The company is in a much better place than it was a year ago.
Even business and government IT departments, long the backbone of BlackBerry's success, appear ready to give up on the struggling smartphone maker.
The late Steve Jobs said he had cracked the TV code, but a full-fledged iTV has yet to hit the market. Analysts first expect a set-top box or modest Apple TV upgrade.
The company makes some of the components for the iPhone and other devices.
The company is testing a program that registers your visits to retail outlets using the location services technology on your smartphone.
The money-losing social media company began trading on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday at $45.10 a share, well above its $26 IPO price.
Many suspected Apple would send the company to the tech startup graveyard, but that hasn't happened.
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