Apple is expected to unveil the next-generation iPad in San Francisco today – a thinner, lighter device with cameras for videoconferencing and possibly a faster Apple-designed A5 chip.
In a highly unusual move, Huawei Technologies, one of the most successful companies in China, has asked the U.S. government to investigate its background formally in the hopes of clearing the company’s path to expand and make deals in United States. The NY Times reports.
Though investors are elated about Apple's performance — its market cap has risen nearly 75% in the past year, to make it the second most valuable U.S. company — there's also quite a bit of uncertainty.
An estimated half a million American seniors have moved overseas to retire, and that number is growing. Some relocate abroad to get a bigger bang for their ever-shrinking retirement buck. Others go in search of adventure.
The heavy call volume in the February expiry would appear to say yes. But unfortunately for Apple investors, a closer look at the activity suggests otherwise.
Kids love to play with devices such as Apple's iPad, and this isn't lost on toy makers, who are using a variety of tactics to keep kids of all ages engaged amid the increased competition for a share of kids' playtime.
To find out, Cramer chats with CEO Glen Post.
Smart phone maker HTC is showing off a tablet computer that can be used either with a finger or with a battery-powered "pen" for drawing and note-taking.
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A two-year collaboration of dissidents gave birth to a new force — a pan-Arab youth movement dedicated to spreading democracy in a region without it, the New York Times reports.
The company announced it’s teaming up with Microsoft in the smartphone battle. Given all the negative news surrounding Nokia this week, it’s good that investors may have something to be positive about.
I may be CBNC’s resident skeptic, but…. I was on a panel the other night at the New York Stock Exchange sponsored by StockTwits, a community for investors and traders launched on the Twitter platform.
Here's an Apple rumor that bears comment: Bloomberg reports that Apple is working on a version of the iPhone that it would consider selling for $200 without a contract.
Here's why you should keep a close eye on these six stocks.
When word broke that AOL struck a deal to buy Huffington Post, on Monday, for more than $300 million, it sent one clear message: content is still king.
There were a few acquisitions in the larger media world this week that were far from blockbusters, but worth a quick review.
On the same day it started taking pre-orders for the iPhone, Verizon Wireless started reserving the right to slow down data service for subscribers who consume far more than others.
Twitter and Facebook thrive on big audiences, but Path co-founder Dave Morin wants you to share precious moments with your inner circle. Path is primarily an iPhone app that lets you share images and memories with up to 50 people.
Though international markets are increasingly important growth areas for both Apple and Google, the U.S. is still vitally important – and perhaps nothing illustrates that better than the drama that will begin to unfold on Thursday. We can call it the Battle for Verizon.
Apple is dominating the smartphone market with its iPhone. Will it be able to maintain its grip, or will Google take a page out of the PC history book and commandeer the lead?
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