handsets

With the iPhone 4, China Finally Goes Wild for Apple

When Apple first entered China with its wildly popular iPhone, the response was warm but not overly so. The iPhone 4, however, is off to a gangbuster start. If Apple can keep tapping China's potential, fervent shareholders could become even more bullish.

Why Research In Motion Is Up on a Down Day

Shares of BlackBerry maker Research In Motion are getting a big boost today, thanks mostly to an analyst upgrade. The stock is now trading at around $71, but RBC Capital has a new target price of $120. Also helping out: Speculation that Microsoft could be interested in buying RIM.

Motorola Confirms It'll Break Up, and Its Shares Soar

In a long-anticipated move, Motorola will combine its mobile handset unit with its set-top cable-box division and spin off the new publicly traded company to shareholders. The wireless networking and enterprise radio businesses will remain.