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Chief Executive Tim Cook apologized Friday to customers frustrated with glaring errors in its new Maps service and, in an unusual move for the consumer giant, directed them to rival services such as Google Inc's Maps instead. **GOOGLE INC, Friday close $754.50, up 0.6 pct premarket.
Chief Executive Tim Cook apologized Friday to customers frustrated with glaring errors in its new Maps service and, in an unusual move for the consumer giant, directed them to rival services such as Google Inc's Maps instead. **MICROSOFT CORP, Friday close $29.76, down 0.20 pct premarket. RBC and Jefferies& Co both reduced their price targets on Microsoft's stock.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company is "extremely sorry" for the frustration that its maps application has caused and it's doing everything it can to make it better.
Google is now old enough to be a freshman in high school. The Internet giant turns 14 years old today. Ken Sena, Evercore Partners, weighs in on where he sees the stock headed.
After all the hype surrounding the iPhone 5 launch, Apple looks to have only sold 5 million smartphones, not including pre-orders. That, along with news of riots at Chinese supplier Foxconn and disappointment with the new mapping app, led to profit-taking in Apple shares on Monday. Analysts and fund managers remain bullish.
Apple’s rapid international rollout of the new iPhone 5 has prompted many analysts to upgrade their sales forecasts for the smartphone, with some suggesting it could sell almost twice as many in the opening weekend as the iPhone 4 two years ago.
Brian Marshall, ISI Group analyst, discusses the impact of Apple's new products on its stock price.
James Brehm, Compass Intelligence, and David Pearl, Epoch Investment Partners, weigh in on rumors of Apple's iPad mini, and whether the company is adhering to Steve Jobs' vision.
Apple's stock will top $1,000 within a two-year timeframe, driven by the possible launches of iPhone 5 and an Apple TV before Christmas, as well the tech giant's relationship with China Mobile to sell devices in the world's largest mobile-phone market, analysts tell CNBC.
Jonathan Geller, BGR.com founder and editor-in-chief, discusses the action at Apple's Developers Conference today; and one of the "Top Ten Stock Pickers," Colin Gillis of BGC Partners, shares his take on where shares of Apple are headed.
The market was less than impressed after Apple made its announcement for some updates including a retina MacBook Pro, a new Mac operating system, among others, with Shaw Wu, Sterne Agee; William Power, Robert W. Baird; Daniel Ernst, Hudson Square Research; and CNBC's Jon Fortt.
Eric Jackson, Ironfire Capital founder, explains why he is bullish on Apple and discusses the company's core products in development.
As Nintendo prepares to launch the Wii U later this year and Microsoft and Sony gear up for expected 2013 launches for their next generation consoles, there's a sense of excitement building in the videogame industry — but there's also a sense of fear.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook updated the crowd at the "All Things Digital Conference" on the sales of Apple's current TV product. Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray analyst, discusses his take on the product's release date and Apple's performance.
"Right now we are seeing a market responding emotionally, both on the upside and the downside," says Carly Fiorina, former Hewlett-Packard CEO, discussing the implications of Facebook shares falling below $30 and Research in Motion's first quarter warning.
Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted the Ping social network has failed to excite most users, hinted at closer relations with Facebook, and called gaming on the TV "could be interesting" for Apple.
Research in Motion stock is halted in the extended hours, with CNBC's Maria Bartiromo.
Apple has now lost about $104 billion in market cap. Robert Van Batenburg, Apple analyst at Louis Capital Markets and Tavis McCourt, Raymond James, discuss whether the tech giant is tumbling.
Peter Misek, Jefferies & Company senior analyst and CNBC's Jon Fortt discuss the tech giant's blow out quarter, earning $12.30 per share on revenues of $39.2 billion. Shares of Apple are back over $600 a share in after-hours trading.
CNBC's Maria Bartiromo and Jon Fortt report on Apple's Q2 earnings results. Larry Haverty, Gamco Investors; Alex Gauna, JMP Securities; and Shaw Wu, Sterne Agee, weigh in.