Computer-Products

Will Apple Douse Fire TV?

Amazon is going all out with its new set-top box. The company recently announced the release of Fire TV with big fanfare, including an ad...

Samsung's Awful Position: Losing Both the High and Low End

Samsung's spectacular run of profit growth may be coming to an end. The world's largest maker of smartphones and televisions expects...

Why Your Next Car Might Be Powered by NVIDIA

The automobile will likely be the next big battleground for tech companies, with the in-car display ripe for disruption. Compared to...

Apple and Netflix Dominated the Last Decade: Are the Good Times Over?

One of the highest flying stocks in the S&P 500 over the last decade, ranking fourth in returns among the largest companies, is that of ...

What Is the Future of Wearable Devices?

Wearable technology has been the talk of the tech industry for years, but it has yet to become more than a bit player so far. Products like...

Amazon's FireTV Is Better Than Apple and Google's Alternatives -- For Now

Unless you're an HBO Go addict, Amazon's FireTV is just about the best set-top box you can buy. It's faster than the Apple TV, packing...

The Path to Success Is Laid Out for Intel

Investor confidence in Intel is growing. The stock is up 10% from early February and has risen 30% since April 3, 2013. Part of this...

Microsoft Ends Support for Windows XP; What it Will Mean for Customers

Microsoft's  Windows XP won't have a clean death. Instead, the 12-year-old operating system will slowly wither away. This will cause...

Bigger Than Drones: Here Are 2 New Ways Amazon Wants to Rule Your Daily Life

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Online megastore Amazon wants to pull a Google and become ingrained in multiple aspects of our daily lives. The...

2 Dow Jones Stocks That Could Benefit From the End of Windows XP

Two of the Dow Jones Industrial Average's tech components, Microsoft and Intel , could get a boost from the end of Windows XP. Microsoft...

Wearable Computing: These 2 Small-Cap Tech Stocks Are Poised for Growth

Ambarella and InvenSense are two companies that have been in the news for different reasons of late. But the common denominator...

Will Intel's Braswell Destroy AMD's PC Business?

The plain and simple fact is that Advanced Micro Devices , the last player standing in the fight against Intel...

Liberty Media and Barnes & Noble Part Ways

In August 2011, Barnes & Noble was in a rough spot. The company's stock was below $10 after having almost touched $50 in 2006. Enter ...

IT Stocks: Information Technology Offers Growth and Dividends

Exchange-traded funds offer a convenient way to invest in sectors or niches that interest you. If you'd like to add some IT stocks to your...