The company's long-forgotten webmail service gets a Windows 8-style facelift, and tech junkies hail its beauty, simplicity, and focus on privacy.
Fund managers who focus on finding stock supernovas have been getting burned.
The home-theater hardware looked good, but didn't do enough to justify its $300 price tag.
The search giant officially enters the broadband market with superfast connections, next-generation hardware, cable TV subscriptions, and competitive prices.
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The tech giant is focused on widespread adoption of its new OS and is trying to make it more intuitive and 'cool.'
Fans are waiting for a new iPhone this fall, and shoppers in Europe and China aren't spending as much anymore. Will we see a perfect storm of disappointment Tuesday?
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