Winners and Losers in Tech 2013

June 1st, 2013
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The biggest loser many feel was Apple. If you bought Apple stocks at the start of 2012 and sold in September you would be showing a profit of $250 or more a share. In some ways Google has been a looser when it blew 13 billion on Motorola. Sony too is a loser on its HD television. Other loosers was Groupon and Zynga

The biggest winers include Linkedin, Yahoo and Google.  Robot cars, bendable screens and Ultra High-definition television system are the big tech storys of the year 2012. Microsoft did well by forcing Android to pay a toll for every handset it sold which resulted in a continual money stream into the Corporate offices.

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