Tuesday, it announced it had signed up 1 million paying members to "Call of Duty Elite" service in six days.
Recent weakness in tech titans has gotten plenty of attention, and the charts indicate that further declines could be in store.
AT&T will sell a Windows phone but admits there will be challenges.
Apart from being a unique growth and value stock, Apple may be the next big dividend play.
It could be a couple of weeks until we know the true effect of the latest US debt debate in the markets, but there are still no clear signs that a year-end rally has been written off.
The company has waited 15 years to hit this milestone -- and its toehold in the business market is what got it there.
Citigroup analysts believe the retailer is developing a smartphone.
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