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Apple users complained about the inaccuracies of the Apple Maps - a new navigation app for the iPhone and iPad – but that did not stop them from lining up for the latest smartphone from the company on Friday.
Customers anxious to be among the first to get their hands on the new Apple iPhone 5, stand in long lines to buy their new smartphones.
Even Apple's co-found had to wait in line to buy his new Apple iPhone 5.
Tech giants Google and Apple are the most notable to have experienced its impact, but many more companies across the globe have seen the effect a chief executive's illness can have on their share price. The uncertainty associated with a sudden announcement of medical leave hits some firms harder than others, and the level of understanding differs widely, experts told CNBC.com.
Some employees of Apple's French stores voted to strike on Friday, aiming for maximum impact by timing the walkout to coincide with the debut of the iPhone 5.
Apple Maps, released Wednesday as part of the iO6 rollout, is getting slammed by users as being, well, no Google Maps.
A contributor to TheStreet.com discusses a few stocks that are constantly on the forefront of the valuation discussion and tries to answer the prevailing question of whether or not stocks always reflect a company's underlying value.
Millions of iPhone customers may soon find themselves losing touch with an old friend: Google’s maps, the New York Times reports.
When looking for a point at which to sell Apple stock, don’t turn to Wall Street analysts, MarketWatch Columnist Mark Hulbert said Wednesday on CNBC.
There’s a Mac to PC fight going on in the video sharing space, Vimeo CEO Kerry Trainor told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.”
Apple began rolling out its latest operating system Wednesday, just a few days before its iPhone 5 is scheduled to hit store shelves.
Any Federal Reserve exit from its extraordinary monetary stimulus is still far off, Jeffrey Gundlach, noted bond investor and CEO of DoubleLine Capital told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” on Wednesday.
Hewlett-Packard now wants to compete with leaders Apple, Google, and Samsung, which currently dominate an already saturated phone market. TheStreet.com reports.
Scott Stein,CNET.com senior editor, shows off new changes in Apple's latest iPhone and discusses how its newest device changes the smartphone wars.
Does this mean Apple is losing money on the device? Let's look at the numbers
Groupon is taking on established players like American Express, plus successful startups like Square, which Visa backs, along with PayPal and Google, which are also getting into the mobile payments space.
AT&T Wireless' CEO Ralph de la Vega, discusses how record pre-order sales of the iPhone 5 are helping his company.
At $700 a share, Apple is still undervalued and could hit the $1,000 mark, said James Altucher, founder of Stockpicker.com, on Tuesday. But with Amazon's new Kindle Fire HD on the way to market, the iPhone and iPad maker still faces headwinds, he cautioned.
Facebook's price-to-earnings ratio is 123, while Apple's is 16.5. So which is a better investment? Max Wolff, Greencrest Capital senior analyst, and Greg Troccoli, Chart Lab Pro president.
CNBC's Herb Greenberg offers insight on the latest movement in Apple's stock; and discussing whether Apple is a worthy investment now, with James Altucher, StockPickr.com founder, and Jon Burnham, Burnham Financial Group chairman.