3 Tech Stock Stories Making Midweek Traction

Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG): Closing price $902.90

On Wednesday, Google showcased its new generation, thinner Nexus 7 tablet, which it hopes will broaden its footprint in consumer hardware and put its online services front-and-center. The most recent Nexus 7, sporting a Qualcomm Inc. Snapdragon processor and a higher-display resolution, will be available at $229 for the basic version, with 16 gigabytes of storage, on July 30. The original tablet started at $199 a year ago for an 8-gigabyte version. The chief of Android and Chrome software, Sundar Pichai, said on the sidelines of an event to debut the tablet that Google would make a profit off the new device.

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Vringo, Inc. (AMEX:VRNG): Closing price $3.07

Vringo on Wednesday said the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued a Notice of Intent to Issue Ex Parte Reexamination Certificate for U.S. Patent No. 6,314,420 (“the ’420 Patent”). On May 24, 2012, Google submitted a request to the USPTO for ex parte reexamination of claims 10, 14, 15, 25, 27 and 28 of the ’420 Patent. Today, the USPTO released a notice of intent to issue ex parte reexamination certificate, stating it will issue a certificate affirming the validity of all claims in the ’420 patent challenged by Google in this reexamination. Vringo is a firm involved in the innovation, development, and monetization of intellectual property and mobile technologies.

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Oracle Corp. (NASDAQ:ORCL): Closing price $32.39

Supply chains and their allied logistics networks are becoming more and more complex, and strategic and operational scenario management are now key to forming a robust, resilient, and profitable logistics network. To help businesses address this challenge, and optimize the performance of logistics operations, Oracle is debuting Oracle In-Memory Logistics Command Center. The new Oracle In-Memory Application exploits the extreme performance supplied by Oracle Engineered Systems to transform logistic scenario management. The Center permits customers to assume a unique approach to scenario management, which can help promote  supply chain resiliency and agility, decrease costs, and enhance service levels.

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