The blue chips top 11,500 for the first time since 2008. Nike shares sell off despite strong earnings. Jabil Circuit and Adobe shares jump.
The company is finding that a television service with multiple hardware partners is not easy to develop.
US customers will soon be able to pay for their coffee with their smart phones.
Not just cheap but also dominant, these companies could ride a stronger-than-expected economy to huge gains next year.
Strong BlackBerry sales help Research in Motion beat sales and profit expectations.
In other tech news: Twitter raises $200 million, while Facebook is likely to generate revenue of $2 billion this year.
You loved them, now leave them. Apple, Netflix and Marvell have nothing left to give you but heartache.
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