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Microsoft released upgrades and products Wednesday including "Surface Studio" for artists. Bill Gates, Microsoft's Co-Founder, appears below with an early computer running the Paint program, the first of its kind.
The software giant's unveiled some new hardware and software Wednesday that show it's trying hard to get users to rethink what PCs are capable of. Apple should take notice.
As if struggling revenue and user growth weren't enough, Twitter executives now have a lawsuit to deal with.
Apple (AAPL) is 'using the same products to drive revenue,' BGC Financial's Colin Gillis said.
But several airline and retail stocks are proving highly volatile.
The odds were against Wall Street on Thursday after another decline in crude oil sparked an energy selloff and Apple reported a so-so quarter.
Some positive news about Apple's iPhone sales wasn't enough to boost shares of some of its major suppliers on Wednesday.
Apple (AAPL) has been criticized for a lack of innovation under CEO Time Cook and for being too reliant on its iPhone.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq extend their declines on Wednesday afternoon as crude oil resumes its slide after briefly touching the flatline.
CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management Josh Brown believes Apple's (AAPL) clients are customers for life.
Apple (AAPL) is still a great buy. Now's your chance to scoop up shares, as Wall Street unfairly punishes this great technology stock.
In the meantime, this trading-range action is very annoying.
Apple (AAPL) is having trouble keeping up with the demand for the new iPhone 7 and larger iPhone 7 Plus smartphones, originally released in early September.
Being pulled this way and that among airlines, restaurants, autos and other sectors.
U.S. stocks pull back from losses on Wednesday with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average turning positive.
Apple (AAPL) wants to do things that aren't possible yet with the technology currently available, UBS IT hardware analyst Steve Milunovich said.
Jim Cramer says analysts ganged up on Apple during Tuesday evening's conference call following the release of its earnings report.
Jim Cramer and Jack Mohr discuss Apple’s latest quarterly results and pinpoint what matters most for long-term investors.
Mark Asset Management founder Morris Mark believes that Apple (AAPL) will continue to capitalize on services and phone sales.
Stocks pull back from losses on Wednesday as crude oil recovers, though Apple continues to sour sentiment.
Analysts on Apple's (AAPL) earnings conference call spoke as if the company had missed estimates for the quarter, Jim Cramer says.
Eventually, Apple needs to rely less on the iPhone, said Angelo Zino, an equity analyst at CFRA Research.
Analysts highlighted growth in Apple's services sector, but some worry that supply constraints prevented the company from taking advantage of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle.
Apple (AAPL) reported better than expected fourth quarter earnings but revenue fell year over year for the first time in 15 years.
My VW Golf's engine blew up and melted down when its oil tank caught fire. My wife tells me we're never buying from the company again.