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The “Mad Money” host says “there’s no room at the inn” for these two groups in 2012.
A new study from market researcher NPD confirms that consumers are now taking more than a quarter of their photos and videos on their smartphones.
Europe's Saxo Bank has released the annual list of its 10 most outrageous predictions for 2012. The predictions include Apple's stock price getting cut in half, a dark-horse candidate getting elected as U.S. president and Australia suddenly falling into a recession.
He’s probably the most notorious Apple bull on the Street, but Gene Munster's upside expectations for Apple stock are eye-popping, even for him.
Making the case for Apple as a top stock pick in 2012, with Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray research analyst, who is looking for possible Apple TV next year,along with strong revenue and growth.
From the entire S&P 500, which stocks are analysts expecting to have the biggest pops? Click to find out.
Software giant Microsoft will attend next month's International Consumer Electronics Show, which gathered nearly 150,000 people this year, for the last time.
CNBC's Jane Wells has the details of online sales slowing as we inch towards the end of the holiday season from the Target.com fufillment center in Tucson.
Investors can blame Europe for choking off stock market gains in 2011. But there’s a growing list of geopolitical flashpoints lurking in 2012—and any one of them could pose a risk to stocks.
Wall Street closed with a head of steam Tuesday, with a rally powered ahead by hopes for the financial market, relief for banks and a bit of short-covering thrown in for good measure.
Apple won a patent lawsuit against Taiwan's HTC Corp. over smartphone technology. The case is seen to set the stage for future patent wars, which ultimately no one will win, says Daniel Ernst, principal at Hudson Square Research.
CNBC's Natali Morris shows and discusses the details of hot gadgets selling this holiday season, including the Acer Aspire S3 Ultrabook, and the LG Nitro android phone.
Federal agency rules against Taiwan HTC Corp stating some HTC smart phones using Google Inc.'s Android software infringe on an Apple patent, with Dan Ernst, Hudson Square Research principal.
US stock index futures were pointing to a strongly higher open for Wall Street on Tuesday after a report showing German business optimism rising unexpectedly and as Spanish short-term financing costs fell sharply.
Consensus among investors says that European gridlock caused a flat performance in U.S. stocks this year. Late next year, however, things will turn around with or without a clear sign of economic upturn in Europe, says Joseph Duran, CEO of wealth-management firm United Capital.
CNBC's Jon Fortt takes an in-depth look at tech predictions for 2012 reporting a lot of companies are sitting on cash including: Apple with $80B, Cisco with $44B and Oracle with $30B. Also, Aaron Kessler, Raymond James senior vice president of equity research weighs in.
Salesforce.com and Qualcomm are the technology stocks to buy for 2012, Canaccord Genuity analysts say, while Netflix and Research In Motion are to be avoided.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting Apple is moving forward with their I-TV product. Discussing future Apple dividends and how the company could make some new friends, with Fast Money traders and Peter Misek, Jefferies senior technology analyst. Also, Cablevision shares are surging today after Citigroup added the company to their 'Top Picks' list.
On Christmas morning, millions of people will unwrap new iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches — and immediately start downloading games and other applications for them. It is the biggest day of the year for app sales, which can mean big money for developers. The New York Times reports.
Even if you love the iPad, you're probably not keen to write your next novel using its on-screen virtual keyboard. You may not be thrilled to type up a lengthy email with it, either.