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Techquity: A louder voice for Google, Amazon targets boomers

Monday, April 15, 2013 - 02:47

April 15 - Google's voice recognition software earns praise while Amazon goes after consumers age 50 and over.

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It's a bigger voice for Google. To peak capital management sees voice search -- the company's next big growth opportunity the brokerage is initiating coverage of the stock but he 950 dollar price target. And it thinks that real time translation search human computer interaction in the incorporation of tech cars appliances and other places will be a big boost for Google. To -- also expects the search giant to benefit from market share gains in global advertising dollars. Separately -- competitors may benefit from actions taken by the European Union. Sources tell Reuters they may get the chance this week to to participate in the market test or remedies school has proposed to and EU's antitrust investigation. The stock is off about 1% today as is the market overall reports quarterly results on Thursday. Amazon reports results a week from Thursday and brokers -- and Janney are among those out with positive comments and quarterly figures. Both are anticipating solid performance and potential gains in market. But Amazon is not sitting still until that is announced a major push into the AARP -- Amazon launched a fifty plus active and healthy living store on its site -- vitamin and nutritional items beauty products. That's Wells Fargo received a lot of potential -- is not in this highly fragmented market the stock is also down 1% today. Starting -- in time our look at the movers stories Britain DISH Network is offering seven bucks a share of the company. That's 13% premium to be offered from Japan Softbank. The 25 point five billion dollar price today is boosting Sprint's stock 13%. DISH Network boss Charlie -- -- potential deal it quietly the company will be able to offer TV home phone Internet and in mobile phone in video feature to its subscribers. It's bordering today is Opentable. JPMorgan is cutting the online restaurant reservation service from overweight to neutral in reducing its price target from 62 -- down 53. The stock is off 7%. For our best of the rest Microsoft is reportedly getting into wrist watch development at. The search giant is working on designs for touch enabled watch to -- this coming from the Wall Street Journal research firm Gartner. Expects the untapped market for the wearable gadgets -- 810 billion dollar industry by 2016. Microsoft is keeping up with rivals like app apple and Samsung reportedly also working on similar devices. Microsoft requested one point five inch displays from component supplier but it is unclear whether they'll start production -- Roughly flat today -- 29 bucks. That's it protecting this Monday remember you can follow us on Twitter RT artists equity. I'm John -- this work.

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Techquity: A louder voice for Google, Amazon targets boomers

Monday, April 15, 2013 - 02:47