• Tokyo stocks closed almost flat on Christmas Day. Trade was thin, with participants citing the holidays in overseas markets.

  • Stocks Close Lower Ahead of Holiday Weekend Friday, 22 Dec 2006 | 4:05 PM ET

    Stocks bucked a trend and closed lower on the last session before the Christmas holiday on investor concerns about a slower economy.

  • RIMM Blowing Past Even Rosiest Projections Friday, 22 Dec 2006 | 11:12 AM ET

    It's the kind of surprise RIMM investors were hoping for:  The company once again blowing past even the rosiest projections and providing the kind of guidance that was really a nice Holiday gift.  But was it?  First, the news:  RIMM posting $835 million in revenue.  The high forecasts from the street were around $816 million.  New subscriptions?  The high-end was 810,000 new Blackberry users on the quarter.  The company reports 875,000 instead!

  • Strong Guidance Powers Research In Motion Thursday, 21 Dec 2006 | 5:06 PM ET

    Shares of Research In Motion (RIM) jumped in post-market trading after the company reported strong subscriber growth and revenue guidance well above analysts' expectations.

  • RIMM Crushing The Competition, Says Analyst Thursday, 21 Dec 2006 | 4:35 PM ET

    BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion issued quarterly earnings results, today after the bell.  CNBC’s Jim Goldman sorted through the numbers and Peter Misek, Senior Technology Analyst at Canaccord Adams had the instant analysis.

  • Will Palm Hold Its Own In Hand-Held Market? Tuesday, 19 Dec 2006 | 1:01 PM ET

    It's a day of reckoning for Palm--which is set to release its earnings later today. The hand-held pioneer has seen its market share dwindle to almost nothing--with rivals like Research in Motion (they make the BlackBerry) now dominating the market. So what's ahead for Palm? Can it come back? Jon Fortt is Senior Editor at Business 2.0 magazine....

  • ID Theft: Protecting Against Wireless Hackers Friday, 15 Dec 2006 | 3:23 PM ET

    There seems to be a new wave of "hacker attacks"--aimed at your cell phones and BlackBerrys. But is there any way to protect yourself? On Today’s "Street Signs," Erin Burnett asked  Ed English, with internet security firm Trend Micro and Anne Wallace from The Identity Theft Assistance Center. Ed English explained that hackers who break into computers are now targeting cell phones and mobile devices - anywhere that we’re storing personal information.

  • Wireless is Still the Hottest Sector in Tech Monday, 4 Dec 2006 | 2:23 PM ET

    Yikes! Two major players in wireless with warnings kind of makes you wonder: is the hottest sector in tech cruising for a slowdown? Or is there some disconnect between them and everyone else?  Despite Palm's and Nokia's issues, wireless is hardly dead, or even dying. It remains one of the most robust sub-sectors in tech and with mobile music and mobile video, will remain so in 2007. And to prove the point, I'm filing this blog on my Blackberry!