Reports surfaced over the weekend that Amazon will release its first smartphone this fall, adding competition to an already crowded market.
Ericsson (ERIC) stock is falling Monday on news that vice president and global head of strategy Douglas Gilstrap will resign on Aug. 1.
Last year's Galaxy S4 Zoom device was quite forgettable. Samsung plans this month to introduce a successor.
Investors see big telecom as a relatively safe bet if stocks continue to correct. Here's why the crowd on StockTwits.com is bullish on two names in particular.
Verizon Communications (VZ) shares are climbing, up .04% to $47.09 in after hour trading on Friday, after announcing the Samsung (SSNLF) Galaxy S5 was available for retail in stores and online today.
Blackberry (BBRY) shares are down -5.1% to $7.28 in trading on Friday
Wireless Telecom Group (WTT) shares are up 5.9% to $2.68 in trading on Friday
Networks infrastructure provider InterCloud (ICLD) is moving higher on news it has been hired for two major design contracts for small cell deployment.
It's worldwide release day for Samsung's new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5 - and three matching smartwatches.
NQ Mobile (NQ) shares are down -1.8% to $15.70 in aftermarket trading on Thursday
T-Mobile's (TMUS) Operation Tablet Freedom promotion cuts the price off all LTE tablets, including the iPad Air, and offers 1GB of free data to tablets through the end of 2014.
Rather than appear duplicitous, companies owning television stations are conspicuously quiet on the subject of Comcast's proposed $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable.
U.S. stock futures are lower; BlackBerry considers exiting handset business if it remains unprofitable, a report says; Jamie Dimon's compensation falls 37%; Walmart teams with Wild Oats.
If you think BlackBerry is a lost cause, you haven't been paying attention.
AT&T (T) shares were down 1.1% to $34.87 in trading Wednesday
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