ARM-based Windows 10 Devices Expected to Launch in Late 2017

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Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf provided an update on the future of Windows on ARM in a recent investor call, saying the first Qualcomm-based Windows PCs will be available at the end of this year.

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Intel CEO admits to industry-wide conspiracy to slow CPU advances, kill frequency boosts

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Taped remarks, smuggled from an investor meeting with Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich, just rewrote decades of computer history. Everything you think you know is wrong. The real story? It’s inside.

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Ford, Microsoft Pour Cash Into Pivotal


Pivotal last week announced a $253 million round of Series C financing. Led by new investor Ford, together with Microsoft and previous investors GE, EMC and VMware, the deal is expected to close this month. Pivotal’s customers include seven of the top 10 U.S. banks, three global automakers and half the top 10 telecom companies. Its agile-based approach lets enterprises build and operate software rapidly, the company said. It’s teaming up with Ford and Microsoft to help introduce its cloud and analytics software to new customers.

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Carl Icahn, David Einhorn cut Apple positions amid hedge fund titration

Article Image A series of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings reveal activist investor Carl Icahn and David Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital both shed Apple stock in the fourth quarter of 2015 after bullish prospects

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Investor Calls for Leadership Changes at Yahoo


Activist investor Starboard Value, which has dogged Yahoo over the years, on Wednesday sent a letter to the company demanding it make changes or face a proxy fight. Yahoo “made the right decision” by suspending the Alibaba spinoff, but “the continued downward spiral of Yahoo’s core Search and Display advertising businesses” has been “frustrating for us, and likely for you,” the letter states. The management team hired to turn around the core business “has failed to produce acceptable results.”

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Carl Icahn remains convinced Apple will build television set, despite report of project's demise

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn argued in a Tuesday TV interview on Tuesday that Apple will indeed make and sell a television set, despite a new report claiming that the company abandoned the project over a year ago.



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Apple reportedly iced plans to build television set, looks to debut new Apple TV at WWDC

Countering expectations from activist investor Carl Icahn, a report on Monday claims Apple had plans to release an ultra-high-definition television set by 2016, but abandoned the idea more than one year ago.



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Chase announces over 1M wallets provisioned on Apple Pay

As part of JP Morgan Chase’s 2015 Investor Day on Tuesday, the bank went over statistics relating to its credit card business, announcing it has provisioned over one million wallets on Apple’s fledgling Apple Pay mobile payments service.



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Carl Icahn says Apple stock should be worth $216 per share today, not in the future

Activist investor Carl Icahn this week once again heaped praise on Apple, saying the company’s stock continues to be vastly undervalued and should be trading today at a price of $216.



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Carl Icahn says Apple is still undervalued, plans to increase his $203 price target

Activist investor Carl Icahn believes shares of Apple should be valued much higher than their current trading price, and on Wednesday said he even plans to revise his own price target for the stock, which he called a “no-brainer” investment.



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In response to Icahn, Apple reiterates plans to review share buyback program annually

After activist investor Carl Icahn published a letter Thursday asking Apple to increase its share buyback efforts once again, the company responded with a statement indicating it’s in no rush to make any changes.



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Carl Icahn says Apple should buy more of its 'dramatically undervalued' stock, reveals valuation of $203

Activist investor Carl Icahn published an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday, revealing that he thinks shares of the company are “dramatically undervalued,” presenting it with an opportunity to buy back even more of its own shares at a tremendous discount via a tender offer.



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Carl Icahn teases 'interesting' open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook

Investor and activist Carl Icahn, who previously had a public battle with Apple over its cash hoard, has revealed he will be sending another open letter to Chief Executive Tim Cook on Thursday, and indicated he believes the note “will be interesting.”



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Investor Carl Icahn buys another $1.65B in Apple stock as shares head toward 7-for-1 split

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn, who is known to use his substantial clout to steer public companies’ financial policies, recently boosted his stake in Apple by 2.8 million shares worth nearly $1.65 billion.



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