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    Spotify's Revenue Rose in 2013, But Losses Continued - 2nd Update

    DJ Business News – 9:18 PM ET 02/28/2015

    STOCKHOLM--Spotify boosted its revenue at a fast clip last year, but its latest earnings report shows that the music-streaming company is still miles away from becoming a profitable business. Spotify said its net loss last year was EUR57.81 million, compared with a restated net loss of EUR86.72 million in 2012. A company spokeswoman said Spotify restated its 2012 earnings after reviewing accounting procedures, to ensure they met global accounting standards.

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    Billions of Android apps vulnerable to hackers

    MarketWatch – 9:56 AM ET 02/28/2015

    More than five billion downloaded Android apps are vulnerable to hacks, and the number of apps designed to steal financial information from users has skyrocketed, according to a report released Friday. Ninety-six percent of mobile malware targets Android, Google's (GOOG) operating software, on which malicious apps "can pose as benign applications," according to the Silicon Valley-based security company FireEye. The number of malware-laden Android apps intended to nab financial...

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    25 companies with the happiest interns

    MarketWatch – 9:52 AM ET 02/28/2015

    Some internships are downright boring, some are far too intense and some are so bad that they make college students change their career paths entirely. But others make students, well, downright happy. According to a report released Wednesday by jobs and recruiting marketplace Glassdoor.com, which asked more than 10,000 interns to rank their satisfaction with their internship experience at certain companies on a scale of 0 to 5, interns at some companies are far happier with...

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    Renderings of Google's futuristic new HQ have no desks

    MarketWatch – 5:19 PM ET 02/27/2015

    Take a look at Google's (GOOG) new, futuristic HQ. Google's (GOOG) proposal for a futuristic new campus in Mountain View, Calif. looks more like Disneyland than it does a traditional, cubicle-laden office. Renderings for Google's (GOOG) new headquarters show a campus that doesn't have any desks.

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    6 things to know about Apple Watch ahead of March 9

    MarketWatch – 4:29 PM ET 02/27/2015

    Rivals in Switzerland, lack of health features mean impact may be limited. NEW YORK-- Apple Inc. (AAPL) will host a big event in March, weeks ahead of the Apple Watch launch, giving it a chance to make a final push as CEO Tim Cook embarks on his first new product category since the death of Steve Jobs. It's typical of Apple (AAPL) ahead of a product launch to host a major PR event, and it's easy to be drawn into the excitement generated when Apple (AAPL) sends out its cryptic event invitations.

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    Google pays $25 million for '.app' domain

    MarketWatch – 3:55 PM ET 02/27/2015

    NEW YORK-- With a winning bid of $25 million, Google Inc. beat Amazon Inc. and others to control the top-level web domain ending ". app". The company won an auction Wednesday on ICANN, the nonprofit that oversees the Internet. The $25 million sum is the most paid so far in an ICANN auction, according to a spokesperson.

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    Obama Aides Break Tradition in Career Path After White House Service

    DJ Business News – 2:47 PM ET 02/27/2015

    WASHINGTON--Some of President Barack Obama's most-senior aides are finding their next jobs in the upper ranks of the technology industry, a departure from traditional post-government paths leading to corporate lobbying, Wall Street or industries such as telecommunications and energy. Online retailer Amazon said this week that former White House press secretary Jay Carney would join the company as senior vice president for global corporate affairs, reporting directly...

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    Google reverses ban on explicit material on Blogger

    MarketWatch – 12:12 PM ET 02/27/2015

    Google (GOOG) is serious when it says that "from time to time, we may change our content policies." Just days after taking a tougher stance against sexually explicit material on its blogging platform, Google (GOOG) now says it won't ban bloggers over sexually explicit material in most cases. Google (GOOG) never gave a clear reason why it suddenly decided to remove explicit material from Blogger.

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    The Nasdaq that peaked and plunged 15 years ago was a very different stock index

    MarketWatch – 10:36 AM ET 02/27/2015

    This is an updated version of a slide show first published in April 2014.. Fifteen years ago, tech stocks peaked and started to come screaming back to Earth. These days, they're enjoying another upswing.

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    Chinese Internet Giants Get Into the Mobile Game

    DJ Business News – 5:27 AM ET 02/27/2015

    HONG KONG--The battle over mobile operating systems and app distribution is intensifying in China as Internet giants Tencent Holdings Ltd. (TCEHY) and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (BABA) step up their efforts to influence how consumers use smartphones. Next week, Tencent--whose main businesses are social networks and online games--will start a trial service for Tencent OS, its customized version of Google Inc.' s Android operating system. Earlier this month, Alibaba (BABA), China's biggest...

