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The highs and lows in technology in 2014

Mashable Tech Editor Pete Pachal on the hits and misses in technology this year.

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  1. Which is the best smartphone?

    WSJ personal tech columnist Joanna Stern on the top smartphones.

  2. GameStop president: Outperformed analysts’ Black Friday views

    GameStop President Tony Bartel explains why they started black Friday sales early and how the shift to digital gaming helped boost their bottom line.

  3. Moody’s downgrades Japan’s credit

    JMP Securities President Mark Lehman and Veracruz TJM Founder Steve Cortes discuss Japan’s economy.

  4. What retailers are doing differently this Black Friday

    VIA Agency CCO Greg Smith discusses what retailers are doing differently this Black Friday to get consumers into their stores.

  5. How to score the best Black Friday deals contributor Vera Gibbons on how to find the best Black Friday deals.

  6. Sony to cut TV, smartphone product lineups

    FBN’s Adam Shapiro breaks down details of Sony’s plans to cut its TV and smartphone product lineups.

  7. Stocks to fall 25%?

    WSJ Sunday Personal Finance Columnist Jonathan Clements on the benefits of a potential pullback in the markets and strategies for re-allocating your portfolio.

  8. Micron Technology a ‘buy’ for long-term investors?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, NewOak Capital President James Frischling and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall debate the outlook for Micron Technology.

  9. Is Apple out of juice or are Apple shares ready for another breakout?

    Pacific Crest senior securities research analyst Andy Hargreaves and RBC Capital Markets research analyst Amit Daryanani debate the outlook for Apple.

  10. FTC wants Apple to protect users' health data

    Mashable Tech Editor Pete Pachal explains why the FTC wants apple to keep customers' health data secured.

  11. Pandora shares jump

    FBN’s Nicole Petallides breaks down the day in the markets.

  12. SAP sees major growth opportunity in business network

    SAP President of North America Jennifer Morgan discusses her vision for the company.

  1. Nikkei leads gains in Asia

    Business reporter Rachael Ruble on big gains for Nissan and Toyota.

  2. Asian markets end on high note

    Business reporter Rachael Ruble on Asian markets ending in the green.

  3. Would ‘The Interview’ have bombed at the box office?

    Mediaite Columnist Joe Concha says it was easy for Sony to pull the plug on ‘The Interview’ because it would have probably bombed at the box office anyway.

  4. BlackBerry getting back to basics with the Classic

    FBN’s Lori Rothman on BlackBerry’s latest smartphone.

  5. Google planning to taking on Amazon with ‘buy now’ button

    Kantar Retail head of Research Bryan Gildenberg on Google’s plan to take on Amazon in the ecommerce sector.

  6. Broadcom CEO on pioneering chip technology

    Broadcom CEO Scott McGregor discusses how his company is innovating to improve the user experience on mobile and in the home.

  7. Microsoft shareholders approve $84M CEO pay

    FBR Capital Market Senior Analyst Daniel Ives discusses Microsoft’s future and how the shareholder’s approved a major pay package for CEO Satya Nadella.

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