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Rob Enderle, Principal Analyst at the Enderle Group says Nvidia's portable gaming system Project Shield is one of the game changers at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Dan Loeb's Third Point was the clear hedge fund standout in a horrible year for the industry as almost nine out of 10 managers underperformed the S&P 500.
Stocks came off their lows but still finished in negative territory Monday, pulling back after last week's sharp rally and ahead of the fourth-quarter earnings season.
Apple bears may have knocked off roughly a quarter of the company's stock price since September, but R.W. Baird senior analyst Will Power still sees value in the beaten-up tech giant.
To Facebook bulls, mobile advertising is now making the company a screaming buy. TheStreet.com reports.
Brian White,Topeka Capital Markets, provides his top tech stock picks for the year, including Corning and Apple.
At the world's largest technology conference that kicks off on Monday, the most intriguing innovations showcased may be gadgets and technology that turn everyday items into connected, smarter machines.
As firms like Foxconn shift factories away from higher-cost centers, they are discovering that workers in new locations across China are not as abundant as they had expected, prompting multinationals and their suppliers to use millions of teenage students from vocational and technical schools on assembly lines.
Two thirds of the 420,000 patrol cars in the United States are equipped with Panasonic's rugged Toughbook computers, and chief Kazuhiro Tsuga sees the niche product as a model for how the sprawling conglomerate can make money beyond a gadget mass market increasingly dominated by Samsung Electronics and Apple.
Stocks finished higher Friday, with the S&P 500 posting its highest close since December 2007, after a better-than-expected services sector report and jobs report.
For the third-straight year, consumer electronics sales faded in the later part of the holiday season as shoppers made purchases early in order to take advantage of heavily promoted Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, according to a study.
“There’s no question that investors in all locations are really trying to put pressure on companies, asking 'how do you make money?” says one author.
Rumor has it White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew is a potential nominee for Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner's seat, and discussing whether 2013 is the year Samsung smartphones will surpass Apple, with CNBC's Robert Frank and Kayla Tausche.
Two widely followed hedge fund managers ended the year on divergent notes with Daniel Loeb handily beating the broader stock market with double-digit returns while David Einhorn posted only a modest single-digit annual gain after his flagship fund performed poorly at year end.
Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:
Not all the "Fast Money" traders agree on which tech giant's stock makes the strongest choice for 2013.
Shares of Google are up 3.5 percent year-to-date compared to Apple down by 1 percent, with the FMHR traders; and Tony Dwyer, Canaccord Genuity, reveals the positive signs that makes him one of the Street's biggest bulls.
Samsung is expected to widen its lead over Apple in global smartphone sales, helped by a broad product lineup, a market researcher firm said Friday.
Foxconn is expanding in Brazil, where many plants make Apple products to avoid import taxes on goods sent from China, The FT reports.
Google on Thursday ended a long slog with the FTC. Stephen Pociask, American Consumer Institute, weighs in on CNBC.