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U.S. stocks rose today, with the S&P 500 rising to its highest point in June as investors wait for news from the Federal Reserve's two-day meeting. Here's your cheat sheet to today's top stories.
Intel's new Xeon Phi line of high-speed computer chips are being used in the world's fastest and most powerful supercomputer, China's Xianhe-2.
Due to the U.S. tax code being longer than 70,000 pages, new corporate perks are made public seemingly every other week.
Nvidia is banking on the automotive industry's continued interested in the company's Tegra processor, as more high tech equipment is being built into vehicles as a standard feature.
What makes the new MacBook Air so different?
Time Warner Cable is reportedly offering incentives for media companies that don't make their content available to online TV-providers, as the battle between traditional cable networks and streaming online TV-services continues.
SanDisk provides valuable and essential data storage solutions that engage with many technology products used and increasing rates by consumers and companies worldwide. The stock has been on a powerful surge higher that has led it to a critical price level.
Here is a look at memorable developers conferences of past years.
There may be a lot of attention going to new software and new MacBooks, which have been anticipated at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, but another item might be worth noting, even if it doesn't show up this week.
Intel is spending big on efforts to score the best content from entertainment companies. Will it work to disrupt the media business?
Google and Apple will be facing some serious competition in the coming years from mobile operating system platform Tizen, which will soon be featured in devices from Samsung and Intel.
Although you never know what unexpected surprises Tim Cook & Co. may have up their sleeves, here are five things to expect at this year’s WWDC.
Will Apple debut a new MacBook Air with improved Wi-Fi capability at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference?
Microsoft is really pushing to get its software into customers' hands with greater force. Windows RT and Windows 8 are receiving particularly strong efforts from the company.
As the Worldwide Developers Conference draws near, more rumors have emerged about the possible debut of new versions of Apple’s MacBook Pro and MacBook Air.
While it seemed like Microsoft was in troubled water with Windows 8, it just might be a bit worse with the more basic Windows RT. But that may be changing.
Intel provides essential technology including microprocessors, chipsets, and software products and services to a growing consumer base and expanding companies around the world. The stock has been part of a long-term range but a recent run may see it tagging the top of this range if not breaking above it.
The thin glass market in Korea is booming thanks to demand for products from Apple and Samsung that feature LCD displays.
SanDisk provides data storage products and solutions to consumers and companies at an increasing rate. The stock has been on an impressive run over the last few years and looks to be ready to test previous all-time high prices.
Have Apple shares become a poor investment choice?
Renowned Apple analyst Horace Dediu recently posted several questions that he would like to ask Tim Cook about Apple’s current business practices and the future direction of the company.
Will Intel’s new Haswell series of processors give Apple’s next generation of MacBooks a significant energy boost?
Intel's Atom chip will power at least one Galaxy tablet, which is a major score for the processor that has gone largely unnoticed in unpopular devices.
Cisco's huge investment in VCE can give investors cause for concern, yet the venture's business with Apollo Group and other clients bodes well for all parties.
HP is going to launch a 20 inch tablet-slash-all-in-one-PC, and it could help Microsoft find a tablet niche for Windows 8
Apple has given its official confirmation that the Worldwide Developers Conference, or WWDC, will begin with a keynote presentation on June 10.
Apple may have more reason to worry, as more analysts predict that Moore's Law is beginning to face its natural limits, and makers of high-end smartphones are about to feel its effects.
Here are some hot stocks seeing market movement today...
Although Mac growth remaining the same is "neutral to good news," the real story behind Apple growth will come from iPhone and iPad innovation.
The rumor mill keeps chugging along as more information on the supposed iWatch has come out.