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Google created an innovative augmented reality headset long before the competition. How it flamed out is a reminder that great technology means little without solid execution.
The Reverend Jesse Jackson is headed to the West Coast to push Amazon to up its efforts on diversity.
Donald Trump gives Wall Street a burst of relief on Monday after causing worry on markets for the previous two weeks.
It was a solid start to the week with gains putting the S&P 500 within 10 points of its all-time closing high.
Stocks race higher just like the winner of Saturday's Preakness.
Defense stocks lift Wall Street to begin the week after Donald Trump's first leg of a trip abroad results in billions of dollars' worth of deals.
Though taking share from Samsung and other Android rivals won't be easy, Finland's HMD Global is doing a lot of things right with its first Nokia-branded phones.
RBC Capital analyst Amit Daryanani reiterated his 'Outperform' rating on Apple and hiked his price target.
Apple saw its iPhone shipments decline only in the China and Japan markets in the first quarter.
Wall Street analysts are generally not too quick to aggressively slam a company in print, but it seems Trey Chowdhry at Global Equities didn't get the memo.
UBS is also forecasting that the newest iPhone will make up 45% of Apple's sales next year.
The previous limit has been £30, but now more than half of contactless payment terminals in the UK can take Apple Pay transactions of any value.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer analyzes Monday's trending stocks including Arconic, Ford, Apple, Qualcomm, Deere, Toll Brothers and AutoZone.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Apple isn't that far away from a $1 trillion market cap.
A Supreme Court ruling today will make it harder for so-called 'patent trolls' to launch patent cases in sympathetic courts, a significant irritant for tech giants like Alphabet and Apple.
The chipmaker's impending $47 billion deal with NXP Semiconductor, as well as a robust iPhone sales cycle in the fall, should generate upside for Qualcomm, according to a JPMorgan analyst.
Higher prices for phones and tax breaks are among the forces that could push Apple's stock to new heights, according to RBC analyst Amit Daryanani.
The lawsuit says Universal Secure Registry CEO Kenneth P. Weiss received 13 patents for authentication systems for making financial transactions.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer breaks down the day's trending stocks on our daily Facebook Live show, which airs weekdays at 10 a.m. EST.
Apple has perfectly good reasons for borrowing so much money and is in no danger of defaulting, but Silicon Valley's use of debt to fund dividends could have limits.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Treasury notes and bonds, and offers some other observations.
Cramer shares his views on Starbucks, and also discusses the 10-year.
Waymo's suit against Uber reflects the broader battle over IP and trade secrets that is breaking out through the tech industry.
The iPhone 8 is somewhat of a letdown, at least judging by several leaked photos.
Here we go again with Netflix.
Cisco is generating more revenues through software and businesses with recurring revenue. But the networker could speed the transition through M&A.