Wall Street was expecting earnings of $2.74 cents per share with $2.15 billion in revenue.
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Wall Street was looking for earnings of 86 cents per share with $25.63 billion in revenue.
Wall Street was looking for first quarter earnings of 14 cents a share on revenue of $1.5 billion.
Cisco's CFO attributed the better-than-expected results to a "good balance again across our portfolio," highlighting earnings per share grew faster than revenue.
Like many other high-tech brands this quarter, Rackspace attributed the miss to being "adversely affected by shifts in currency exchange rates."
Intel is brewing up a potent recipe of wireless technology, imaging devices, authentication systems, and complete ODM turnkey solutions for its Atom X-series of chips, in its efforts to establish a hold on the highly competitive global mobility market.
Twitter reported earnings of 7 cents on revenue of $437 million.
The hard drive maker hit on earnings, but missed slightly on revenue.
Fueled by new products that support the technology including Samsung's Galaxy S6 and Apple Watch, wireless power receivers and transmitters will generate more than US$1.7 billion in revenue this year.
The partnership between TAG Heuer, Intel and Google aims to meld artistry, luxury and technology. What remains to be seen if this trio can avoid bogging down the end product with too many features.
Oracle's cloud business continues to grow, prompting Chairman Larry Ellison to hint at a challenge this year against Salesforce.com.
The CRM giant reported earnings of 14 cents per share on revenue of $1.44 billion, up 26 percent annually.
Wall Street was looking for earnings of at least 24 cents per share with $569.75 million in revenue.
Wall Street was looking for earnings of 19 cents per share and $473.98 million in revenue.
The social network reported earnings of 12 cents per share on a revenue of $479 million, a 79 percent year-over-year.
The chipmaker posted flat earnings on revenue of $1.24 billion.
Datacenter revenue soared in 2014, while mobile continues to be a weak spot for the processor giant. Nevertheless, Intel's CEO promises that will change in 2015.
In response, Oracle shares immediately rallied by 3.6 percent initially in after-hours trading.
Intel outlined an update to Stephen Hawking's communications platform and plans to provide a toolkit that can be used to advance technologies that could help those affected by motor neuron disorders.
For the year to date, Nvidia has produced $3.43 billion in revenue for the first three quarters, up 15 percent from a year earlier.
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