|Daily Range||$0.00 - $0.00|
|52-Week Range||$1,050.00 - $1,450.00|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (0.0%)|
|Average Daily Volume||49|
|Current FY EPS||$0.00|
News & Commentary
Google's biggest hardware partner, Samsung, has delivered only modest improvements this year, leaving the door open for Apple's iPhone 6.
Validating months of rumors, a leaked image purportedly of the iPhone 6 front panel shows Apple is ready to make a bigger iPhone.
Reminding users when to pay their bills and where they parked their cars, Google Now will soon become even more helpful.
Next week, you too will have the opportunity to pay $1,500 for the latest in wearable tech.
Additionally, 47% of consumers who are buying a phone in the next 90 days are interested in a screen size over 5 inches.
Scamming thousands of users, Virus Shield rose to the top of the Google Play Store by claiming it protected Android devices from viruses. It didn't.
The lastest "meal" from the taco chain isn't tasty or crazy enough.
Despite dire warnings, millions still use the antique operating system.
WIth updates to its OS and Windows Phone, the company makes an adjustment in attitude (however painful) to help keep it competitive with Apple and Google.
Apple Inc. may still see greater success in China, where sales of the iPhone 5 have so far fallen short of expectations.
Ortiz, who has a contract with Samsung, asked the president if he could take a photo with his own camera.