WASHINGTON, May 5- Netflix Inc has urged the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to reject the pending $48 billion merger of AT&T Inc and DirecTV as currently proposed, according to regulatory disclosures posted on Tuesday. Previous FCC filings from Netflix on the deal called for approval with conditions. Netflix's April 30 meeting with the FCC's merger...» Read More
CNBC Contributor David Pogue looks at all the things Congress should be doing to fix the cellphone industry.
An employee at a factory that makes iPhones in China killed himself after a prototype went missing, and Apple responded Wednesday by saying its suppliers are required to treat workers with dignity and respect.
In 2003, researchers at a federal agency proposed a long-term study of 10,000 drivers to assess the safety risk posed by cellphone use behind the wheel. But such an ambitious study never happened.
Miners were topping the FTSE Tuesday, with Fresnillo jumping more than 7 percent, Lonmin rising more than 6 percent and Xstrata up nearly 5 percent.
Will a bet on the past keep this company in business? Cramer went to the CEO to find out.
Now is not the time to get overly pessimistic about the U.S. economy, said Mary Jane Matts, director of large cap value strategies at Fifth Third Asset Management.
Plus, the Mad Money host reacts to the Justice Department's probe into telecom.
Stocks rallied Monday as convicted Ponzi swindler Bernie Madoff received the maximum sentence and oil topped $71 a barrel. Plus, there was some window dressing as Tuesday marks the end of the second quarter.
Stocks rallied Monday as convicted Ponzi swindler Bernie Madoff received the maximum sentence and oil topped $71 a barrel.
Stocks rallied Monday as Bernie Madoff received the maximum sentence and oil topped $71 a barrel.
Wall Street eased into a holiday-shortened week with stock index futures pointing to a slightly lower opening Monday.
Palm has had some success with the new Pre smartphone, but still needs to develop a middle-ground market for the device, an analyst told CNBC
He thinks there’s a better way to play Latin America’s mobile market.
Cramer ventured a guess, and it’s his latest play on the rise of mobile Web.
With the advent of new cellular technology, people still haven't been able to agree on the etiquette for using such devices. Some find it acceptable to use their BlackBerry or iPhone while in a work meeting, while others say it's just plain rude. What do you think?
T-Mobile USA's follow-up to the first "Google phone" will go on sale in early August, the carrier said Monday.
Plus, get the Mad Money host's latest call on the Toll House cookie dough recall.
The mass adoption of mobile Internet will boost a number of related stocks, the Mad Money host says, including this one.
So you gotta wonder whether Research in Motion's lighter than expected Blackberry sales and subscription sign-ups are a sign of sluggishness in the smart phone sector? Or whether this could be a sign that Apple's iPhone is starting to chip away at RIM's success in the marketplace.
Cramer answers that classic question and offers his top smartphone stock.
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