4 Tech Stock Stories for Wednesday Downloading

Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE:HPQ): Closing Price $16.68

An inside source says that HP’s board is not actively evaluating a plan to break the firm up, which directly refutes the implication in a report from Quartz that HP’s board was “studying a breakup.” Such rumors are naturally abounding on the day in which the firm’s rival, Dell, announced its own plan to sell itself.


Zillow (NASDAQ:Z): Closing Price $36.50

Zillow, the real estate information marketplace, launched Zillow Digs on Wednesday, a free application exclusively available for iPad and as a Web service. According to the press release, home shoppers and homeowners can locate “visual inspiration” and grasp the actual cost of remodeling projects based on their locations of the actual bathrooms and kitchens they are viewing.


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Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK): Closing Price $4.13

The Finnish handset manufacturer is bringing its “revolutionary” 41-megapixel Pureview sensor to its Lumia array of  Windows Phone handsets, says an inside source. The new device will be calles EOS and will be introduced in the United States in the summer. Earlier, some analysts had brought up the lack of the 41MP sensor when Nokia launched its flagship Lumia 920 Windows Phone handset at the end of last year.


Trimble Navigation (NASDAQ:TRMB): Closing Price $60.48

Trimble has introduced its Trimble TrimFleet Communicator. Collaborating with Twisted Pair Solutions, TrimFleet Communicator joins Twisted Pair’s Wave software with Trimble’s fleet management solution, allowing integrated push-to-talk voice communication that is specifically created for the construction materials industry to enhance system performance and collaboration.


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