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Facebook, Amazon, Uber and others are among the companies that are likely to make big changes in 2015. Here's a few predictions for next year, including those companies and more.
As IBM continues to focus on its cloud operations, it's expanding its network around the world, announcing 48 additional cloud centers around the world dedicated for hybrid cloud computing.
Apple has had a banner 2014, gaining more than 30%, yet investors are wondering what the world's largest company needs to do in 2015 to repeat this year's performance.
Apple, Twitter, Google and others will lead the way next year, as the world gets smaller and more connected.
Microsoft has embraced non-traditional ways of expanding its empire, but its immediate future remains firmly attached to the Windows 10 refresh.
Though semiconductor stocks have had a sharp run in 2014, JPMorgan expects several semiconductor-related names to continue to do well in 2015, for a number of factors.
TheStreet reviews its 10 tech predictions for 2014. Some were spot on, others were beyond terrible.
The decline in shares of Tesla Motors is unconnected to the drop in oil prices and provides an opportunity for anyone who sifts through the noise.
As Apple enters the enterprise market, BlackBerry and Microsoft better be paying attention.
Apple and IBM unveil the first benefits of their working relationship together, announcing 10 new apps for enterprises that should boost Apple's position in the workplace.