Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) has been hamstrung by ISPs like Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) and Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ), which have slowed its streaming service as a negotiating tactic, allegedly to make the company pony up money to retain the ability to serve its millions of clients. That's now over, since the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has […]
Google stock is one of our favorite tech plays. It got even better with the Feb. 23 announcement that Google will purchase the mobile payment company Softcard (formerly known as Isis).
Essentially, the search engine company is buying Softcard's technology to use as Google Wallet.
The purchase also guarantees pre-installment of Google Wallet on all Verizon Communication Inc. (NYSE: VZ), T-Mobile US Inc. (NYSE: PCS), and AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) Android phones in the United States starting later this year.
About two weeks ago, my local alarm company came out to upgrade my backup cellular transmitter. I got a package deal that also included installation of the advanced touch-screen control panel.
As a gadget and security geek, that touch-screen blew me away. It includes a mobile app for remote monitoring, and it seamlessly integrates with the system's digital surveillance video.
I ended up ordering three more motion-sensitive, full-color surveillance cameras. Plus, I ordered a second control panel.
Our group of Money Morning experts are constantly picking the best stocks to buy to build a strong portfolio – all for free.
This week includes two tech stocks and a cybersecurity ETF.
International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) used to be an innovator in tech.
But now it's turned into a secondary tech consulting firm behind the scenes of an ever-growing sector.
Nearly two dozen tech stocks I recommended in 2014 beat the market – demonstrating that if you pick the right stocks and manage them properly, you can beat Wall Street at its own game.
Today we're going to take a look at several stocks that made us gains of 50% or better in 2014. Even better, these five tech stocks still have plenty of upside in 2015 and beyond.
When Money Morning's Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald first recommended one of his top stock picks in October, he set a growth estimate of 1,358%.
But he's making a correction. That initial estimate was just too low.
Fitz-Gerald now sees this stock climbing 1,417%. The tech stock opened today at just $1.44 per share. But by 2020, Fitz-Gerald sees it climbing to $21.85 per share.
More than 3 billion people on Earth still have no or poor access to the Internet. Elon Musk wants to build a network of hundreds of low-orbiting satellites that will deliver high-speed, low-cost Internet to the most remote places on Earth.
But he won't be building this "Space Internet" alone. One tech company is already helping him make his dream a reality.
At about this time last year a lot of pundits were talking about Apple buying Tesla.
This week the idea got some new life when several camera-laden minivans owned by Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) was spotted in the Bay Area.
Apple has a ton of cash and needs to do something now to prepare for the day when the iPhone can no longer carry the company. Apple buying Tesla would give it a way into the auto industry.
The GoPro earnings report for Q4 2014 was released today (Thursday) and the camera company smashed estimates.
GoPro Inc. (Nasdaq: GPRO) reported earnings per share (EPS) of $0.99 on revenue of $633.9 million. Analysts had predicted EPS of $0.70 and revenue of $580 million.
While today's earnings report certainly looks bullish at first glance, GPRO stock is not a good investment according to Money Morning's experts.