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Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) shares saw a little boost at the end of 2012, and even started 2013 with the boost. Bank of America shares more than doubled during 2012 as it closed at $11.61 after it began the year at $5.75. Yesterday, its shares closed at over $12, which is its highest since May 2011.
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL): The Do Not Disturb feature was added by Apple in iOS 6, and it enables users to block all but the most important notifications from lighting the device or making noise. Do Not Disturb also includes a scheduling feature allowing it to automatically shut this mode off at a particular time. On its website, Apple supports the device by acknowledging that a bug has been keeping iOS devices’ Do Not Disturb feature active past its scheduled time. The company claims that the bug should automatically correct itself after January 7, 2013.
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Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) is considering potentially new revenue sources, which includes video ads and music streaming, but the company needs to get past the troubles that were seen when it became a public company last year, according to Bloomberg. Furthermore, the company is forced to deal with concerns regarding privacy rights, which attracts investors and continues CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s pledge that the company is more a social movement than a business.
AT&T, Inc. (NYSE:T): In Wednesday’s trading, AT&T Inc shares surpassed their 200 day moving average of $34.70, by changing hands up to $34.78 per share. As of now, AT&T Inc shares are trading up 3.2 percent on the day.
Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK) is now prepared for the release of its most recent Windows-based tablet during early 2013. The new tablet will be 10.1 inches and will be based on latest Windows RT platform, the tablet version of the Windows8 OS. Also, the tablet runs on ARM computer processor, and it will possess a HDMI output, two USB ports, and a built-in cellular radio. The most notable features of the tablet are a physical keyboard along with the virtual one and a 10-hour battery backup. AT&T Inc. is to be the first operator to offer the tablet soon after its launch the US market.
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