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T-Mobile is getting rid of 2-year contracts, and that it will finally carry the iPhone. The "Street Signs" crew, weighs in.
CheapAir.com released the first-ever app allowing users to search for flights by simply speaking their request into an iPhone or iPad.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports on the highest performing stocks on the Nasdaq. Apple is currently the top dividend payer in technology.
T-Mobile USA will start selling Apple Inc's iPhone on April 12, making it the last of the national U.S. operators to sell the device.
For Apple, the focus will be on the second half of the year when it launches new products and puts some of its $140 billion of excess cash to work, an analyst told CNBC.
Dissecting the latest headlines in technology, with CNBC's Jon Fortt. Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster has a $767 price target on Apple and T-Mobile's new 'no contract' commitment.
A few stocks still hold value, C.T. Fitzpatrick of Vulcan Value Partners says.
With cheap shale gas making the US a magnet for industrial companies, many economists are positing a return to industrialization after more than a decade of consumption-led growth.
Channing Smith, Capital Advisors Growth Fund, explains why he is keeping an eye on Apple, since shares have rallied nearly eight percent since its March 4th lows.
Stock index futures extended their gains Tuesday as Wall Street cheered a batch of better-than-expected economic reports that pointed to an ongoing recovery.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open Tuesday:
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As Apple's sales outlook slows down, what happens to the tech giant's suppliers? CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more.
Stocks bounced off their worst levels but still ended in negative territory Monday, as initial euphoria over Cyprus fizzled and even after Eurogroup head's Jeroen Dijsselbloem backtracked on his previous comments that the island nation's bailout is a template for bank rescues.
Blackberry's weak U.S. launch of its Z10 smartphone shows the company still doesn't have what it takes to compete, an analyst said.
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Consumers are buying more phone and tablet accessories online. Chet Pipkin, Belkin CEO, discusses how this could impact his business.
Apple could boost countless start-up companies with its cash hoard, 2929 Entertainment CEO Todd Wagner says.
The FAA may announce by year's end relaxed rules, allowing use of tablets and reading devices during takeoff and landing, the New York Times reports.
Dell shareholders would "lose badly" if the takeover battle for the struggling PC maker results in Michael Dell losing control, management expert Jeffrey Sonnenfeld told CNBC.