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News For GOOG;EMC;VMW;INTC;GILD;FRX From The Last 14 Days
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September 10, 2014
05:32 EDTGOOGCray appoints Steve Scott as Chief Technology Officer
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September 9, 2014
19:39 EDTVMWVMware initiated with a Buy at Maxim
Target $120.00.
14:12 EDTINTCApple confirms wireless charging for Apple Watch
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13:03 EDTINTCIntel head feels expensive tablet chip plan beneficial, Reuters says
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09:34 EDTGILDGilead recently started cutting Sovaldi pricing by 8%, says Cleveland Research
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09:09 EDTGOOGGoogle's Nest says adds Dropcam to Works with Nest
Nest announced on its blog, "This year at CEDIA, we can announce our success - developers have come pouring in and Nest now works with a whole family of products. Today that family includes Dropcam and, at long last, leading whole-home automation systems. Over the last year, our focus has been connecting Nest Learning Thermostats and Nest Protect smoke and carbon monoxide alarms to the rest of your home... Now we’ve added Dropcam to Works with Nest. When your Nest Protect alarm goes off, Dropcam records a clip of the smoke or carbon monoxide event and saves it for you, regardless of whether you pay for Cloud Recording. And when you set your Nest Thermostat to Away and walk out the door, Dropcam automatically turns on motion alerts so you’ll know if anyone’s in the house. Our other major announcement at CEDIA is that Nest products now work seamlessly with URC, RTI, Crestron and Control4." Reference Link
08:51 EDTINTCIntegrated Device says 'working closely' with Intel on wireless charging
Integrated Device Technology (IDTI) announced earlier at the Intel Developer Forum that it is working closely with Intel (INTC) on the development of wireless charging solutions to accelerate the delivery and adoption of the technology. The two companies, both board members of the Alliance for Wireless Power, will define, design and manufacture solutions that comply with the A4WP magnetic resonance standard. The new technology will offer the ability to charge both lower and higher power devices, from wearables and phones to tablets and PCs. The companies expect to have their technology in products in 2015, IDT stated.
07:29 EDTINTCUBM Canon to hold a summit
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07:28 EDTINTC, GOOGThe Money Event, Inc to hold a conference
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07:17 EDTINTC, GOOGThe Wireless Association to hold a conference
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07:13 EDTINTCIntel to hold a forum
Annual Developers Forum: IDF 2014 to be held in San Francisco on September 9-11.
07:11 EDTINTCUBM Tech to hold a conference
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07:05 EDTEMCEMC Corporation to hold a summit
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06:20 EDTGOOGForrester: Apple could sell 10M iWatches this year, FT reports
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05:36 EDTVMW, EMCVMware, Capgemini announce strategic partnership
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September 8, 2014
13:18 EDTINTCIntel 'Grantley' line could drive server processor unit growth, says Wells Fargo
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13:15 EDTINTCIntel introduces Xeon processors for servers
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11:37 EDTGOOGGoogle rises after Jefferies highlights YouTube growth potential
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11:05 EDTGILDOptions with increasing implied volatility
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09:43 EDTGOOGEU authorities seek more concessions from Google in ongoing probe, WSJ says
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