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IBM Touts Open Servers, Teams With Google to Tap Big Data
The Street 04/23 09:31 ET

IBM cranks up its efforts to tap big data dollars, unveiling new servers built around its Power Systems technology and opening up the specifications for its latest POWER8 processor.

Is Apple a Buy or Are the Haters Right?
The Street 04/23 07:09 ET

Other low-valuation technology stocks continue to rally but Apple has been left for dead despite superior growth expectations.

Brazil conference will plot Internet's future post NSA spying
Reuters 04/22 23:48 ET

SAO PAULO/BRASILIA (Reuters) - A global conference in Brazil on the future of the Internet in the wake of U.S. spying revelations might be much less anti-American than first thought after Washington said it was willing to loosen its control over the Web. Bowing to the demands of Brazil and other nations following revelations last year of its massive electronic surveillance of Internet users, the United States has agreed to relinquish oversight of the Internet Corporation for Assigned of Names and Numbers (ICANN), a non-profit group based in California that assigns Internet domain names or addresses. "The focus has changed from a political reaction to the NSA allegations to one of more constructive criticism and talk about the future of the Internet," said William Beer, a cyber security expert based in Sao Paulo. The two-day Net Mundial conference in Sao Paulo, which will be opened on Wednesday by Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, will discuss cyber security and how to safeguard privacy and freedom of expression on the Internet, as well as the shape of a future international body to oversee the decentralized digital network.

Brazil conference will plot Internet's future post NSA spying
Reuters 04/22 17:20 ET

SAO PAULO/BRASILIA (Reuters) - A global conference in Brazil on the future of the Internet in the wake of U.S. spying revelations might be much less anti-American than first thought after Washington said it was willing to loosen its control over the Web. Bowing to the demands of Brazil and other nations following revelations last year of its massive electronic surveillance of Internet users, the United States has agreed to relinquish oversight of the Internet Corporation for Assigned of Names and Numbers (ICANN), a non-profit group based in California that assigns Internet domain names or addresses. "The focus has changed from a political reaction to the NSA allegations to one of more constructive criticism and talk about the future of the Internet," said William Beer, a cyber security expert based in Sao Paulo. The two-day Net Mundial conference in Sao Paulo, which will be opened on Wednesday by Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, will discuss cyber security and how to safeguard privacy and freedom of expression on the Internet, as well as the shape of a future international body to oversee the decentralized digital network.

AT&T Edges Above Q1 Earnings Expectations And Raises Outlook As It Ventures Into Online Streaming Market
Forbes 04/22 17:00 ET

AT&T kicked off 2014 with a bang, revealing Tuesday afternoon that not only was the first fiscal quarter of the year its best first-quarter subscriber growth in five years, but that its revenue and profit results edged above what everyone was expecting. However, the stock is down in after-hours trading as investors see the good news as a selling opportunity.

Can Qualcomm (QCOM) Keep the Earnings Streak Alive? - Analyst Blog
Zacks 04/22 16:40 ET

Qualcomm Incorporated is slated to release its second-quarter 2014 financial numbers after the closing bell on April 23, 2014.

Intel Diversifying Into Wearable Devices
Seeking Alpha 04/22 13:05 ET

Recently published PC shipment reports by both Gartner and IDC suggests that the decline in the market may have finally stabilized. Worldwide PC shipments during the quarter fell 1.7% to 76.6 million compared ...

Why a slower-than-expected decline in the PC space helped Intel
Market Realist 04/22 13:00 ET

In this article, we'll discuss Intel's most important business, the PC Client Group, which constitutes about 62% to the company's overall revenues.

Intel: $8B to $10B Revenue Needed to Break Even in Wireless, Says Morgan Stanley
Barrons.com 04/22 12:05 ET

Morgan Stanley chip analyst Joseph Moore, who has an Underweight rating on shares of Intel (INTC), today reflects on the company's Q1 report a week ago, including Intel's disclosure it lost $3 billion ...

The Scariest Stocks Seem Secure
The Street 04/22 10:30 ET

Beware of dividend-paying, blue-chip stocks right now.

3 Stock Picks for Earth Day - Analyst Blog
Zacks 04/22 10:10 ET

The report from the EPA as well as evidence from Greenpeace implies that the use of environment friendly energy sources and recycling activities are poised to increase significantly.

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