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    Google to start selling ads in Play Store

    MarketWatch – 3:36 AM ET 02/27/2015

    Will let developers pay to promote their software. As growth slows for Google Inc., the search giant is pulling an important new sales lever. In a blog post on Thursday, the company said it will let software developers pay to promote their apps in the Play store for the first time.

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    Google to invest $300 million in SolarCity project

    MarketWatch – 9:16 PM ET 02/26/2015

    Google Inc. is investing $300 million into a fund used by SolarCity Corp. (SCTY) to install residential solar-power units, reports said Thursday. The funds will cover almost half of the $750 million program to finance 25,000 residential solar projects, USA Today said. SolarCity (SCTY) installs the units for free and then charges owners "lightly less per month for the energy than they'd pay their traditional utility," the Washington Post reported.

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    7 ways the Nasdaq's changed since the tech crash

    MarketWatch – 5:05 PM ET 02/26/2015

    This is an updated version of a slide show first published in April 2014.. About 15 years ago, tech stocks started to come screaming back to earth after surging to sky-high peaks. These days, they're enjoying another upswing.

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    Apple's iOS is eating Android's lunch on this crucial measure

    MarketWatch – 3:36 PM ET 02/26/2015

    Analyst: Android's weak profitability will worry Google (GOOG). NEW YORK-- Apple's (AAPL) mobile operating system, iOS, was eight times more profitable than Google's Android in the fourth quarter, according to a new report. Fueled by premium-priced products and relatively lean manufacturing costs, Apple's (AAPL) smartphone operating profit was $18.7 billion during the fourth quarter, trouncing Android's $2.3 billion, according to data consulting firm Strategy Analytics.

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    Microsoft Closing Two Handset Plants in China

    DJ Business News – 2:15 PM ET 02/26/2015

    GUANGZHOU, China-- Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) intends to close its two factories in China that manufacture mobile phones by the end of March, cutting roughly 9,000 jobs, The Nikkei reported in its Friday morning editions. The U.S. software giant inherited the factories in Dongguan and Beijing when it acquired the handset division of Nokia last April. When Microsoft (MSFT) announced plans in July to cut 18,000 jobs as part of its restructuring, the future of those plants was assumed to be in jeopardy,...

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    FCC votes in favor of net-neutrality regulations

    MarketWatch – 1:37 PM ET 02/26/2015

    The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday voted in favor of so-called net neutrality rules. The regulation the FCC passed would reclassify broadband Internet access under Title II of the Communications Act, and in practice bars Internet providers from blocking or throttling legal content and bars paid prioritization, or the creation of paid "fast lanes" between content and Internet providers. (END) Dow Jones Newswires 02-26-15 1337 ET Copyright (c) 2015 Dow Jones&...

  17. FCC votes in favor of net-neutrality regulations

    MarketWatch – 1:00 PM ET 02/26/2015
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    Stocks are gassed; this I know, because the Bible tells me so

    MarketWatch – 11:05 AM ET 02/26/2015

    Critical intelligence before the U.S. market opens. "Six years thou shalt sow thy field, and six years thou shalt prune thy vineyard, and gather in the fruit thereof. But in the seventh year shall be a sabbath of rest unto the land, a sabbath for the LORD: thou shalt neither sow thy field, nor prune thy vineyard. "

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    Homegrown Technology Startups Take Root in Tehran

    DJ Business News – 9:47 PM ET 02/25/2015

    TEHRAN--Decorated with a foosball table, brightly colored walls and videogame consoles, the offices of Café Bazaar look no different than many Internet startups in technology hubs like San Francisco, London or Berlin. What's unique about Café Bazaar, an Android software app store that mimics Google Inc.' s Google Play, is its location: an upscale high rise in central Tehran. The company is among dozens that have popped up in Iran, part of a technology scene that has developed...

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    Google Melds European Operations Under Single Executive

    DJ Business News – 8:25 PM ET 02/25/2015

    Google Inc. pulled its European operations under a single executive to better align the business with large customers and develop more unified responses to rising regulatory pressure in the region. Google (GOOG) said it merged two units--one previously responsible for Northern and Central Europe, and a second for Southern and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa--into a single business, run from London by Matt Brittin as president of EMEA Business& Operations.

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