AsOf9, your daily dose of technology news is here. In today’s edition: Yahoo misses sales forecast estimates, Google apps is down and more.
Google Is Forbidding Users From Reselling, Loaning Glass Eyewear: Google is barring anyone deemed worthy of a pair of its $1,500 Google Glass computer eyewear from selling or even loaning out the highly coveted gadget. More here.
Google Affiliate Network closes: Google is to close its Affiliate Network to focus on other cost-per-action (CPA) marketing products. More here.
Intel Is Buying Mashery To Get Deeper Inside The Data Center — Intel, the chip giant, is buying Mashery, a seven-year-old company in San Francisco that specializes in linking together Web-based software and services, a company spokesperson confirmed to ReadWrite. More here.
EBay’s Sales Miss Estimates as PayPal Revenue Growth Slows: EBay Inc, operator of the largest Internet marketplace, reported first-quarter sales that missed some analysts’ estimates as revenue growth slowed at PayPal and higher taxes and economic concerns weighed on consumer spending. More here.
Yahoo Sales Forecast Misses Estimates: Marissa Mayer’s plan to turn around Yahoo! Inc. is facing setbacks, after the Web portal reported a drop in its main display advertising business and gave a second- quarter sales forecast that may fall short of analyst estimates. More here.