Apple and Google Lead Tech Titans on the Move

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL): More bad news for Android’s (NASDAQ:GOOG) stake in the tablet market after getting another hit from Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO), which reports no longer planning to invest in its Cius enterprise tablet line. Rather, the company plans to concentrate on supplying IP communications software for mobile devices with its Jabber and WebEx families. This coincides with enterprise iPad usage taking off, both thanks to corporate purchases and IT’s “bring your own device” trend.

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Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) has gotten more protests about websites that might be infringing on Microsoft’s (NASDAQ:MSFT) copyrights than it gets regarding material from entertainment corporations requesting stricter online piracy laws. Google data shows it has recorded more than twice the number of requests to get rid of links presumed to violate Microsoft’s copyrights than requests related to NBC Universal (NASDAQ:CMCSA) over the past 11 months, according to AP. Shares of Google traded down $13.54 (2.24%) lately at $590.12.

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