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January 30, 2014
06:50 EDTGOOG, LNVGYGoogle didn't do too badly on Motorola deal, NY Times columnist says
After accounting for the cash on hand and tax credits that Motorola had when it was acquired by Google (GOOG), along with the value of patents that Google will retain and the previous sale of Motorola's set-top box business, Google "did not do so bad" on the Motorola deal, according to a New York Times columnist. Excluding the value of the Motorola patents that Google will retain and operating losses accrued by the unit, Google lost about $3.2B on the deal, the newspaper noted. In 2012 Google valued the unit's patents and developed technology at about $5.5B, the newspaper stated. citing a regulatory filing. Reference Link
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April 15, 2014
12:45 EDTGOOGEarnings Preview: Google shares down 8% since last earnings report
Google (GOOG, GOOGL) is expected to report first quarter earnings after the market close on Wednesday, April 16 with a conference call scheduled for 4:30 pm ET. Google is a global technology company that focuses on Internet search, cloud computing, and advertising technologies. EXPECTATIONS: Analysts are looking for earnings per share of $6.39 on revenue of $15.52B. The consensus range is $5.83-$6.96 for EPS, and $14.94B-$16.12B for revenue, according to First Call. LAST QUARTER: Google reported Q4 EPS $12.01 against estimates of $12.26 on revenue of $16.86B against estimates of $16.75B. Google reported Q4 paid clicks up 31% and average cost-per-click decreased approximately 11%. The company also reported Q4 Sites revenue $10.55B and Q4 Network revenue $3.52B. NEWS: Google effectively split its stock with a dividend distribution of Class C shares, which began trading in early April. In the past quarter, the company reached a deal with a European Union after sending an improved commitments proposal in context of the ongoing antitrust investigation on online search and search advertising. Google also announced that it resolved the copyright litigation with Viacom (VIA, VIAB). The company announced partnerships and agreements with VMware (VMW), Cisco (CSCO), and OmniVision (OVTI) as well as acquisitions of SlickLogin, Titan Aerospace and parts of Green Throttle Games. STREET RESEARCH: Cantor said Google is being boosted by product listing ads, which are expected to increase the company's 2014 ad revenue by $1B. Atlantic Equities and Bernstein said Google's weakness provides a buying opportunity, citing strong year-over-year revenue growth at "core Google." Bernstein added predictions that Google Play, Computer and App Engine, and Apps for Enterprise and government will become multi-billion dollar businesses. Ahead of the Q1 earnings, Susquehanna said the results should beat expectations due to continued website growth, PLAs, and early benefits from Enhanced Campaigns and YouTube. PRICE ACTION: Google shares have dropped over 8% since the first day of trading following the company's Q4 report. In Tuesday midday trading ahead of Q1 report, Google shares are down a little over 2%.
08:39 EDTGOOGNetlist patent with LRDIMM claims confirmed in reexamination
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08:20 EDTGOOGAeroVironment has limited comparability to Google acquisition, says CRT Capital
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07:11 EDTGOOGLattice FPGAs selected by Google ATAP Group for Project Ara smartphone prototype
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06:46 EDTGOOGGoogle price target raised to $700 from $650 at Jefferies
Jefferies raised its price target for Google shares to $700 ahead of the company's Q1 results on Wednesday and it keeps a Buy rating on the stock. The new price target reflects the sale of Motorola. Jefferies notes its survey indicates Google's traffic trends were solid in Q1.
06:38 EDTGOOGGoogle to use satellites to take photos, expand use of Internet, NY Times says
Google said that it would use Titan Aerospace's drone satellites to take photos of the Earth and connect people to the Internet, according to The New York Times. Google announced yesterday that it would buy Titan. Reference Link
06:02 EDTGOOGGoogle Glass goes on sale to U.S. residents today, USA Today reports
Beginning at 9 am ET, Google Glass will be available for U.S. residents for $1,500 plus tax, USA Today reports. This one-day sale is an expansion of the company's 2012 Glass Explorer program. Reference Link
April 14, 2014
14:06 EDTGOOGGoogle to acquire Titan Aerospace, WSJ says
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13:32 EDTGOOGGoogle April volatility elevated at 68 into Q1 and revenue outlook
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07:06 EDTGOOGU.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation to hold a symposium
GEOINT 2013 Symposium, originally scheduled for October 2013, is being held in Tampa, Florida on April 14-17.
06:11 EDTGOOGIntel works with HzO to enhance water resistance in products, DigiTimes says
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06:09 EDTLNVGYLenovo sees 200% increase in PC sales to small, medium businesses, DigiTimes say
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April 13, 2014
20:11 EDTGOOGGoogle, Palo Alto, Cvent worth looking into, Barron's says
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April 11, 2014
06:43 EDTGOOGGoogle enhancing Android security with apps checks, Re/code says
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06:29 EDTGOOGGoogle says 'Jelly Bean' affected by Heartbleed
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05:57 EDTGOOGCisco, Juniper say some products affected by Heartbleed bug, WSJ reports
Both Cisco (CSCO) and Juniper (JNPR) have disclosed that some of their products are affected by the Heartbleed bug, the Wall Street Journal reports. The companies say the security flaw affects routers, switches and firewalls used by businesses. Reference Link
April 10, 2014
13:58 EDTGOOGGoogle to let any U.S. resident buy Google Glass, The Verge says
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06:49 EDTLNVGY, GOOGMotorola Mobility names Osterloh COO
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06:29 EDTGOOGAT&T in talks to bring ultrafast internet to North Carolina, WSJ reports
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06:23 EDTLNVGYIDC says worldwide PC shipments totaled 73.4M units in Q1, down 4.4% y/y
Worldwide PC shipments totaled 73.4 million units in 1Q14, a decline of -4.4% year on year, according to the International Data Corporation Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker. Although still in decline and with continuing weakness in consumer and emerging market segments, the preliminary results are slightly better than a projected decline of -5.3%. The U.S. market continued to stabilize with growth near zero in line with forecasts. With shipments totaling 14.3 million PCs in 1Q14, the U.S. market contracted by -0.6% from the same quarter a year ago. Desktop shipments were slightly stronger, posting 3.5% growth, while portables remained in negative territory. Lenovo (LNVGY) preserved its lead in total worldwide PC shipments despite a seasonal drop due to the Chinese New Year. Growth in other regions continued at a solid pace although Latin America slowed after a dramatic expansion over the past year. HP (HPQ) remained in the number 2 position, with growth rising nicely to nearly 5% year on year. Dell grew over 9% in the first quarter.
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