TechSummmit Lead #007

  • Google is hiring consumer electronic experts from Amazon’s Lab126 to jumpstart its new Project Aura wearable technology effort.
  • Bloomberg has signed a data agreement with Twitter to showcase tweets in its Professional service.
  • Microsoft has brought a Windows 10-esque Start Menu to Windows RT-powered devices.
  • Oracle’s revenues have declined 1.7% to $8.45 billion in the quarter that ended on August 31st.
  • Microsoft will be retiring Zune services on November 15th. Customers will be converted to the company’s Groove Music service.
  • Lightspeed POS, a Canada-based startup that provides apps and other services for managing and selling inventory at storefronts, has picked up $61 million in new funding.

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