Sirius XM, RIM, Activision and Groupon have been added to this story, along with updated share prices.
NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Satellite radio giant
(SIRI - Get Report) was a big gainer in premarket trading on Friday, rising 2.27% to $3.15. The New York-based firm was also the most active premarket Nasdaq stock on share volume of 684,249.
Research In Motion
(RIMM), which will unveil its eagerly anticipated BlackBerry 10 technology later this month, was another active stock, climbing 1.48% to $11.64 on share volume 56,280.
(ATVI - Get Report) climbed 1.82% to $11.21 before market open on Friday, after gaining 0.59% on Thursday.
(GRPN - Get Report)
was another gainer, rising 1.56% to $5.20 to continue its recent momentum. Shares of the daily deals site rose 3.23% on Thursday.
Shares of tech giant
(IBM - Get Report)
dipped in premarket trading on Friday, slipping 0.19% to $194.9.
IBM's shares ended Thursday's session down 0.55%.
(RHT - Get Report)
was another laggard, dipping 0.43% to $53.68 before market open. Shares of the open source software specialist were off 1.26% by Thursday's close.
(AAPL - Get Report)
, however, crept up 0.29% to $543.65 in premarket trading on Friday. The stock closed down 1.26% on Thursday.
was another modest premarket gainer, rising 0.65% to $27.95; it lost 0.82% during the prior day's trading.
also followed this trend, rising 0.18% to $27.30 after closing down 1.34% on Thursday.
, which has
reached a deal
Federal Trade Commission
to end the agency's nearly two-year antitrust probe, gained 0.44% to reach $726.86 in premarket trading.
--Written by James Rogers in New York.
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