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April 22, 2014
06:37 EDTAMZN, GOOG, RAXCompanies with cloud businesses worried about Aereo case, Re/code says
Cloud computing companies are worried that they could be negatively affected by a Supreme Court ruling against Internet TV startup Aereo, according to Re/code. Aereo is similar to cloud computing companies because it stores TV programs and transmits them to users' devices, Mitch Stoltz, a staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, told Re/code. But broadcasters say cloud computing companies have nothing to worry about, the website added. Google (GOOG), (AMZN), and Rackspace (RAX) all have cloud computing businesses. Reference Link
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September 29, 2015
13:14 EDTGOOGGoogle announces Chromecast Audio
Google announced the Chromecast Audio, a small device that plugs into home speaker systems to stream audio from existing Android apps.
13:09 EDTGOOGGoogle to bring Showtime, NBA content to Chromecast
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13:03 EDTGOOGGoogle announces $14.99 family plan for Google Play Music
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13:00 EDTGOOGGoogle Nexus 5X available for preorder Tuesday at $379
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12:52 EDTGOOGAndroid Marshmallow to improve battery life up to 30%
Google provided additional detail on its Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system during its 2015 Nexus event. Marshmallow features intuitive app learning, and will, for example, learn which apps users tend to launch at certain times of the day. The operating system will feature fewer preloaded apps, and more than 25% of the preinstalled apps can be uninstalled. Marshmallow will also include Now On Tap, allowing users to pull up additional information and perform in-app Google searches by performing a long button press. Phones running on Android M, or Marshmallow, can also take advantage of "Doze," a low-power mode detects when a device isn't in use to offer up to 30% improved battery life. The operating system rolls out next week to Nexus devices.
12:33 EDTGOOGGoogle announces Nexus 5X smartphone
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12:29 EDTGOOGGoogle announces Nexus 6P smartphone
The Nexus 6P features an all-metal body and a 5.7-inch AMOLED display. The phone is manufactured in cooperation with Huawei, and includes a USB-C port that can charge the device twice as fast as an Apple (AAPL) iPhone 6 Plus, according to Google (GOOG). The 6P uses a 12.3 megapixel rear-facing Sony (SNE) camera, as well as a 5 megapixel front-facing camera. The phone also includes Nexus Imprint, an advanced fingerprint authentication technology. Google executives are speaking at the company's Nexus 2015 event.
12:28 EDTGOOGGoogle October volatility at 52-week high
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12:23 retests round number support at $500
The shares are retesting near $500, which is a psychologically important round number support. On a break below $500 next support would be at $494.47. Resistance is at $504.72.
11:23 EDTGOOGNeuroMetrix launches Android app for Quell
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11:05 EDTGOOGComcast launches video platform Watchable, Business Insider reports
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10:36 EDTGOOGGoogle to hold annual autumn event
The company holds an event where it is expected to unveil its new Nexus smartphones, a Nexus 5X and 6P, as well as update its Chromecast range and Android Marshmallow, the new version of its operating system, in San Francisco on September 29 at 12 pm. Webcast Link
09:42 EDTGOOGD-Wave agrees to provide tech to Google, NASA, USRA
Harris & Harris (TINY) said its portfolio company, D-Wave Systems, announced that it has entered into a new agreement covering the installation of a succession of D-Wave systems located at NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California. This agreement supports collaboration among Google (GOOG), NASA, and USRA that is dedicated to studying how quantum computing can advance artificial intelligence and machine learning and the solution of difficult optimization problems. The new agreement enables Google and its partners to keep their D-Wave system operating at the state-of-the-art level of performance for up to seven years, with new generations of D-Wave systems to be installed at NASA Ames as they become available.
09:35 EDTAMZNActive equity options trading on open
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09:31 EDTGOOGRe/code to hold a discussion
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09:04 EDTAMZNSizmek selected to join Amazon Creative Partner Program
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09:01 EDTAMZNAmazon says Universal Music Group artists available for Prime members to stream
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07:11 EDTAMZNWal-Mart expands pick-up service to new markets, Fortune says
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06:56 EDTGOOGApple markets privacy, criticizes Google, Verge says
Apple (AAPL) continues to strengthen its credentials as a company caring about privacy, having updated its privacy site, adding in details on how data is collected for new iOS 9 features, such as the News app, the Verge reports. The site includes a letter from CEO Tim Cook, the report says. The company's description of Maps privacy may be a thinly-veiled criticism of Google (GOOG), the Verge says. Reference Link
06:20 EDTAMZNAmazon taps independent drivers for Flex service, WSJ reports
Amazon has recently rolled out a program in Seattle to bring merchandise to customers' homes using a network of independent contractors, the Wall Street Journal reports. The new service, called Amazon Flex, has people signing up for shifts through an app that gives them assignments from mini-warehouses, the report says. Amazon pays its drivers roughly $20 an hour to make deliveries, the report says. Reference Link
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