If results are not as bad as feared, that could give the stock some momentum. But if it's just more of the same, it could do the opposite.
By Tuesday next week, Google, Netflix and Apple would have reported results. Here's what to expect.
Camera makers like Canon and Olympus now have to compete with Apple, Nokia and Samsung -- as well as each other.
The iPhone maker is developing a video camera that can not only compete with the Galaxy S4, but has Apple's expert advertising behind it.
The consumer giant's recent stock performance is beginning to resemble that of embattled Apple's.
In a volatile session Friday, investors toss aside worries about rising interest rates as the government says the economy added 195,000 jobs in June, more than expected.
Near-term good news in the mobile network gear market, but long-term struggles remain in handsets.
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