Bullish analysts say the key smartphone market will be dominated by iPhone and competing Android devices -- and then there's Apple TV.
But shareholders shouldn't pop champagne corks quite yet.
Platforms from Google and Apple continue to gain subscribers at the expense of smaller rivals.
Sorry, NYSE. Reports say the company's IPO -- expected in May or June -- will put it on the Nasdaq, along with Apple, Google and Microsoft.
I wouldn't short it just yet, but it might be time to take some profits. Apple stock has everything going for it at the moment, but the price is getting out of hand.
The struggling search giant announces the deepest round of layoffs in its history. Here, 5 reasons why things could get even uglier.
The struggling Internet company still looks bloated, and rival AOL could use a trim, too.
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