Articles About Tablets


Semiconductor stock outlook

By: Zacks Investment Research

The Semiconductor Industry serves as a driver, enabler and indicator of technological progress. Developments in the industry determine the way we work, transport ourselves, communicate, entertain ourselves and respond to our environment. The PCs we work on, the cars we drive, the phones we... More»

In the news: EMC considers sale of VMware, GM plans 40 new vehicles and more

By: Bobby Raines

Thursday headlines include: EMC considering the sale of VMware, General Motors planning 40 new vehicles, Radio Shack continuing to lose money, American Airlines getting approval to replace more paper manuals with tablets and Apple hiring a marketing executive from Gap. EMC Corp. Tech firm EMC Corp.... More»

In the news: DISH protests Comcast deal, Apple making a bigger iPad and more

By: Bobby Raines

Wednesday headlines include: Dish Network protesting Comcast's merger with Time Warner, Orbits loses two big airlines, Apple making a larger iPad, AT&T combining its wireless and business units and a former AIG CEO's lawsuit against the federal government is allowed to proceed. DISH... More»

Is the tablet market crashing?

By: Julian Close

Every so often, someone in technology points out a trend so unexpected, so startling, that for a time, no seems to know how to respond. The market received  just such a "say what?" moment on Wednesday of last week when the CEO of Best Buy (BBY), Hubert Joly said, when speaking to the website... More»

In the news: Microsoft's new Surface, Netflix expanding in Europe and more

By: Bobby Raines

Wednesday headlines include: Microsoft's new bigger tablet, Netflix expanding in Europe, something about passwords at eBay… maybe, Google's offshore acquisition plans and earnings from Lowe's. Microsoft Technology giant Microsoft (MSFT) is rolling out a new version of its Surface... More»

In the news: Apple revamps lineup, Toyota settles, FedEX blames the weather

By: Bobby Raines

In the news: Apple is adjusting its product lineup, Toyota agrees to a $1 billion settlement, Citigroup will pay $1.1 million in connection with illegal short sales, JP Morgan is selling its physical commodities business to a Swiss company and FedEx says its earnings were hurt by the... More»

In the news: Hewlett-Packard's accounting chief resigns, Stryker to buy Mako and more

By: Bobby Raines

Wednesday headlines include: Hewlett-Packard's chief accountant stepping down, Carnival topping earnings estimates, Amazon launching new tablets with live video tech support, Alibaba announces plans to IPO in the U.S., JP Morgan negotiating another huge settlement and Stryker buying Mako... More»

In the news: Microsoft to announce smaller Surface, Netflix wins Emmy and more

By: Bobby Raines

In the news: Microsoft plans a new, smaller, Surface, Netflix wins an Emmy, Blackberry's latest announcement is unpopular with investors and analysts, Apple's new iPhones are less durable and Chiquita asks court to block suits related to Colombian civil war. Microsoft Software giant... More»

Three tech stocks that can provide excellent dividend income

By: Marc Bastow

It’s seemingly all gloom and doom in the technology sector for just about anyone not named Google (GOOG) or Amazon (AMZN). PC companies’ wares are falling behind Apple (AAPL) and the rest of the mobile-focused group. Enterprise IT stocks are seeing companies and even governments cut... More»

Microsoft's partnerships show a company with an out-of-date strategy

By: Michael Fowlkes

On the surface, Microsoft (MSFT) looks strong. The company still has the most-popular desktop operating system, and a strong revenue stream, which is expected to rise 7% annually through the year 2015. However, as most of our readers already understand, the future for the once-mighty Microsoft... More»


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