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Evaluating Apple and Samsung After Earnings

2/3/2015
Last week saw the highest high and a lowest low for the top two mobile device makers. Apple reported record 2Q15 earnings—$4.8 billion—and device sales—46% growth. Samsung's 4Q14 IT and mobile division's profit dropped 64%. How did analysts react to the news?

Digital Eye Strain is Serious Concern

2/3/2015
Between personal and work use, you could almost say we spend every waking moment staring at a screen—what are all these devices doing to our vision?

The Super Bowl of Data

2/2/2015
While Sprint and T-Mobile were fighting over commercials for data, Verizon customers were actually using it at the University of Phoenix Stadium during the big game.

Tech M&A Takes a Break in 4Q14

2/2/2015
It was a record year for market consolidation, and technologies that are transforming entire industries—or have the potential to do so—continue to drive deals and are expected to rapidly return in 2015.
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