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Gizmodo's Sam Biddle joined CNBC's Street Signs on December 23, 2011. Watch the clip above!
Gizmodo's Sam Biddle joined CNBC's Street Signs on October 13, 2011 to talk about the iCloud. Watch the clip above!
Gizmodo editor-in-chief Joe Brown joined CNBC's Street Signs on July 5, 2011 to talk about the demise of the battery. Watch the clip above.
If you own one of Apple's tablets and happen to follow the stock market, I can't imagine you'd ever need anything more than CNBC's Real Time for iPad, a luxuriously large version of the much-loved iPhone and iPod Touch app.
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Microsoft's earnings don't look rosy: Revenue's down 14 percent from last year, at $12.92 billion, and net income's down 18 percent, to $3.57 billion. But, that's way better than anybody was estimating, which sent their stock up. Until CNBC screwed up the numbers, and immediately tanked the stock, costing people a lot…
This exchange, as seen during a segment on Windows 7 on CNBC's Street Signs this afternoon, doesn't feature CNBC's resident Apple knob-polisher Jim Goldman, surprisingly. But it might as well. Cable news, everybody! Consistently worthless.
Additional Apple-related shenanigans from CNBC as they report on Apple stock "tanking" in January following Steve Jobs' poor health:
It's been interesting watching the CNBC's bad habits come under fire by the mighty Jon Stewart. Gawker's got a clip of Cramer as he appears on The Daily Show tonight, where Jim Cramer is quoted talking about manipulating Apple stock.
Jim assures us that his new Apple sources are "tangible and trustworthy." They are quite tangible, Jim. And soft, too.
You think CNBC's not bitter because they didn't get an iPhone? Think again. Watch as solemn TV news voiceover meets an impudent teenage girl whose parents won't...uh...give her an iPhone. Yeah, we didn't think that metaphor through.
Our buddy Ben Popken over at Consumerist was on CNBC talking about the infamous AOL cancellation ordeal. We get excited whenever one of our own gets to be on TV—some of us anyway, the others are jaded, jaded monkeys. Head on over to see Ben in a nice suit getting his 15 minutes of fame trimmed down to 45 seconds by a…