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Although Research In Motion’s positive quarterly report injected the market with new hope for the struggling company, one analyst cautioned investors against considering the stock a value play yet.
Apple owned up to its messy map problem Friday, apologizing for the frustration it has caused users since its launch last week. But by admitting the company's maps system is faulty, did Apple ward off potential buyers? Probably not, said Scott Sutherland, an analyst for Wedbush Securities.
There is no company on Earth that knows how to spin a negative story into good positive vibes better than Apple, and the company did it again on Friday. TheStreet.com reports.
James Faucette, Pacific Crest Securities analyst, and Will Power, Robert W. Baird analyst, discuss the best tech plays to make today after Apple CEO Tim Cook apologies for the Apple maps folly and RIMM announces an earnings beat.
The CEO of embattled BlackBerry maker Research In Motion offered fulsome praise for the company’s highly awaited new device, saying the latest version would offer a “mind changing” experience for users.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company is "extremely sorry" for the frustration that its maps application has caused and it's doing everything it can to make it better.
Will RIM's new Blackberry 10 successfully compete against Apple's iPhone 5? Mike Abramsky, Red Team Global, weighs in on the hot battle waging in the smartphone wars.
Shares in Research in Motion have rallied by five percent since the Blackberry maker shocked the market on Tuesday — by reporting a much-larger-than expected jump in new subscribers.
The BlackBerry maker reported a smaller quarterly loss than expected on higher revenue. Shares jumped more than 14 percent after-hours.
Rovio's latest game, Bad Piggies, has been available for less than 24 hours and is already topping the charts on Apple's app store.
Apple sold out of its latest iPhone as more than 5 million phones flew off the shelves in the three days following their in-store debut, causing one analyst to reduce his shipment estimates for the smartphone.
Better-than-expected earnings boosted Research In Motion stock in after-hours trading, but there’s not a lot of hope left for the BlackBerry maker, Evercore Partners analyst Mark McKechnie said Thursday on CNBC.
Shares of Internet search giant Google have surged 33 percent in the past three months. That’s better than Apple’s 18 percent gain. At least one analyst thinks Google is only just hitting its stride.
Soon, bacon won't be the only thing we'll need to hoard because of shortages.
Taking into account the headwinds facing the PC industry, it’s time to sell or short Hewlett-Packard shares, Jeffries Managing Director Peter Misek said Thursday on CNBC.
Apple’s iPhone 5 supply problem has been exaggerated, making the recent dip in the company’s stock an opportunity, Mike Murphy of Rosecliff Capital said Thursday on CNBC.
After iPhone 5 pre-orders sold out in just under an hour, many are still left waiting for their shipments. Will the slowdown in delivery mean a slowdown for the stock? Steve Milunovich, tech strategist at UBS, weighs in.
Windows 8 might not be enough to keep Microsoft out of a softening PC market, Dan Niles of AlphaOne Capital said Wednesday on CNBC.
Investors spent most of the summer believing that central bankers would protect them from the looming European debt threat, only to find in recent days that they may be wrong.
Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system is being released before it is completely ready, Intel CEO Paul Otellini reportedly told employees in Taiwan at a company event, according to a report.