The charts show too many stocks in too many sectors looking ready to break out. Almost every time that has happened, there's been something lurking that turns things around.
The online retail giant reportedly plans to join the smartphone e-wallet trend.
Even with their decaying land-line businesses, the telecom rivals could see cash flow explode by becoming a benign duopoly.
Thanks to Sprint and AT&T's latest products, 3D smartphones are looming large for telecom investors.
The company could ship 30 million of the upgraded tablet computers in 2011, according to the analyst firm Needham & Co.
The retailer will begin selling Apple's newest iPad, and investors take notice.
The BlackBerry maker is falling painfully behind as the market for wireless devices moves toward an application-driven format.
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