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.
A bubble hasn't formed in the bond market, but the bubble in shares of Apple will continue to deflate, Jeffrey Gundlach, founder of money manager DoubleLine Capital, told CNBC on Thursday.
Apple's $121 billion in cash could be put to better use, Business Insider's Henry Blodget says.
Amazon.com has strengths that make it a long-term investment, Business Insider's Henry Blodget says.
This year's Consumer Electronics Show will have three major themes: PCs, mobile, and TV.
Business Insider's Henry Blodget takes issue with Apple's profit margins and cash on its balance sheet.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Apple has begun testing another new version of the iPhone and the latest iteration of their iOS operating system, according to The Next Web.
Sure another DC debacle may be looming, but Jim Cramer refuses to get bogged down by it.
Stocks kicked off the first trading day of 2013 with a sharp 2-percent rally across the board fueled by the last-minute budget deal by lawmakers to avert the "fiscal cliff" that would have pushed the economy into recession.
Shares of Apple are up 3 percent, helped by reports that the tech giant is testing a new iPhone, with James Brehm, Compass Intelligence, and Brian White, Topeka Capital.
It’s easy to see why thieves might target an electronics store, but sometimes they steal items of unknown or dubious value, that range from the confusing to the downright bizarre.
A few different stocks are now preferable to Apple, Omega Advisors CEO Leon Cooperman says.
A U.S. judge on Wednesday granted Amazon's bid to end part of Apple lawsuit over Amazon's use of the term "APP STORE."
All ten S&P sectors are up over 1 percent, with the FMHR traders. Meanwhile Leon Cooperman, chairman of Omega Advisors, shares his outlook for 2013. "There is a bubble in the bond market right now," he says. "Equities are modestly undervalued."