SLIDESHOW: 5 Cell Phone Associated Stocks That Won't Give In
In times of rocky depression it is up to the few among many cell phone sectors in the technology industry to develop uphill schemes to survive the crave for hierarchy uniqueness.
Five cell phone associated stocks are clearing their own paths, in their very own ways, for successful futures.
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Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL)
Giving consumers “Apple products” is nothing short of giving a teacher an apple, to make sure you stand out from the bunch.
Apple is constantly on the prowl to battle and win the mobile war with new iterations of trendsetting devices.
This past Tuesday they're stock went up 0.3 percent to $488.58, demonstrating eagerness to climb back to their all-time high of $707.07 which they hit last September.
Apple announced that they are to release two new iPhone models simultaneously; one being a plastic cased lower-cost iPhone, as well as a carry-over to its main iPhone line.
Both devices are expected to be offered in several colors, surely there is strength in numbers; in addition to this revelation, in the upcoming week Apple will share a second declaration at an event in Cupertino that is predicted to bring more product excitement than their recent unveiling.
Keep one eye on Apple at all times.
Google (NASDAQ: GOOG)
Google perseveres on many occasions, “Android” operating systems being one of them. Google's stock went up 1.6 percent to $860.38.
Android compared to Apple, is upfront on smartphone market shares.
In fact Samsung distributes more smartphones than Apple alone, before considering other vendors.
This is where Google presently stands; however, an announcement on Tuesday proclaimed that they are proceeding to a corporate partnership for newer versions of the operations system as one billion Android devices have been activated.
Continuing their ingenuous strategy, they will debut another new version of Android with a new device this fall.
It's a good decision to give priority attention to Google.
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT)
With a target market goal of providing a “family of devices” the questionable merger with Nokia fit's the long term plan for Microsoft.
Nokia led the industry for over a decade selling analog phones. As Microsoft continues to explore smartphones—and with the success of the tablet that may cross individuals back over to Microsoft platforms on cell phones—potential divulges in added resources, and experience.
Analysis predicts 40 percent growth in smartphone shipments and a 10 percent growth of smartphone operating-system shares.
Microsoft isn't alone in thinking for the long term.
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC)
Intel went up 2.3 percent on September 5th, giving them some cushion as they hold their breaths for their lower-power chips they have in the works with Haswell.
The benefit of these chips takes its toll in longer battery life, a key seller in this day and age, as well as fitting into smartphones and other popular/larger devices.
Aruba Networks (NASDAQ: ARUN)
Shining among all computer network equipment makers is Aruba Networks.
Using tablets and other devices on corporate networks has been a phenomenon for employees and companies to conduct efficient business.
Their networking gear has been in high demand recently, and is expected to show no decline due to the massive usage of mobile and tablet devices by both consumers and major corporations.
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