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Twitter is tapping the music charts in an attempt to woo more users, teaming with entertainment giant Billboard to track real-time data.
Twitter shares rise in premarket trading on Thursday, lifted by the company's announcement of expanded photo options and media reports that the micro-blogging site will launch a new music strategy.
King Digital Entertainment, maker of the Candy Crush Saga game, slumped dramatically during the firm's first day of trading as a public company.
King Digital Entertainment, maker of the popular Candy Crush Saga game, made its debut as a public company on Tuesday.
Cisco shares gained 2.09% to reach $22.02 on Tuesday as investors digested the networking giant's $1 billion cloud strategy.
Luxottica shares climbed 3.67% to $55.87 before market open on Tuesday following the announcement of the Ray-Ban maker's deal with Google to design and distribute eyewear for the company's Glass technology.
IBM has teamed up with the government of Ghana and Yale University as part of a technology-intensive project to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV in the African nation.
After less than two years at Symantec's helm, the software maker terminated CEO Steve Bennett on Thursday, a shock move that has sent its shares spiraling.
Intel has had a busy start to 2014, expanding its focus into areas beyond traditional desktop and laptop components. The no.1 chipmaker has also been attracting positive sentiment from tech analysts.
Symantec's board has terminated Steve Bennett as president and CEO after less than two years at the software maker's helm. The company has appointed Michael Brown as interim CEO.