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November 30, 2012
06:29 EDTNTDOY, MSFT, SNESony sold over 500,000 PS3 consoles over Black Friday week, BGR says
Sony Computer Entertainment of America (SNE) president and CEO Jack Tretton says the company sold 525,000 PlayStation 3 consoles and 160,000 PS Vita handheld consoles during the Black Friday Week. The Boy Genius Report adds that overall PlayStation sales of hardware, software and accessories are up 9% over last year. Reference Link
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June 21, 2015
14:44 EDTMSFTFitbit shares likely to see 'typical IPO' subpair gains, Barron's says
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13:29 EDTNTDOYNintendo shares could reach $80 in three years, Barron's says
Shares of Nintendo could rise 50% over the next year and reach $80 within three years, Barron's contends in a feature article, citing the company's decision to develop smartphone games. Nintendo's decision to diversify away from dedicated game consoles and into the smartphone gaming space could yield as much as $5.1B in profit, Barron's argues. Reference Link
June 19, 2015
08:06 EDTMSFTMicrosoft Azure its key to the cloud, says UBS
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07:51 EDTSNE, MSFTGameStop CFO says 'blown away' by Microsoft virtual reality demonstration
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06:22 EDTMSFTMicrosoft to offer more Lumia phones through U.S. carriers, Re/code reports
Microsoft (MSFT) will be offering more of its Lumia smartphones through U.S. wireless carriers, Re/code reports. Beginning next week, the company’s Lumia 640 XL smartphone will be available through AT&T (T) for around $250, the report says. The Lumia 735 will begin selling through Verizon (VZ) at around $200, Re/code reports. Reference Link
06:17 EDTMSFTEU gives Google critics one month to remark on antitrust charges, Reuters says
European Union antitrust regulators have sent copies of their charges against Google (GOOG) to critics of the company and given them a month to comment on the charges, Reuters reports, citing one of the complainants. Google has been accused by many companies of abusing its market power and cheating consumers and rivals by tweaking search results to favor its shopping service, the report says. 19 companies, including Microsoft (MSFT) and TripAdvisor (TRIP), are expected to receive the EU charge sheet, Reuters says. Reference Link
June 18, 2015
19:04 EDTSNEMore documents from Sony cyber attack published on WikiLeaks, Re/Code says
WikiLeaks published 276,394 more documents stolen from Sony Pictures during the movie studio's cyber attack, reports Re/Code. Reference Link
13:02 EDTMSFTWorldwide wearables market forecast to grow 173.3% in 2015, IDC says
The wearables market maintained its upward trajectory in the first quarter of 2015 as new vendors, including Apple (AAPL), prepared to enter the market. A new forecast from the International Data Corporation, IDC, Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker estimates that 72.1M wearable devices will be shipped in 2015, up a strong 173.3% from the 26.4 million units shipped in 2014. Shipment volumes are expected to experience a compound annual growth rate, CAGR, of 42.6% over the five-year forecast period, reaching 155.7M units shipped in 2019. "We expect smart wearables, those capable of running third party apps, to take the lead in 2016," added Ubrani. "Smart wearables like the Apple (AAPL) Watch and Micosoft's (MSFT) Hololens are indicative of an upcoming change in computing, and the transition from basic to smart wearables opens up a slew of opportunities for vendors, app developers, and accessory makers." Other companies that have been mentioned in the wearable tech group include Google (GOOG), GoPro (GPRO) and Fitbit (FIT). Reference Link
08:04 EDTMSFTGoogle accelerating pace of cloud product innovation, says Baird
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06:48 EDTMSFTGoogle, Microsoft, Mozilla announce WebAssembly partnership, TechCrunch says
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06:41 EDTMSFTMicrosoft's Jo Harlow leaves company in realignment, The Verge reports
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06:10 EDTMSFTMicrosoft writedown for Nokia now more likely, says Jefferies
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June 17, 2015
10:11 EDTMSFTMicrosoft aligns engineering team, Chief Insights Officer to leave
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09:46 EDTMSFTJefferies to hold company meetings at E3 Expo
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June 16, 2015
19:47 EDTMSFTXbox chief says digital game sales 'really strong,' WSJ reports
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16:44 EDTSNESony fails to have lawsuit from hacked former employees dismissed, Reuters says
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12:04 EDTMSFTBox enhances integration with Microsoft Office Online
Box (BOX) announced a deep integration with Microsoft (MSFT) Office Online that will transform collaboration for joint customers. The company added, "Today’s update extends the reach of Box’s powerful integrations with Office 365 for the desktop, Office on iOS and Outlook, and demonstrates Box’s commitment to the Office 365 Cloud Storage Partner Program." “Box and Microsoft are working together to help businesses and individuals be more productive, collaborative and successful,” said Kirk Koenigsbauer, corporate vice president for Office at Microsoft. “We're thrilled about this latest offering to give our joint customers more choice and simplicity for how they work together with documents and digital content.” The Box integration with Office Online will enable users to easily browse, open and edit Office Online files directly from Box, as well as automatically save all changes made in Office Online back to Box in real-time. Together, these enhancements eliminate the need to upload or download files or move back-and-forth between applications, simplifying workflows and mitigating the security risks that come with locally stored content.
09:46 EDTMSFTMicrosoft to encrypt all search traffic by default
Microsoft's Bing has announced that it will encrypt its search traffic by default. Bing has already been offering users the option to encrypt search traffic for about a year and a half now. Beginning this summer, Bing will begin the process of encrypting search traffic by default. With the move to encrypted search by default Bing will continue to pass along a referrer string so that marketers and webmasters will be able to identify traffic as coming from Bing. However, to further protect users’ privacy, Bing will not include the used query terms. Reference Link
08:16 EDTSNESony June volatility at 31 into E3Expo.com as shares near four-year high
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06:27 EDTMSFTMicrosoft opens branded store on Indian e-commerce platform Snapdeal
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