed a unique combination of circumstances that caused us to question whether the Nest Wave -- a feature that enables you to turn off your alarm with a wave of the hand -- could be unintentionally activated. This could delay an alarm going off if there was a real fire. We identified this problem ourselves and are not aware of any customers who have experienced this. We feel that the best and safest thing to do is to immediately disable the Nest Wave feature to resolve the issue and remove any safety concerns. While we fix Nest Wave, we have also halted sales of all new Nest Protect alarms to ensure no one buys an alarm that needs an immediate update." Google acquired Nest Labs earlier this year. Reference Link
06:14 EDTAAPLApple acquires Novauris, terms not disclosed, Re/code reports
Apple has confirmed that it has acquired Novauris Technologies, a speech technology company, Re/code reports. Reference Link
06:01 EDTGOOGAcacia Research resolves action with Motorola Mobility
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April 3, 2014
16:00 EDTAAPL, AMZNOptions Update; April 3, 2014
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15:10 EDTGOOGVIX methodology for Google decreases 9.2% after 2-1 stock split
VIX methodology for Google (VXGOG) is recently down 9.2% to 28.56 after 2-1 stock split
12:46 EDTAMZNAmazon.com falls through support, selling accelerates
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12:20 EDTGOOGGoogle considers wireless service in Fiber markets, The Information says
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10:38 EDTAMZNAmazon.com falls, levels to watch
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10:00 EDTPPandora rises 5.1%
Pandora is up 5.1%, or $1.59, to $33.03
09:37 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading on open
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09:30 EDTAAPLApple, Pfizer others create 'go slow' patent lobby group, Reuters says
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08:54 EDTGOOGGoogle Class C shares begin trading today
Google (GOOG) is effectively splitting its stock via a dividend distribution of new "Class C" shares, which begin trading today. The price of existing Google A shares, which hold one vote each, is expected to fall by half today as the C shares begin trading. WHAT'S NOTABLE: In January, Google announced that its board approved a dividend of Class C shares to be distributed on April 2 to holders of record as of March 27. The new Class C shares will trade under the ticker "GOOG" and the company's existing Class A shares will trade under a new ticker, "GOOGL." The company has previously said that its Q1 GAAP EPS will be half of what it would otherwise report because its net earnings are divided by twice as many shares. The company also said that its non-GAAP EPS will be similarly affected by the Class C dividend issuance, but will also be impacted by the expected sale of Motorola Mobile to Lenovo (LNVGY). This sale triggers "discontinued operations" accounting treatment, Google noted. Both Google Class A and Class C will be included in the S&P 500 and S&P 100 and there will not be a switch from Class A to Class C. Class A shares will subsequently be removed from Nasdaq indexes when the exchange operator rebalances them on June 23. By introducing non-voting C shares, Google's Sergey Brin and Larry Page will be able to issue stock to compensate workers or make acquisitions without diluting their voting stake, Bloomberg has noted.
08:52 EDTAMZNAmazon.com media revenue to benefit from Fire TV, says JMP Securities
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08:31 EDTPPandora reports 75.3M active listeners at the end of March
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07:55 EDTAMZNNuance seems to be powering Amazon Fire TV voice search, says Wedbush
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07:50 EDTGOOGNew Google shares land in market, Bloomberg says
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07:40 EDTAAPLApple bulls bet new products to prompt stock revival, Bloomberg says
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07:25 EDTAMZNAudience voice processor used in FireTV, says JPMorgan
JPMorgan says its research indicates the Amazon (AMZN) voice-activated FireTV uses Audience's (ADNC) latest generation voice processor. The company adds that a teardown of the latest Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone reveals that Audience's latest voice processor is in the device as well. The firm reiterates an Overweight rating on Audience shares with a $14.50 price target.
06:29 EDTGOOGTaiwan makers: Chromebook shipments in 2014 to reach 4M-5M units, DigiTimes says
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06:24 EDTGOOGGoogle could ship up to 11M Chromebooks worldwide by 2019, DigiTimes says
ABI Research believes Google could ship an estimated 11M Chromebooks in 2019 after shipping nearly 2.1M in 2013, reports DigiTimes. Research Analyst Stephanie Van Vactor said the device is a disruptive force to the portable PC market after finding the ASP to be $338. Reference Link
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