The next iteration of the iPad is expected to come with a camera and twice the RAM, but the most important new feature may be a lower price tag.
Big events this week by Apple and Salesforce should ignite the sector.
After sitting out the Verizon iPhone 4, TriQuint has won a role supplying power amps for Apple's souped-up iPhone 5.
Apple delays the LTE 4G iPhone until 2012. Banks use tax dollars to finance a luxury hotel. Sears finally hires a CEO -- with no retail experience.
By joining forces, the companies could take out Google.
Calm down about the delay rumors. A less-than-credible Taiwanese brokerage suggests production problems, and Apple shares fall.
A new fund that tracks the industry is an expensive marketing ploy, critics say.
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