|Daily Range||$23.85 - $24.03|
|52-Week Range||$16.55 - $27.99|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (2.0%)|
|Average Daily Volume||71,042|
|Current FY EPS||$1.57|
Computers and Peripherals
Microsoft is reportedly reducing its licensing fee for Windows 8.1 by 70% to try to gain ground against Google’s Chromebooks. Is this desperate effort too little, too late?
The notion's a good one: targeting the emerging smartphone market with the world's most popular OS. But the Finnish manufacturer's decision raises serious questions.
With the X86 power myth busted, Intel tries to take the next step as a potential long-term winner in smartphones.
Lenovo's twin purchases of IBM's server business and Google's handset business will launch a new leg of growth for this under-appreciated company.
The importance of next week's Galaxy S5 event isn't the smartphone itself, but rather what it might tell us about Samsung's approach going forward.
The market was disappointed with Apple's outlook for sales this quarter. Here's why investors should keep focus on the bigger picture.
HP is set to report first-quarter earnings on Feb. 20, and its server business is one important area to watch. Lenovo's acquisition of IBM's x86 server operations may threaten HP's position as market leader in the long-term, and the trend of falling margins seems unlikely to reverse.
Sony faces the threat of dying business segments.
Google made a smart move by selling Motorola to an emerging market player like Lenovo, and here's one way to profit from it.
While some worry that Apple's smartphone market share is too low, there's more to the story than that.