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Apple's new device is nifty, but it's hardly revolutionary.
Cramer repents for his call on Symbol Technologies.
Algorithms, dog days, a leadership vacuum and program trading could make for a sweaty summer for traders.
The Dow falls about 1% as traders sweat more rate hikes.
Harmonic falls on second-quarter guidance.
The Treo maker beats estimates and raises revenue guidance.
Analysts expect a healthy first quarter, despite competition and an ongoing lawsuit.
The second-half outlook for the sector is dominated by questions.
Investors cross their fingers for signs the Fed's tightening campaign is coming to a close.
The former PalmOne CEO is named executive vice president of the personal systems group.
The acquisition of the Palm brand name opens doors to an important business shift.
Applied Signal falls on a weak second quarter.
A renewed licensing agreement could mean a merger with its former corporate sister.
If there's another dozen years of sideways movement in the market, this approach may be the one to adopt. Plus, the Nasdaq and more.
PNC Financial, GameStop-Electronics Boutique and palmOne all have short-term factors in play now.
Others are populating the space, and although Apple is in control there, it's not a zero-sum game.
A new Gartner report says the maker of handheld computers slides precipitously amid industry growth.
The stock could revisit its lows by July because of increasing competition and inventory problems.
Jim Balsillie says opportunity abounds for the BlackBerry maker. 'It's nuts.'
The BlackBerry maker's shares slip after it beat earnings estimates. But its outlook disappointed.
There are questions about competition and the NTP settlement, but eyes are on growth.
The tape was bearish last week, but that could change with options expiration behind us.
Jabil Circuit rises on a strong outlook.
Options expiration and the S&P 500 reweighting affect trading, but higher oil dampens sentiment again.
After a 16% pasting, analysts say the selling is overdone.
Recent selling has done nothing to alleviate the very overbought condition, so we can look forward to more.
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