Nuance just can't seem to find their voice at the moment.
In January, Nuance (NASDAQ:NUAN) was busy promoting promising new applications for its voice recognition software at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show. Boasting its innovative interface on Omate's TrueSmart wearable device along with its novel language technology compatible with Smart TVs and automobiles, Nuance piqued the interest of many consumers and investors alike. Fast forward to February, Nuance 2014 Q1 earnings report displayed results that were middling as quarterly revenues were $490 million versus analyst estimates of $485.15 million and EPS of $0.24 versus street estimate of $0.21. The Q2 guidance however, disappointed investors who were anticipating more. As a result of several earnings letdowns, Nuance stock has...
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