Google Now, the award-winning personal assistant/psychic stalker app that’s being pitched as a superior alternative to Siri, may be about to get its very own Android widget. AndroidCentral has spotted a reference to an in-development Google Now widget on a Google (GOOG) support page that goes Read the Rest of the story [...]
Re-branded with a BBRY ticker symbol (it was previously trading as RIMM), BlackBerry’s stock did quite well Monday, opening trading at 13.74 and closing at 14.98 on the NASDAQ. The Monday close was a full 15% higher than Friday’s final trading. Though it’s likely to Read the Rest of the story [...]
By Tiernan Ray
Shares of Research in Motion (RIMM) have given up some gains in the wake of yesterday’s big surge in the stock, falling 56 cents, or 3%, to $17.34, amidst mixed perspectives on the public debut next Wednesday, January 30th, of its BB10 operating system update for the BlackBerry.
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Stock market watchers often talk about the “Santa Claus rally” that tends to lift stocks towards the end of the year. But in the world of mobile technology, while Google and Apple have been getting hammered for what some say are poor financial results, Research In Motion is on a tear. Read the Rest of the story [...]
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