SAN FRANCISCO, July 22- Apple Inc posted a smaller-than-expected 6 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Tuesday, after selling 35.2 million iPhones in an increasingly competitive smartphone market. Shares in Apple held steady at $94.72 on Nasdaq after the news.» Read More
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The Squawk on the Street team weigh in on Apple's eye-popping earnings.
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Breaking down the big tech's Q3 numbers, with CNBC'S Maria Bartiromo.
Odds are good that Apple will beat analysts' earnings estimates and continue its record breaking move higher, once it reports after Tuesday's closing bell.
Insight on why "Big Blue" may be fully valued, with Jason Maynard, Wells Fargo analyst.
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CNBC Contributor David Pogue presents his first installment of what should be called the "Big Book of Basic Technology Knowledge."
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