How will Apple try to turn around their declining tablet market? CNBC's Jon Fortt previews what may be unveiled tomorrow at the Apple event.
Todd Haselton, TechnoBuffalo, and Alex Wilhelm, TechCrunch, discuss what Apple needs unveil at its event to compete in the tablet space. "Apple needs to drop price and play competitively in the market where there is growth" says Haselton.
CNBC's Jon Fortt breaks down the various iPad versions Apple is currently selling. The company has a big announcement on Tuesday.
"The secular bull market has a lot of life left," Altaira's Ralph Acampora says.
More monetary easing in Japan will present opportunity, Joe Terranova of Virtus Investment Partners says.
Apple is about to reveal its next-generation iPads and its likely the devices will get the biggest update in design since the original iPad came out in 2010.
Carolina Milanesi, Gartner Research, says the tablet market is expected to rise 4.5% in 2013 from a year ago driven mainly by a shift to lower priced devices.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Starbucks has been charging customers in China higher prices than other markets, helping the company realize thick profit margins, a report by the official China Central Television said.
Apple is scheduled to hold a highly-anticipated product launch on October 22, where it is expected to unveil new versions of its iPad and iPad Mini.
Asian equities rose on Monday after the S&P 500 hit a record high last week and as bets on extended U.S. monetary stimulus lifted risk appetite.
About 36% of Twitter joiners say they do not use it, a percentage that could become significant as the company marches toward its IPO.
First it was Thom Yorke; now David Byrne has become a talking head on Spotify. Old men of rock just don't see Spotify as much of a music rebel.
Stocks march to record highs. Wondering how to get in on the rally? Here are investment choices using exchange-traded funds.
Next week will be a big one for the tech industry. It kicks off with a big earnings announcement from Netflix, and the following day is Apple's event.
The post-shutdown market means earnings are back in focus, and that was bad news for IBM.
Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers:
IBM's Asia Pacific business overall was down 5 percent from last year's levels, and a huge portion of the problem appears to be in China.
Apple is cutting production orders for its iPhone 5C a month after launch, fueling speculation the cheaper model may have been priced too high.
Dave Rovelli says he's bullish on stocks, using the 100-day moving average as support.