The rumor mill on the internet is abuzz with information about Apple’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) iWatch, an upcoming wearable computing device. Apple can’t base its entire presence in this market on a device which may or may not be able to gain traction. Wearable computing can also extend itself in the realm of augmented reality (AR). A watch by itself simply doesn’t bode well for this concept.
Apple more »
Samsung wants to become the Android vendor of Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) that corporate America can trust. At the Mobile World Congress, a few days ago, Samsung announced it was further bolstering its mobile enterprise credentials by releasing KNOX, a comprehensive package of mobile security services that will be integrated into its SAFE (Samsung for Enterprise) brand.
Samsung’s initiative will not only help Google rebuild customers’ confidence in Android in more »
R.W. Baird’s Jayson Noland recently raised his rating on shares of Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO) to Outperform from Neutral, and raised his price target to $25 from $21, anointing the stock his “best large cap idea for 2013.” Cisco has announced a series of innovations that has the potential to completely change the world of networking.
Cisco’s current share price has been largely driven by the company more »
Mobile ad network Adfonic said that Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) accounted for 37% of all mobile ad impressions on its network in the third quarter, with Samsung the second-most popular at 24%, and the rest trailing some ways behind. Number three on Adfonics’ list, Nokia (NYSE: NOK), had only an 8% share of impressions, and was on a decline, although not as much as Research In Motion (NASDAQ: BBRY), which declined more »