Shares of tech companies were more or less flat as fears about demand for Apple's latest iPhone persisted.
Apple shares remained under pressure a session after reports the company could cut its projection for iPhone sales triggered the biggest selloff in years for the firm.
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Energous shares surged after the wireless-charging technology firm said the Federal Communications Commission certified its transmitter, which can charge devices from a distances. An affordable wireless-charging option is an attractive proposition for makers of mass-market cell phones.
Tesla ticked down after brokerage KeyBanc Capital Markets warned that it could have fewer deliveries of its Model 3 than previously anticipated.
Shares of Pareteum surged after the maker of telecommunications software said it had developed technology to incorporate the "blockchain" ledger that underpins cryptocurrencies into its business.
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(END) Dow Jones Newswires
December 27, 2017 16:41 ET (21:41 GMT)