CNBC's Jon Fortt reports RIM is ready to unveil its much-hyped smartphone. And, Tim Long, BMO Capital Markets; and Jonathan Geller, BGR.com, founder & editor-In-chief, weigh in on BlackBerry's big bet.
The innovative line of BlackBerry smartphones that Research In Motion will formally unveil on Wednesday has already succeeded on one crucial count - getting RIM back in the conversation.
Asian stocks closed higher on Wednesday, with investors shifting their focus to corporate earnings in the region and the Federal Reserve's policy announcement later in the day.
South Korea's Samsung Electronics did not willfully infringe on some of Apple's patents, a U.S. federal court has ruled, foiling Apple's attempt to ratchet up the $1.05 billion in damages it was awarded last August by a U.S. jury.
LG Electronics fell short of consensus forecasts in quarterly earnings on Wednesday, with profits in its TV division tumbling to around one tenth of year-earlier levels as the world's No.2 TV maker bumped up promotional spending in the year-end holiday season.
South Korean chipmaker SK Hynix returned to a quarterly profit on Wednesday on demand from mobile device makers such as Apple, but it fell far short of forecasts on weak sales of computer chips and a strong won.
Millions of network-connected devices are vulnerable to a new hack.
The online retailer's earnings and outlook fell short of forecasts but revenue jumped 22 percent during the quarter and margins were strong. Shares initially fell then popped higher after-hours.
Research In Motion's new BlackBerry 10 and Z10 smartphone is a "show-me" moment, TradeMonster's Jon Najarian says.
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos is the new Steve Jobs, SkyBridge's Anthony Scaramucci says.
The company posted quarterly revenue at the high end of its target range as demand improved for its chips and it announced a 10 percent increase in its dividend.
United's international first-class service fell short of a five-star experience with casual service and average meals.
Stocks closed higher on Tuesday as the Dow marched toward the 14,000 level and investors looked ahead to Wednesday's Federal Reserve policy announcement. A gain in the energy sector following strong earnings from refiner Valero and big gains in the pharma sector after Pfizer's solid earnings report supported stocks.
Has Apple lost its edge with the college crowd? Jane Wells headed to California State University to find out what the students had to say.
Technical analyst Ennis Taner explains why he thinks Apple is close to bottoming out and will outperform the rest of the tech sector over the next six months. CNBC.com's Jeff Cox argues on behalf of Research In Motion. (2:57)
CNBC's Seema Mody takes a look at two tech competitors and their highly-anticipated product debuts: BlackBerry 10 and a new iPad.
CNBC's Seema Mody takes a look at where investors put their money when they rotate out of Apple. And Jane Wells heads out to a college campus to find out where the next generation is looking for the latest, greatest tech devices.
It's dangerous to look solely at momentum as a trading trigger says this pro.
CNBC's Jane Wells asks college students which smartphone is the "coolest."
Research In Motion's BlackBerry 10 launches tomorrow, but shares of RIMM are down. Francesco Guerrera, Wall Street Journal, offers insight.