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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.
Square's footprint continues to grow, as the company announces its sellers processed more $100 million in sales in one day.
Nicknamed "The Bond King," Jeffrey Gundlach is having his last conference call of the year to discuss the economy, the markets and his outlook for where bonds go in 2015.
Amazon, intent on ruling all of retail, unveils a new 'Make an Offer' feature that is designed to allow people to haggle over prices.
Recent events suggest that Amazon not only will come in ahead of its own estimates but is taking market share from eBay and other online retailers.
DataGravity hopes its offerings will help businesses understand what's in all that data and how best to visualize it so the data fit their needs.
Google shares fell after being downgraded on several key factors, including worries about the search business and major competition from the likes of Apple and Facebook.
Facebook went public at a $104 billion valuation in May 2012. Some believe Uber will get to a nine figure valuation mark sometime next year.
Ride-sharing company Uber just raised another $1.2 billion in funding, giving it a $40 billion valuation, as the company continues to explode in popularity.
The Fitbit Charge is a good purchase for anyone who wants a simple, easy to understand way of keeping track of daily activities.
Amazon is getting into the private label business, announcing Amazon Elements, a new line of premium, everyday items that are available only to Amazon Prime members.
Apple continues to get love from Wall Street as JMP Securities boosts its price target on the stock of the world's largest company.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is fearful that because of regulatory issues the U.S. may fall behind other countries in getting drone delivery.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos believes that although the Fire Phone initially has been a disappointment it's going to take time to get it right.
Consumers have taken to Apple's iPhone in droves since it was released in September, but demand may be stronger than some on Wall Street are expecting.
Netflix shares were falling despite revealing the teaser trailer for the company's mega-hit series, House of Cards.
As Apple gets set for perhaps its largest holiday quarter ever, investors may still be underestimating how much gas is left in the company's tank.
As shoppers turned to Amazon on Black Friday, the company's hardware strategy appears to be paying off with Kindle e-reader and Fire tablet sales up significantly year over year.
HP's fourth quarter earnings results will show whether CEO's Meg Whitman turnaround plan for the company is actually working.
Jeffery Gundlach has been a huge fan of Tesla Motors, saying the company could "change society," and has gone so far that his firm owns shares in the automaker.
With perhaps the strongest product lineup ever, Apple is poised to win Black Friday and perhaps the entire holiday season like never before.
Intel shares tacked on gains following a sharp run-up after the company held its analyst day, announcing 2015 guidance, soothing investors' about the future of the world's largest chipmaker.
As Apple's new iPhones show how important they are to the company, investors want to know how wide the split really is -- -- a lot wider than you think.
Yahoo! was so proud to trot out its search deal with Firefox, but Google won't lose any sleep over it.
Tesla shares are falling in premarket trading on Wednesday after Morgan Stanley cut 2015 earnings estimates on the back of the delayed Model X launch.
Intel has been hard at work moving into the wearable technology space, and the official launch of MICA is the latest effort that it's serious about this market.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick apologized after one of Uber's executives suggested the company should spend $1 million looking into the personal lives of journalists who oppose it.
IBM is trying to reinvent work email, using its analytics and data prowess to give employees a new way to converse more efficiently at work, going after Google and Microsoft.
Do it yourself queen Martha Stewart is taking crafts to the next dimension -- the third dimension.
Uber announced it would be teaming up with Spotify to allow customers to listen to their playlists wherever they take an Uber and the music is already playing.
As digital wallets and mobile payments become more prevalent, transactions on smartphones are expected to soar by 2017.
The automotive industry is seeing innovation, as Tesla takes mindshare away from traditional automakers, but one company that may change the industry completely isn't really a car company: Uber.
Cisco continues to see an uneven recovery for the world's largest networking equipment manufacturer, particularly as net neutrality becomes a bigger debate in the U.S.
Cisco shares rose in after-hours after the networking equipment giant posted fiscal first quarter results that were better than expected.
IBM continues to push the boundaries of its Watson Group, announcing an investment in Pathway Genomics to deliver an app based on a person's genetics from their personal makeup.
Tesla is on track to do something few car companies have ever done: grow 50% a year for the foreseeable future. But it needs to get its production levels straight.
Tesla shares rose following strong third-quarter earnings and an outlook that says the company may grow 50% per year for the 'foreseeable future.'
Tesla has been a darling of Wall Street over the past eighteen months, as the Elon Musk-led company has defied critics, building a car company that seems poised to last.
Tesla's third quarter may show a drop in Model S deliveries, but its hopes rely on the rest of 2014, as it seeks to surpass 35,000 deliveries for the year.
Alibaba shares fall after the Chinese Internet conglomerate posts better-than-expected revenue in its first ever quarterly earnings report since becoming a public company.
Amazon is working hard to get its tablet lineup up to par with Apple, and it has in some aspects, except the key one -- apps.
As Square fights to remain relevant in the payments world, it's expanding its reach to more than just the small business clientele, including larger brands like Uniqlo, Burberry and Lululemon.
As consumers become more aware of the Apple Pay and Google Wallet mobile payment systems, other players such as Dwolla are emerging.
Apple CEO Timothy D. Cook has unveiled to the world that he is gay, saying he "is proud to be gay."
Facebook plunges after the company says revenue for the fourth quarter would be below consensus at a time of strength in the sector. Meanwhile, expenses are spiraling higher.
Twitter's third quarter shows it's more of the same for the company -- its biggest problem is not the viability of its business, it's growing the user base.
