NEW YORK (
Research In Motion
shares fell 0.4% to $43.05 in pre-market trading Monday after the BlackBerry maker
recalled more than 1,000 PlayBook tablets
over the weekend. Some users of the impacted tablets were having trouble setting up the device, the company said.
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shares dipped 1.4% in pre-market trading Monday after announcing it will abandon its Ovi brand for new smartphones starting this summer. The Ovi brand, launched in 2007, will now be called Nokia services.
The next version of
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Windows Phone 7 will have
instant messenger integration, according to
blog. The new update will be known as Windows Phone 7.5.
Shares of Microsoft rose 0.04% in pre-market trading Monday to $25.04.
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is rumored to be working on a host of new Android devices due out this holiday season, which will expand its hardware lineup outside of the Kindle. Shares of Amazon dropped 1% in pre-market trading Monday.
Lady Gaga has become the first
user to reach the 10 million follower milestone, according to
blog. Gaga celebrated by tweeting, "10MillionMonsters! I'm speechless, we did it! Its an illness how I love you. Leaving London smiling."
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