The one-two punch of Apple's iPhone and Google's Android platform have doomed the BlackBerry maker.
With the tablet market at such a nascent stage, it is encouraging that the iPad is able to drive so much demand.
Small pay can sometimes equal big success if you know what to look for.
Hint: It has everything to do with the iPhone and the iPad.
A spate of companies such as Visa and Vodafone are jumping in, leaving Google Wallet behind.
Mobile web and apps usage on the iPhone is increasing thanks to its immense popularity.
Greenlight Capital's recent SEC filing shows a lot of new tech positions.
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