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Twitter has had a rocky 2014 so far, with shares moving violently based on how many millions of monthly active users (MAUs) it adds in a quarter.
The wearable technology space has received enormous interested since Apple unveiled the Apple Watch, but others in the space, including Fitbit aren't going to let Apple have all the fun.
Amazon shares may see significant pain over the short term, but the long-term outlook remains positive.
Yelp shares plunged Thursday after the social reviews and delivery service company gave a fourth-quarter outlook sharply lower than forecast, causing investors to worry about the company's immediate future.
Yahoo! silences some of its critics after it posts better-than-expected third-quarter results, which may give CEO Marissa Mayer more time to work on her comprehensive turnaround plan.
3D Systems shares plunged after the 3D printing company said it expects third-quarter revenue to be materially lower than expected, citing a delayed availability of its newest products.
Yahoo!'s quarterly results may have shown the core business is slowly improving, but both CEO Marissa Mayer and CFO Ken Goldman focused seemingly on every shareholder complaint and then some.
Yahoo! shares surged 3% after the company posted third-quarter earnings that were sharply better than expected, led by a gain related to the stake it sold in Alibaba BABA.
Apple's mobile payments initiative Apply Pay is a success so far, according to CEO Tim Cook, but there's one major place you can't use it yet: Chipotle.
Demand for Apple iPhone and Mac is so strong that not only is it surprising Wall Street, it's surprising the most bullish people of all: Apple.
Apple has had a busy several weeks, with the launch of the new products, but eyes will be on the company's earnings and its outlook for the all-important holiday season.
IBM shares plunge after the company badly misses third-quarter earnings estimates and after it paid GlobalFoundries $1.5 billion to take its money-losing semiconductor unit off its hands.
WWE has placed a huge bet on the WWE Network being a radical transformation to its business.
Google shares are falling after the search giant posted third-quarter results that missed estimates, due in large part to slowing paid click growth.
Apple is slated to unveil its latest iPad and Macs at an event today. TheStreet is live blogging the event.
Apple has unveiled several new products, but the one that has excited investors the most is Apple Pay, Apple's payments system. The question remains who, if anyone, will use it.
Netflix shares plummet after the company misses revenue expectations and subscriber estimates, noting that the fourth quarter would be challenging as well because of increased expenses.
Following Netflix's third quarter earnings, the company's future as a service is not in doubt, but its earnings power may be.
Though the PC industry isn't growing as it was during the 1990s, Intel has shown over the past two quarters that the industry isn't dead yet.
Skyworks Solutions shares soared after the semiconductor company raised fourth-quarter guidance, due in large part to what many believe is strength in Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus sales.
Intel's earnings will show whether the PC rebound is real and whether other initiatives in data centers and the 'Internet of Things' can be meaningful drivers of growth.
Tesla continues pushing the bounds on not just where it takes the electric vehicle market, but the entire industry as well, which may boost sales, in addition to its stock.
Apple continues to resonate with consumers, amping demand for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and eating into Android sales.
Tesla unveils not one but three updated dual motor versions of the Model S, in addition to auto pilot, as it continues to push the boundaries for electric cars.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk continues to set the world ablaze, as the enigmatic leader unveiled that Tesla has more to show off than is currently known.
Peter Thiel, who helped build PayPal, gives his reasons on why Tesla has been so successful as a clean energy company, when others have failed.
IBM continues to push the boundaries of where Watson will take it, unveiling Watson-powered apps from partners in various sectors, as adoption for cognitive and cloud computing increases.
GT Advanced Technologies has announced it will be filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, as the company had more than $1 billion in debt and only $85 million in cash.
The decision to split HP into two companies will allow the companies to try and remain competitive, while attracting strategic interest for both groups from outside sources.
Oracle held its analyst day as part of its OpenWorld conference, where the company continues to show that its capabilities in the cloud continue to be strong.
Ahead of Netflix earnings, one analyst believes the company's international opportunities remain underestimated, as the company continues to drive into new markets, such as France, Germany and others.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk continues to set the world ablaze, as the enigmatic leader unveiled that Tesla has more to show off than is currently known.
Intel announced that its Basis unit is unveiling a new fitness and sleep tracker, the Basis Peak, as the company continues to push into the wearable devices market.
Apple finally gets its big entry into China, as the company will be selling its iPhone and iPhone 6 Plus starting Oct. 17 into the world's largest cellular market.
Tesla's plant in Fremont, Calif., is capable of producing more than 500,000 cars a year. Here's what it looks like inside.
Apple's new iPhones, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, may continue to add to Apple's lead when it comes to traffic, as consumers use iOS more than Android devices.
HP unveiled two new servers which use chip designs from ARM Holdings, as HP continues to push the benefits of cost efficiencies and the big shift in tech for mobility.
Yahoo! shares soared after activist investor Starboard Value Partners sent the company a letter with ways to work on increasing shareholder value.
Though BlackBerry is hanging by a thread, CEO John Chen continues to show just how strong that thread is, as the company slowly continues to turn itself around.
Investors were relieved after InvenSense's chip was used in the latest iPhones, but concerns over its future have caused a downturn in shares, which may be a buying opportunity.
Accenture continues to struggle, and the consulting firm admits that pressure from competitors has been impacting the business.
As investors continue to worry about Amazon's long-term spending plans, the company may be able to do two things to reassure shareholders, according to some on Wall Street.
Though Apple's new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are not yet on sale in China, the country's massive adoption of 4G bodes well for Apple's future in China.
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