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Samsung sold more smartphones than Apple in the third quarter of 2012, as consumers postponed purchases in anticipation of the iPhone 5, new research showed on Tuesday, while Nokia slipped down the rankings to be overtaken by Blackberry maker Research in Motion.
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The departure of Windows Chief Steven Sinofsky from Microsoft is another sign that the PC market is dying and the software company isn't needed in a computing market dominated by smartphones and tablets, said Dan Niles, senior portfolio manager at AlphaOne Capital Partners.
Nokia is aiming to be a bigger player in mobile mapping services with a new cloud-based service, the company’s CEO, Stephen Elop, told CNBC’s "Street Signs."
Forget the familiar tech titans that have become household names. Some of the newer technology names hold the most potential for gains, CNBC’s “Fast Money” pros said Tuesday.
A few months ago, the blogosphere was filled with amazing comparisons of Apple's size to not just other companies — including the combined market caps of Microsoft, Google, Facebook and Amazon at one point — but entire countries and industries as the Things Apple Is Worth More Than tumblr details.
Ronald B. Johnson, a former head of Apple's retail business who was handpicked to turn around J.C. Penney a little over a year ago, is in full spin mode, in the face of slumping sales and he insists his strategy will work, the New York Times reports.
Apple stores are the most productive shops in the US according to new research that suggests the most effective use of retail space is selling expensive products that are occasional purchases for well-off consumers, the FT reports.
Brent Jaciow, global chief investment officer at MASECO Private Wealth, tells CNBC that equity markets have been through a bit of turmoil and the real uncertainty they are focusing on now is the fiscal cliff.
Discussing whether the "age of Apple" is over, with the Fast Money traders; and Stephen, Suttmeier, BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, forecasts where the markets could be at the end of the year.
As Apple vies against Samsung for dominance in the smartphone market, hardware sales are increasingly linked to how enthusiastically customers embrace their software, one analyst said.
Cloud computing is fast becoming as ubiquitous as the clouds circling the Earth. As more and more people depend on “the cloud” to store sensitive data, they also realize it isn’t perfect —and sometimes it fails because of storm surges
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Doug Kass, Seabreeze Partners Management, says Apple's next "wow" product has been discounted away. Meanwhile CNBC's Herb Greenberg discusses whether Blackberry will revitalize Research in Motion.
Now that Apple has updated most of its computing devices, new rumors are already beginning to circulate that the tech giant will soon begin trial production of an "iPhone 5S."
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports European markets are still worried about Greece, while CNBC's Gary Kaminsky compares Apple against RCA. Also, an update on mid-session trading, with CNBC's Bob Pisani.
Apple is expected to start a"trial" production of its next iPhone, the iPhone 5S, in December, reports Steve Shen of DigiTimes, citing a Chinese business newspaper.
Discussing whether Apple's patent settlement with HTC signals a change in strategy under Tim Cook, with Toni Sacconaghi, Sanford C. Bernstein senior analyst.
Bridget Carey, senior editor at CNET, tells CNBC about Best Buy's recent entry into the increasingly popular tablet market.
A recent NYT article claiming of the massive wealth accumulated by the Chinese Premier appears to have caused little stir within a country.