Apple On IPhone 5 Purple Flare: You're Aiming It Wrong
(CNN) -- Apple has responded to complaints that some photos taken with the iPhone 5 show a purple flare, saying it happens to many smartphones when they're aimed near a light source like the sun."Most small cameras, including those in every generation of iPhone, may exhibit some form of flare at
A Letter From Tim Cook On Maps
To our customers, At Apple, we strive to make world-class products that deliver the best experience possible to our customers. With the launch of our new Maps last week, we fell short on this commitment. We are extremely sorry for the frustration this has caused our customers and we are doing
Mobile Phone Sales Decline 2.3% In Q2; Are Apple And Samsung...
Gartner (NYSE: IT) has released a new report (via CNET) announcing that worldwide mobile phone sales declined 2.3 percent in the second quarter of the year, presenting a new challenge to device manufacturers as they prepare for the fall shopping season.Despite the decline, the tech industry still
Cell Phone Radiation Limits Under Government Scrutiny For The...
Americans are getting pretty cozy with their cell phones. We're on them at work, at home, on the weekends, and even in bed; we're also getting our first phones at a younger age than in the past. There's a niggling notion that all this intimacy with our devices may not be healthy, especially since
Galaxy Tab 7.7 To Be Banned In Europe After Apple Wins...
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has won an injunction against primary competitor Samsung in the ongoing battle surrounding iPad copycats.Apple has continuously claimed that Samsung's Galaxy Tab 7.7 infringes on the design of the iPad and according to ZDNet, a German court has decided that it agrees with that
Microsoft Pegs Lowest Priced Windows 8 Apps At $1.49
Giant will reduce revenue cut from top earners
Top 4 Mid-Cap Stocks In The Communication Equipment Industry...
Below are the top mid-cap communication equipment stocks on the NYSE and the NASDAQ in terms of cash.Nokia (NYSE: NOK) had $12.28 billion in total cash for the latest quarter. However, Nokia had $6.00 billion in total debt for the same period.Alcatel-Lucent SA (NYSE: ALU) had $6.38 billion in total
Samsung Sees Emerging Markets As Key To Future Success
As the world’s biggest technology company, Samsung (SSNLF, quote) is well-positioned to profit from the growth of the middle class in emerging markets.Based in South Korea, Samsung already sells more mobile phones than any other company in the world. Earlier this year it supplanted Nokia
Nokia 'on Death Watch' As Market Share Slips To 23%
ABI Research tracks Samsung surge
Monday Morning's Top Downgraded Stocks
Goldman Sachs downgraded Symantec Corporation (NASDAQ: SYMC) from “neutral” to “sell.” SYMC's shares closed at $15.45 on Friday. Symantec's trailing-twelve-month ROA is 5.53%.Auriga downgraded Dole Food Company Inc (NYSE: DOLE) from “buy” to “hold.” DOLE's stock closed at $10.06 on
Apple's Siri Tells Users Nokia Lumia 900 Is 'best Smartphone...
When asked to find the "best smartphone ever," the Siri personal assistant software on the iPhone 4S will tell users to check out the competing Lumia 900 smartphone made by Nokia. The issue, highlighted byThe Next Web, stems from the fact that, when provided with the question, Siri returns results
Benzinga's Top Downgrades
Morgan Stanley downgraded Illinois Tool Works Inc (NYSE: ITW) from “equal-weight” to “underweight.” ITW's shares closed at $56.69 yesterday. Illinois Tool Works' trailing-twelve-month profit margin is 11.65%.Analysts at Piper Jaffray downgraded American Tower Corp (NYSE: AMT) from
UPDATE: Barclays Downgrades Nokia To Equal-Weight | Benzinga
Barclays lowers its rating on Overweight-rated Nokia (NYSE: NOK) as the company lowers its outlook for the first half of 2012.Barclays notes, "We already forecast a major decline in Symbian and gradual ramp in Windows Phone, but the deterioration in core mobile phones is significantly worse than
Game Over For Apple/Samsung Competitors | Benzinga
Piper Jaffray Managing Director and noted Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) bull Gene Munster believes the smartphone industry will be a two-horse race between Apple and Samsung in the coming years. Competitors such as Research in Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM), Nokia (NYSE: NOK) and Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) will slowly
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