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The new iPad is in its element displaying and editing high-resolution photos. CNBC's Jon Fortt puts the new Apple tablet through its paces.
Apple's stock price could go to $960 or higher, giving the tech giant a market value approaching $1 trillion, a Morgan Stanley analyst said Wednesday.
Software developers are salivating over prospects for the new iPad, which sold out online within two days of its unveiling and won't ship now for up to three weeks. Apple had originally set the ship date for March 16. The new iPad goes on sale in stores on a first-come, first-served basis on Friday.
Take a look at some of Wednesday morning’s early movers:
Stocks closed sharply higher Tuesday, pushing the major averages to multi-year highs, on news of a stronger US economy and recovering banking sector.
Robert Greifeld, Nasdaq OMX Group CEO, discusses his major goals for Nasdaq over the next five years as well as efforts to bring Facebook into the Nasdaq fold.
Strong potential sales of the new iPad and a dividend that looks increasingly likely led one analyst to raise Apple’s price target Tuesday to $699 per share.
Apple's Siri-centric commercials for the iPhone 4S are the focus of a controversy this week, as a man in New York is suing Apple for what he claims are "misleading" TV advertisements.
RIM’s market drop has been so dramatic, analyst Mark McKechnie of ThinkEquity says it’s likely too late for a comeback.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open for Wall Street on Tuesday, on positive investor sentiment ahead of the Fed’s latest statement on interest rates and the U.S. economy.
Take a look at some of Tuesday morning’s early movers:
The popularity of mobile technology is making it a “critical year” for the companies and chip makers that create personal computers, Cowen & Co. analyst Matthew Hoffman told CNBC.
Todd Haselton, of TechnoBuffalo and Matthew Hoffman, Cowen & Company, discuss whether reports of the PC's "death" are premature.
Clearly, we are in an unprecedented time in economic history of the United States. And the Federal Reserve stands as the activist institution holding the strings to the future of economic recovery.
With a new iPad poised to hit store shelves on March 16, plenty of current iPad owners will likely hit the used electronics market to sell their older tablet.
Take a look at some of Monday morning’s early movers:
See “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer’s “Game Plan” for the week of Monday, March 12.
Apple’s new iPad, along with the slew of Google Android-based tablets, spells big opportunity for Cisco, according to Robert Lloyd, the networking giant’s executive vice president of worldwide operations.
If you're taking the jobs report as a sign that the bulls are about to charge, you might want to re-think that thesis.
The author writes, "Tim has a strong tech background, he doesn't have the "entrepreneurial credit" with investors that Steve had, nor the "geek credit" either."