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With the help of camera rigs such as Nokia's Ozo, the amount of content being created for VR headsets is rising quickly.
Soft capital spending from telcos weighed on Cisco's router sales and order growth. Many peers are facing similar challenges.
Nokia is reducing the price of its virtual reality camera by 25% as it prepares to launch it in China.
Microsoft and Intel launched big layoffs recently that targeted legacy businesses and freed up resources for growth markets. Cisco appears to be planning something similar.
Nokia (NOK) stock is declining in mid-morning trading today after the company posted a second quarter revenue loss before Thursday's market open.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Nokia Oyj (NOK) as a pre-market mover with heavy volume candidate
Finnish company's networks business continues to suffer.
Solid financial performance and raised cost savings target
Nokia (NOK) will report 2016 second-quarter earnings on Thursday before the market open.
The ride-hailing company needs 3-D maps as an enabling technology for cars that eventually won't need drivers.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the technology sector lower today.
- Results are a 25% increase in per-wavelength capacity over 200Gb/s, a 70% distance improvement vs comparable field trials and 250% increase in bandwidth over 100Gb/s networks using same amount of spectrum
Capital spending by mobile carriers remains soft, and is unlikely to improve in the near term. Will Ericsson try to buy its way to growth?
European markets close modestly higher following calm session.
The acquisition rumors surrounding the networking equipment companies might not pan out. But there are reasons why they've spread in the first place.
Here's a look at major tech stories in the news.
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Italian banks jump after a finance minister reassured markets, but a rally among homebuilders runs out of steam.