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Earnings beats from Google and IBM boosted Apple stock on Wednesday, as traders bet the one-time darling could regain some of its luster when it reports earnings after the bell.
RIM shares rose two percent in pre-market trading after releasing a new system to allow its biggest customers to use its new line of BlackBerry 10 smartphones on their own networks.
Deceased Apple co-founder Steve Jobs threatened to file a patent lawsuit against Palm if that company's chief executive didn't agree to refrain from poaching Apple employees.
Google reported fourth-quarter earnings that beat expectations, while revenue fell slightly short and its advertising rates fell less than in previous quarters. Shares rose after-hours.
Widely followed Douglas Kass of Seabreeze Partners details facing the technology company.
Microsoft is in talks with Silver Lake Partners and Dell's CEO Michael Dell to invest $1 billion to $3 billion in a leveraged buyout of the PC maker.
Google's earnings will remain a "crapshoot" until it gains more market share in mobile search, said Jordan Rohan, an analyst for Stifel Nicolaus.
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Even though it is widely viewed to be undervalued Apple shareholders could still be in for more rough times if technical strategists are right.
Verizon shares dropped in pre-open trading after the company reported a fourth-quarter loss per share of $1.48.
A common thread though many of the tech earnings reports this cycle? The decline of the PC ecosystem and the rise of mobile.
Facebook just made a potentially game-changing announcement that may have long-term implications for the technology industry, The New York Times reported.
Peter Misek, Jefferies analyst, explains why he upgraded Research in Motion to a "buy" and put a $1950 price target on the stock.
The price action in Apple this week is a classic example of a phenomenon that occurs every January when options expire.
Next week is huge for tech earnings, with two of the biggest names in mobile, Apple and Google, stepping up to the plate.
Former U.S. vice president Al Gore recently netted a huge payday by selling his cable station. Now, it appears he's making another big profit buying Apple's stock on the cheap.
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