Apps & Software

Adobe is a great company that has transformed itself and still has incredible growth opportunities ahead of it. That just doesn't mean its stock can rise in a straight line.
San Francisco-based Unity Software entered the market with a bang on Friday.
24/7 Wall St. has tracked more than a dozen analyst target price hikes on Adobe on Wednesday, and some of these are from the exact same analysts that hiked their targets ahead of the earnings report.
San Francisco-based Unity Software intends to price 25 million shares for an initial public offering valued up to more than $1 billion.
BigCommerce has been touted by some investors as the next big e-commerce company. The problem here is the rate of its total annual revenue growth.
Continuous intelligence pioneer Sumo Logic expects to price more than 14 million shares to result in an initial public offering valued up to more than $357 million. reported its most recent quarterly results after the markets closed on Tuesday. While results were incredibly positive, analysts juiced this stock and now it is going parabolic.
San Francisco-based Unity Software has joined the ranks of private companies that have filed to come public via an initial public offering.
The quiet period for software developer Jamf is over now, so a slew of analyst calls are coming in for this stock.
Duck Creek Technologies entered the market with a bang to close out the week.
Microsoft has confirmed that it is discussing a possible purchase of TikTok for U.S. users from its Chinese owner. The company has promised the U.S. president that negotiations will be completed by...
Zynga is embarking on the sale-leaseback strategy to raise cash, perhaps to bolster its books to bring on new talent or acquire studios.
Following the crash of a Boeing 737 MAX in Indonesia that killed 189 people, the company has issued a bulletin to all operators of the aircraft directing them to follow procedures spelled out in the...
Remember those wondering knots of people who downloaded the Pokemon Go game to their iPhones last summer? Well get ready for the summer 2017 sequel.
Alphabet Inc.’s (NASDAQ: GOOGL) Google Play product has been the target of a huge malware attack which has affected as many as 36 million users. Google Play allows Android OS mobile users...