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ARM's processor and security technology have been tapped to power Atmel silicon designed specifically for wearable tech and automaton factory solutions.
Amazon's Fire Phone proved itself to be a good everyday phone even though it's unclear whether Dynamic Perspective and Firefly will be hits. Amazon's Fire gives us something unique in the me-too land of Android smartphones.
Apple's third-quarter earnings were a splattering of hits and misses. What's coming up for the second half of the year is slated to be the most exciting.
According to a lawyer close to the EU's investigation, the search giant's alleged complicity with the National Security Agency's surveillance of Europeans is a "factor" in the reopening of an antitrust case.
The professional social network has agreed to pay $175 million for the B2B marketing platform.
What were you expecting, a blowout quarter? Apple's fiscal third quarter was about as dry as the Utah desert, as Wall Street gears up for an expected revolutionary second-half.
Juniper is also selling off its Junos Pulse product portfolio to Siris Capital for approximately $250 million.
Nokia's operating loss of $692 million put the hurt on what was otherwise a solid quarter for Microsoft.
UPDATED: Wall Street was expecting earnings of at least 79 cents per share on a revenue of $1.44 billion.