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Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy S4, a phone that allows users to scroll with their eyes and navigate the screen without touching it.
Morgan Stanley will proceed with a $4.7 billion purchase of 35 percent of Citi brokerage, with CNBC's Mary Thompson. Meanwhile JPMorgan Chase plans to raise its Q2 dividend to $0.38 from $0.30 per share, with CNBC's Kayla Tausche. And CNBC's Jon Fortt has details on the Galaxy S4 launch. Brian Marshall, of ISI's technology team, weighs in on the reveal tonight.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports on Samsung's big launch today.
BlackBerry will offer technology to secure the mobile devices of competitors Google and Apple.
Charles Golvin, Forrester Research analyst, discusses whether Samsung will finally grab a bigger share of the smartphone market away from Apple with the launch of its Galaxy S4.
Wall Street has become increasingly bearish on Apple this year but one firm is bucking the pessimistic trend and upgraded the name to "buy" with a $540 price target.
Brian Cooley, CNET.com editor-at-large, provides a preview of what new features Samsung is likely to unveil tonight, as the smartphone race heats up.
David Garrity, principal at GVA Research, tells CNBC that Samsung is coming out with newer products, more frequently than Apple, which is leading to a significant advantage. David Garrity and firm own Apple stock.
Revenue of global smartphone applications in 2012 totaled $15 billion, the size of Jamaica's GDP.
Google has named Sundar Pichai to replace Android co-founder Andy Rubin as chief of the world's most used mobile software.
A look at how to play Apple ahead of Samsung's launch of its new Galaxy S4 tomorrow, with Tavis McCourt, Raymond James analyst.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Will BlackBerry dethrone Apple as the world's leading smartphone maker or will Samsung capture the title? Bridget Carey, CNET senior editor, weighs in on the increasing competition in this tech space.
Nokia shares are under pressure after Goldman Sachs cut its price target on the stock. The "Fast Money" traders debate how to play Nokia now.
Another Wall Street analyst cuts estimates on Apple. There may be more to come in the short-term, but this could be a bottoming process. TheStreet.com reports.
The buzz at the South by Southwest festival is all about the gadgets: computers controlled by the wave of a hand, cool new cameras and more.
Francisco Jeronimo, research director of European mobile devices at IDC, analyzes the smartphone market and the outlook for Apple and Samsung.
Former GE CEO Jack Welch says Apple deserves better than the treatment its getting from David Einhorn, who is pressuring the iPhone maker to cough up dividends.
Amid new highs in the Dow, Apple remains in the doldrums. The point is that what happens to Apple does matter to the total market, reports TheStreet.com.
Technological advance in the mobile space have produced a paradigm shift in business practices and etiquette. The skyrocketing use of mobile devices is upending much of what we know and experience in our work lives. Gone is the eight-hour workday, reports USA Today.