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Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White believes that when the low-cost iPhone does arrive, it will be in multiple colors.
Samsung and Jay-Z are currently negotiating a sponsorship deal worth upwards of $20 million revolving around Samsung Mobile
For the month of May, Apple traded fairly consistently between $440 per share and $450 per share, moving above or below that range just occasionally.
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.
The U.S. International Trade Commission’s recent ruling that some of Apple’s devices are infringing on Samsung’s patented technology has put President Obama in an awkward position.
Here are the top trending stocks of the day.
A recent report from a Beijing-based analyst indicates that Apple’s second-quarter iPhone sales have unexpectedly declined.
Is Apple initiating an iPhone trade-in program to help jump-start its recently declining iPhone 5 sales?
The highly anticipated Employment Situation report was released this morning. Here's your cheat sheet to what's buzzing Friday morning.
With ongoing investor malaise and just the company’s 24th annual developers conference to look forward to, shares dipped further into the red.
BlackBerry has launched its new Q10 smartphone in India, looking to regain its former success by targeting one of the fastest growing mobile markets in the world.
U.S. stocks advanced today, as the S&P 500 broke its two-day losing streak. Here's your cheat sheet to today's top stories...
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 managed to snag the top spot at three of the major U.S. carriers in May, while Apple’s iPhone 5 remained the favorite device of consumers at AT&T stores.
Will Apple’s bottom line be negatively impacted by the U.S. International Trade Commission’s decision to ban certain older models of its iPhone and iPad products?
When it comes to business, Apple’s iOS remains the clear leader according to the latest data compiled by Good Technology.
Markets dropped more than 1 percent today as investors continue to face concerns about central bank stimulus coming to an end with a still shaky economy. Here's your cheat sheet to today's top stories...
Analysis on highly active stocks for investors.
New data from comScore reveals that Apple is growing its share of the U.S. smartphone market faster than its rival Samsung.
The major stocks were sharply declining Wednesday. Here are three stories making it happen.
BlackBerry's newest device should hit shores soon, and it will carry a little more tradition than the last phone.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has handed Samsung a significant victory in its ongoing patent-infringement battle against rival smartphone maker Apple by ruling that some of Apple’s devices are infringing on Samsung’s patented technology.
U.S. stock futures declined this morning amid speculation that the Federal Reserve will begin cutting off bond purchases due to improving economic conditions. Here's your cheat sheet to what's buzzing this morning.
Apple investors may have not appreciated news that production for the next iPad mini could be delayed by a month.
Here are the top trading stocks of the day.
Apple has been awarded a patent for NFC-based cross-platform data transfer solution, a technology which will allow users of multiple Apple devices to transfer data between devices with a simple tap.
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.
One of Apple's few remaining and longest-standing leads is nearing an end, as Google gets closer to completing its game of catch-up in the app store.
Nokia's Lumia 520 could be the phone that changes the market in China if the launch of this inexpensive model succeeds.
The Netherlands Supreme Court has ruled against Apple in a patent-infringement case in which the Cupertino-based company was accusing rival tablet maker Samsung of copying the design of the iPad.
When asked whether Apple was in trouble or if it had lost its cool in an interview Tuesday evening at the technology conference D: All Things Digital, Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said “Absolutely not.”