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(NQ: CEMP)  9.92  down arrow-0.49  (-4.71 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
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(NQ: Extreme Networks)  5.70  down arrow-0.09  (-1.55 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
(NQ: Facebook)  61.36  down arrow-1.67  (-2.65 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
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(NY: IBM)  191.73  down arrow-0.42  (-0.22 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
(NY: LH)  99.85  down arrow-0.53  (-0.53 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
(OP: Lenovo Group)  22.76  down arrow-0.43  (-1.85 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
(NY: MRK)  57.50  down arrow-0.27  (-0.47 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
(NQ: Microsoft Corp)  39.69  down arrow-0.3  (-0.75 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
(NQ: NetApp)  35.87  down arrow-0.18  (-0.49 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
(NY: NOVARTIS AG)  86.17  down arrow-0.39  (-0.45 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
(OP: Novozymes A/S)  46.99  up arrow+0.98  (2.13 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
(NY: PFIZER)  30.92  down arrow-0.08  (-0.26 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
(NQ: Pozen)  9.22  down arrow-0.03  (-0.32 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
(NY: RED HAT)  50.05  down arrow-0.85  (-1.67 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
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(NQ: Salix)  109.95  up arrow+0.88  (0.81 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EDT, Apr 23 2014
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Updated April 16

IBMers fear more layoffs; Street expects another revenue drop in report today

Layoffs IBM is due to report in latest quarterly financials today, and speculation is circulating that Big Blue may announce another work force "rebalancing." In other words, layoffs. Meanwhile, Citigroup has cut IBM shares to "neutral" from "buy," and the Street expects the tech giant to report an eighth straight quarterly decline in revenue.

Updated April 16

Smartphone kill switch coming? Wireless industry makes anti-theft commitment

New iPhones        A trade group for wireless providers said Tuesday that that nation's biggest mobile device manufacturers and carriers will soon put anti-theft tools on the gadgets to try to deter rampant smartphone theft.

Updated April 16

Premium Lock Ex-IBMer Dick Daugherty a very deserving Raleigh Hall of Fame choice

Richard "Dick" Daugherty, a former senior executive at IBM, a longtime champion of NCSU's Centennial Campus, and a driving force behind the new strategic plan for Research Triangle Park, is among the latest inductees for the Raleigh Hall of Fame. Way to go, Dick. You deserve this honor.

Dick Daugherty, center, with Jim Jenkins Dick Daugherty, center, with Jim Jenkins

Updated April 15

Premium Lock As Google Glass hits street, group warns: Don't be a 'Glasshole'

The Drudge Report almost daily links to reports about how those wearable computers known as Google Glass are being abused - from invasions of privacy to just plain old obnoxious uses. And as Glass becomes widely available today for $1,500, a consumer group unveils a Top 10 list of reasons why not to be a "Glasshole."

WRAL's Bill Leslie dons Google Glass WRAL's Bill Leslie dons Google Glass

April 15

Drone wars? Like Facebook, Google acquires a drone maker

Drones to deliver Internet access Both Google and Facebook have launched ambitious projects that aim to get everyone on the planet online. Google's Project Loon sends giant balloons bearing Internet-beaming antennas into the stratosphere. Facebook, meanwhile, leads Internet.org, a coalition of companies that wants to get everyone in the world access to basic Internet service.

April 15

Study: Samsung phone durable, but iPhone has an edge

Smartphone packs a kill switch  Samsung's new Galaxy S5 smartphone is more durable than last year's model and other leading Android phones, but the iPhone 5s outperformed all of them in part because of its smaller size, a new study finds.

April 14

Week in review: The 21 latest headlines from WRALTechWire

Week in review A look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL Tech Wire last week.

Updated April 11

Lenovo widens its market share lead in global PC sales

Lenovo    Worldwide shipments of PCs continue to drop. But the decline in the first quarter of the year wasn't as dramatic as in recent periods, and Lenovo - the No. 1 global sales leader - broadened its market share by 2 full points to 17 percent.

April 11

US Internet ad revenue surpasses broadcast television

ecommerce     For the first time, U.S. Internet advertising revenue has surpassed that of broadcast television thanks to sharp growth in mobile and digital video ads.

April 11

Google to sell its Glass devices to bigger pool of consumers

WRAL's Bill Leslie dons Google Glass Google will sell the "Explorer" version of Glass to any U.S. resident who places an online order for the device beginning at 9 a.m. PDT April 15. The product will cost $1,500, the same price that Google Inc. has charged for Glass since sales of the device began last year.

Updated April 10

Triangle ultra-fast Internet group backs AT&T plan

The race to be first to bring gigabit-speed Internet access across the Triangle and Triad may be won by AT&T, not Time Warner Cable or Google Fiber. The North Carolina Next Generation Network consortium says it is recommending that six city governments approve AT&T's proposal. However, the group is not precluding other companies from the project.

Service area as spelled out for NC NGN in RFP Service area as spelled out for NC NGN in RFP

April 10

NCNGN issues full statement about AT&T network proposal

NC NGN Early Thursday, the North Carolina Next Generation Network consortium issued a full statement explaining why it is recommending that six cities in the Triangle and the Triad "enthusiastically approved" support for AT&T's proposal to create an ultra-fast Internet network for the region.

April 9

Triangle startups ready to compete in Charlotte Venture Challenge

Charlotte Venture Challenge Six Triangle companies have been selected among 39 other to compete in the 13th annual Charlotte Venture Challenge next month in the Queen City.

April 9

Google's NC Gravity Games puts science smarts to the test

2014 NC Gravity Games Forty-six teams from schools all over North Carolina and hundreds of spectators turned out to make this year's games the biggest yet.

April 9

IBM exec to keynote May NCTA event

The North Carolina Technology Association released a second wave of speakers this week for the organization's upcoming State of Technology conference in Durham on May 16.

State of Technology 2014 State of Technology 2014

Updated April 8

End of Windows XP support spells trouble for some businesses, consumers

The end of Windows XP Microsoft will end support for the persistently popular Windows XP on Tuesday, and the move could put everything from the operations of heavy industry to the identities of everyday people in danger. An estimated 30 percent of computers being used by businesses and consumers around the world are still running the 12-year-old operating system.

Updated April 8

NetApp's CEO replaces chairman in shakeup; shares drop 3.3%

Dan Warmenhoven, the chairman of the board at NetApp, is being replaced "effectively immediately" by the company's CEO, the storage device technology firm says. Warmenhoven, a former CEO of the firm, will leave the board in September. Also, the company promotes an executive to president with a $25,000 raise.

NetApp's Dan Warmenhoven  NetApp's Dan Warmenhoven

April 8

Premium Lock With long-time leader Warmenhoven out, what next for NetApp?

The sudden replacement of Dan Warmenhoven as chairman at NetApp and his retirement from the storage technology firm's board likely means more change is coming. As the company, which has a big presence in RTP, struggles to deal with the era of "cloud computing," CEO and now Chairman Tom Goergens has even more control over its future.

NetApp's RTP campus NetApp's RTP campus

April 8

Tech Tips: A guide to upgrading, using XP computer

The End of XP Microsoft retires its 12-year-old Windows XP operating system on Tuesday. Even so, there are still millions of XP computers out there. The Associated Press are suggestions about what to do if you own one of them.

Updated April 7

Premium Lock Countdown inside 3 weeks to 2014 East Coast Game Conference

The East Coast's largest gathering of video game professionals is coming to Raleigh later this month with the final day for regular pass registration approaching on April 8.

2014 East Coast Game Conference 2014 East Coast Game Conference

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