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June 2, 2014
13:52 EDTGOOGLGoogle Class A slips lower, levels to watch
The shares are trading lower after news that Apple's next version OS X, Yosemite, will use Microsoft's Bing for search. At the current price of $560.33, next support is at $556.70, the low of the session so far. Resistance is at $562.90.
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May 27, 2015
07:20 EDTGOOGLMicrosoft bringing Cortana assistant to iOS, Android, The Verge reports
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May 21, 2015
10:15 EDTGOOGLDISH Sling TV releases app for Android TV
DISH (DISH) confirmed that Sling TV launched its Android TV application for Google’s (GOOG) Nexus Player, available for immediate download in the Google Play Store. New customers can purchase a Nexus Player at a 50% discount when they pre-pay for three months of Sling TV or customers can choose to sample Sling TV on their Nexus Player for seven days at no cost, DISH added.
10:04 EDTGOOGLDISH bringing Sling TV to Android TV platform, TechCrunch reports
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May 19, 2015
08:20 EDTGOOGLVerizon CFO sees net phone additions in Q2
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May 18, 2015
11:47 EDTGOOGLAmazon unlikely hurt by Google Buy button in next 3 years, says Piper Jaffray
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster said he does not expect Google's (GOOG) addition of a "Buy" button for mobile e-commerce hurting (AMZN) over the next 1 to 3 years, but he does believe Google's plan presents a longer-term threat to "chip away" at Amazon's growth rate. However, Munster thinks it will be "next to impossible" for Google to replicate Amazon's core infrastructure and customer experience and he keeps an Overweight rating and $475 price target on Amazon shares.
May 15, 2015
08:46 EDTGOOGLMobile operators ad blocking plan sets up fight with Google, FT reports
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May 14, 2015
12:03 EDTGOOGLVringo seeks Supreme Court review of reversal of judgment against Google
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May 13, 2015
08:00 EDTGOOGLGoogle fight with EU over 'right to forget' may end up back in court, WSJ says
Google has set up a detailed process to comply with the European Union's "right to forget" rules and removed hundreds of thousands of links in search results for people's names from the European versions of its search engine, but European regulators argue that the company is undermining the decision by not applying it globally, reported The Wall Street Journal. Google says it wants to avoid seting a precedent that one region can set global rules for the Internet and the fight may end up back in court, the report added. Reference Link

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