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Biggest Movers in Technology Stocks Now – GTAT SPIL ALR ATE

Technology stocks rose 0.1% on Wall Street on Wednesday morning. NASDAQ:GTAT, NASDAQ:SPIL, NYSE:ALR, NYSE:ATE, NASDAQ:PWRD, NYSE:ALU, NASDAQ:SINA, NYSE:P, NASDAQ:UBNT, NYSE:BITA, NASDAQ:VNET, NYSE:AYI, NYSE:ASX, NYSE:IMPV, NYSE:NJ, NASDAQ:ARMH, NASDAQ:CYOU, NYSE:BIO, NYSE:EPAM, NASDAQ:ERIC More 

Biggest Movers in Technology Stocks Now – UIS ALOG ROG MPWR

Technology stocks finished up 0.8% on Wall Street today. NYSE:UIS, NASDAQ:ALOG, NYSE:ROG, NASDAQ:MPWR, NYSE:INVN, NYSE:SPB, NASDAQ:IGTE, NASDAQ:CRAY, NYSE:ORCL, NASDAQ:DIOD, NASDAQ:AWAY, NASDAQ:GTAT, NYSE:ATE, NASDAQ:WBMD, NASDAQ:GRMN, NASDAQ:QCOM, NASDAQ:OPEN, NYSE:SFUN, NASDAQ:AMAP, NASDAQ:SPIL More 

Biggest Movers in Technology Stocks Now – DWRE N SYMC DDD

Technology stocks declined broadly on Wall Street today, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.4%. NYSE:DWRE, NYSE:N, NASDAQ:SYMC, NYSE:DDD, NASDAQ:GTAT, NYSE:UMC, NYSE:CLS, NASDAQ:FSLR, NYSE:WCC, NYSE:SUNE, NASDAQ:CCOI, NYSE:AMD, NASDAQ:IDCC, NASDAQ:ACXM, NYSE:UIS, NASDAQ:ATML, NYSE:RAX, NASDAQ:VECO, NYSE:SWI, NASDAQ:HIMX More 

Thursday Apple Rumors: Big-Screen iPhone Could Boost Handset Upgrades

A bigger iPhone will spur upgrades, but won't lure lots of Android users; work on Arizona sapphire could expand; and Apple hires Delta Air Lines executive. More 

Hottest Technology Stocks Now – IIJI ALU NJ ASX

Technology stocks declined broadly on Wall Street on Thursday morning, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.6%. NASDAQ:IIJI, NYSE:ALU, NYSE:NJ, NYSE:ASX, NASDAQ:LOGI, NASDAQ:TQNT, NASDAQ:RFMD, NASDAQ:FEIC, NASDAQ:OSIS, NYSE:GME, NASDAQ:GTAT, NYSE:QIHU, NASDAQ:CSIQ, NYSE:BITA, NASDAQ:ZNGA, NYSE:YOKU, NASDAQ:SINA, NASDAQ:MDSO, NASDAQ:CNQR More 

Friday Apple Rumors: Plans for a Larger iPad Pro Have Been ‘Shelved’

Apple drops plans for a 12.85-inch iPad; Arizona plant to produce fraction of needed sapphire screens; Apple holds billions in U.S. Treasuries offshore. More 

Friday Apple Rumors: Apple to Order 90M iPhone 6 Units in 2014

Apple will order 90 million iPhone units from Foxconn this year; Judge denies ban on older Samsung phones; and Benjamin Netanyahu visits Apple HQ. More