In 2011, Americans spent almost 1 percent of their household income on iPads, iPhones and other devices. Lauren Young, wealth editor at Thomson Reuters, offers insight on why Apple's products are so in demand.
Google maps is approved for listing in the Apple app store; and Best Buy shares jump on reports its founder Richard Schulze is prepared to make a $5-$6 billion buyout offer, with CNBC's Robert Frank and John Carney.
Yahoo appointed a former PayPal executive to its board of directors Thursday, while two other board members stepped down.
Apple's TV innovation will be in software, not hardware, said Porter Bibb of Media Tech Capital Partners.
A U.S. jury on Thursday found that Apple's iPhone infringed three patents owned by holding company MobileMedia Ideas, though damages have not yet been determined.
A little-known Internet start-up that serves some of the Web's most controversial characters sees a business opportunity in cyberwars.
Porter Bibb, Media Tech Capital Partners, explains why he doesn't believe Apple is getting into the business of making television devices. "Apple is a steal at these prices," Bibb said.
Apple iPhone users are rejoicing after Google rolled out its Google Maps app on Apple devices.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Apple's stock may be sliding as investors fret about growing competition, but store visits and interviews with smartphone and tablet shoppers in 10 cities around the world suggest consumers share little of that negativity.
Google's mobile navigation application Google Maps will now be available in Apple's app store, the Internet search giant said on its official blog.
Clues abound as to what Apple's television product might look like, Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster says.
Stocks wiped out their gains in choppy trading Wednesday to close narrowly mixed, after Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's comments following the central bank's latest policy announcement and as ongoing worries over the "fiscal cliff" continued to weigh.
What stock did people in the U.S. Google the most in 2012? To no surprise whatsoever, it was Facebook.
Max Wolff, Greencrest Capital, and Richard Ross, Auerbach Grayson, turn to the charts to see what Apple TV could mean for the stock.
Dell CEO Michael Dell said his namesake company was plowing money and development into hot-button areas of the technology sector.
Third quarter results and fourth quarter outlooks have been tainted by uncertainty over fiscal cliff. But what is an investible way to play a resolution?
CNBC's Bob Pisani and John Carney discuss Michigan's new labor law; Apple's possible venture into television design; and Coinstar's new streaming service.
Jim Cramer’s right-hand researcher Nicole Urken takes a look at specialty retail and beyond.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers: