The company may have outdone itself -- and potentially the competition -- in producing its latest smartphone, but investors were not impressed.
Stocks are higher as investors anxiously await the European Central Bank meeting Thursday and the Fed's meeting next week.
Tech blogs are salivating over a sparkly new Windows Phone 8 handset that boasts a 4.5-inch display and an innovative new cordless charging pad.
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The company is already making some big bets on real-money gaming ventures.
The Internet retailer partners with Nokia for the navigation function on the new Kindle Fire.
The Fed chief says he's open to more easing but does not commit. Factory orders rise more than expected, while the Chicago PMI slows. Consumer sentiment increases. Facebook sinks to all-time low.
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