After five years of the iPhone, naysayers just look silly.
Despite positive reviews of the Galaxy S III, the South Korean company faces skeptical investors.
With good enough hardware, Windows could do some damage.
The Finnish cellphone maker is in deep financial trouble, triggering speculation that Microsoft will swoop in to protect its Windows Phone investment.
Stocks move up despite disappointing domestic economic data.
Nokia is both upgraded and downgraded, while Agilent is initiated with a 'buy.'
Nokia and RIM are no match for Apple, and it's a mistake to speculate on companies with terrible balance sheets anyway.
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