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Wall Street was looking for earnings of at least 24 cents per share with $569.75 million in revenue.
Banking on its Flurry buy, Yahoo courts mobile app makers at its first developers summit.
The White House is stacking up on Silicon Valley heavyweights as it wrangles its cyber data and security policies.
Samsung's purchase of LoopPay lines up the Korean tech giant in yet one more head-to-head competition against Apple.
Amazon first launched its Global Certification Program in 2013, offering extra visibility points for both IT professionals and AWS itself.
Wall Street was looking for earnings of 19 cents per share and $473.98 million in revenue.
However, Facebook product ads can be published advertising one product or multiple products -- or even an entire product catalog if that is what the advertiser wishes.
Want to run your Oracle DBMS on your OpenStack private cloud? Tesora has the technology you need.
Cloud study confirms no one will make a move without it.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending February 13, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
Wall Street was bracing for a loss at 37 cents per share with revenue of $26.11 million.
Following better than expected Q2 results, Cisco's CEO closes out the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference.
LinkedIn has been fine-tuning its business strategies around more specialized digital publishing, marketing and recruiting solutions -- strategies that appear to be working well thus far.
But despite the love connection, Visa must keep its options open.
The network data storage provider reported a net income of $177 million, or 56 cents per share.