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Sony Posts Record Loss But Remains Optimistic

  Sony (NYSE: SNE) posted a record $5.7 billion net loss, though counters the news of poor performance by forecasting a solid rebound of $2.3 billion for the coming year. The Japanese electronics giant says that to meet the optimistic figure it will slash costs, strategically revamp its business, and engage in new partnerships and...

Samsung Debuts its Next Galaxy S Smartphone

On May 3, Samsung debuted the next smartphone in its flagship Galaxy S line. Appropriately named the Galaxy S III, it marks the third in Samsung’s successful series. The device is lighter and thinner than the previous Galaxy S phones, has a larger screen, and boasts enhanced voice controls akin to Apple’s (Nasdaq: AAPL) Siri....

Microsoft Joins Barnes & Noble in the e-Reader Wars

Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is buying $300 million stake in Barnes & Noble’s (NYSE: BKS) Nook e-reader business, opening up a new chapter in the four-way fight for dominance between tech titans Microsoft, Google (Nasdaq: GOOG), Amazon  (Nasdaq: AMZN) and Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL). The strategic investment gives Microsoft a 17.6% piece of Barnes & Noble’s currently...

Apple on Fire: How to Play it for a Fraction of the Price!

After last week’s blowout earnings, Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) shares caught fire, jumping over $60 in 24 hours. Despite all that investor activity, with shares over $600, many argue it’s too expensive and will end up collapsing under its own weight. After all, with a market cap of over $500 billion, Apple’s valued at two times...

Google Takes a Cue From Apple

It looks like Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) followed my advice last week to keep Motorola Mobility’s (NYSE: MMI) smartphone business. Business Insider says, “According to a person briefed on Google’s plans for the merger: While Google may have originally wanted to buy Motorola for its patents only, it has come to realize that it wants to...

Why Apple’s Recent Dip Doesn’t Signal a Buying Opportunity

We all know that Apple’s (Nasdaq: AAPL) stock has been blasting off like a rocket. Since it reported insane profits last quarter at $13.06 billion, shares jumped over 50% in less than three months’ time. Even with this explosion in share prices, however, many analysts argue that Apple’s stock is actually undervalued. In fact, earlier...

Microsoft’s Bizarre Windows Phone Survival Plan

Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) released the Lumia 900 smartphone on Sunday – its most highly anticipated device launch since it teamed up with Nokia (NYSE: NOK) back in February 2011. Priced at just $100, the smartphone has received solid reviews from around the web. With a bold hardware design and an operating system that offers a genuinely unique...

Will Google Follow in Apple’s Dividend Footsteps?

Following Apple’s (Nasdaq: AAPL) announcement of a dividend and buyback program, some are wondering whether other cash-rich companies will follow its lead. One such company is Google (Nasdaq: GOOG), which boasts $44 billion in cash. Howard Silverblatt, Senior Index Analyst at S&P Indexes, points out, however, that when tech companies “initiate dividends, it’s not really...

The Go-to Manufacturer of the New iPad’s Insane Display

On Tuesday, I encouraged anyone in the market for a new iPad to go with the iPad 2, instead of Apple’s (Nasdaq: AAPL) latest creation. And while several reviewers online agree, many others believe that the new iPad is worth the $100 premium over the previous model. Regardless of which camp you fall into, one...

My Take on the New iPad: Get the iPad 2 Instead

As I’m sure you know that Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) unveiled its tablet device last Wednesday, simply dubbed, the “new iPad.” Two days after, a friend of mine wrote on Facebook that she purchased an iPad. But instead of opting for the new version, she ignored the hype and went with the iPad 2. Which is...

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