A flurry of companies are set to announce their third-quarter earnings results in upcoming weeks. Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at Standard & Poor's, said he thinks an improving GDP figure, the declining dollar and lower oil prices could cause the reports to be better than expected.
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Maxis, Malaysia's biggest telecom firm plans to list on the stock market by mid-November, media reports said.
Verizon Wireless and Google say they are teaming up to speed development of new mobile devices based on Google's Android software that will run on Verizon's cell phone network.
Tens of thousands of Americans have turned their cars, vans and trucks into mobile offices, wired with phones and computers to stay in close touch with bosses and customers. Many don't realize the danger, the New York Times reports.
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The national union representing flight attendants wants Congress to ban in-flight phone calls, and survey after survey of airline passengers shows strong opposition to allowing cellphones on planes.
Research in Motion reported a profit that rose over last year and topped expectations, but sales fell short of forecasts and the Blackberry maker's shares plunged in late trading.
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Sometimes the laggard stock is just the one you want.
Some of the market’s key drivers could rise or fall based on these quarterly numbers, the Mad Money host says.
This company doesn’t make handsets, but it is crucial to growth in the mobile-Internet market.
A shift in how iPhone sales are reported could send this stock soaring, the Mad Money host says.
Initially rolled out by Microsoft in 2006, the Zune was positioned as a wannabe iPod killer – and was promptly squashed by Apple’s popular system. Now the Zune HD, a redesigned, flashier version of the system, is hitting retail shelves.
These companies could help solve one of the industry’s biggest problems right now.
The solution to network overload is to build more cell towers, Cramer says.
More than 20 million other smartphone users are on the AT&T network, but other phones do not drain the network the way the nine million iPhones users do. Howls of protest are more numerous in the dense urban areas with higher concentrations of iPhone owners.
Stocks closed with modest gains, helped by a rally among bank stocks as well as oil prices.
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