SLIDESHOW: iPhone 6 Rumor, iPad Air Launch And More From The End Of October
The final week of October (and first day of November) proved to be moderately eventful.
From the launch of the iPad Air to rumors of solar-powered Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) products, there were a number of intriguing moments.
Twitter's IPO received a lot of attention -- and a little criticism.
Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) might have delayed its unconfirmed Kindle smartphone.
Take-Two (NASDAQ: TTWO) announced another round of record-breaking sales for Grand Theft Auto V.
And Pandora (NYSE: P) brought its app to Chromecast.
Click through the slideshow for these and other hot stories from the final week of October.
Disclosure: At the time of this writing, Louis Bedigian had no position in the equities mentioned in this slideshow.
Louis Bedigian is the Senior Tech Analyst and Features Writer of Benzinga. You can reach him at louis(at)benzingapro(dot)com. Follow him @LouisBedigianBZ
© 2014 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.
Close Next 1/11 Previous
iPhone 6 Could Harness Solar Energy
Apple has worked hard to remedy those issues.
But if motorists are ever left stranded again, the company has a solar-powered iDevice concept that might make their lives a little bit easier.Image Source: Wikimedia Commons
Close Next 2/11 Previous
Twitter IPO Criticized For Lack Of Transparency
Close Next 3/11 Previous
iPad Air Launch Drew Modest Crowd
How popular is Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) newest tablet?
If the line at one local Apple Store is any indication, the device should sell very well this Christmas.
But while it could set a new global sales figure, the iPad Air is unlikely to achieve a new sales record in the United States.Image Source: Wikimedia Commons
Close Next 4/11 Previous
Amazon Delayed Its First Kindle Phone
Close Next 5/11 Previous
Grand Theft Auto V Sales Hit 29 Million In Two Weeks
Close Next 6/11 Previous
iPad Market Share Fell To New Low
Close Next 7/11 Previous
Lenovo Recruited A Movie Star
After playing Michael Kelso on That '70s Show, Ashton Kutcher became a star.
He has not had many big films, but he did impress many viewers when he starred in the supernatural thriller The Butterfly Effect.
He also surprised viewers when CBS (NYSE: CBS) announced that Kutcher would replace Charlie Sheen on Two And a Half Men.
Behind the scenes Kutcher has become a venture capitalist, investing in startups.Image Source: Wikimedia Commons
Close Next 8/11 Previous
Pandora Brought Millions Of Songs To Chromecast
The little HDMI stick that could just got a little better.
The video streaming device is still without many significant apps, but the Pandora deal is a step in the right direction.Image Source: Wikimedia Commons
Close Next 9/11 Previous
MacBook Problems Soared
Close Next 10/11 Previous
New Startup LOCK8 Wins TechCrunch Disrupt, Wants To End Bike Theft
Close Next 11/11 Previous
More Tech News You Can't Miss
The preceding stories were just the beginning. Check out these other hot tech stories from the past week.
- Will Nintendo Force Sony, Microsoft To Release New Game Consoles Sooner?
- EnterpriseJungle Could Become One Of The Biggest Self-Funded Startups
- The Twitter IPO is Attracting Huge Demand (TWTR)
- The Google Nexus 5 Has Finally Arrived (GOOG)