Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is looking to ban the sales of Samsung products in the U.S. yet again. These products were under discussion at Apple’s first patent trial that was in California, US. These products are no longer in the market. Yesterday, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) asked the District Judge, Lucy Koh, in San Jose, to prevent sales of over 20 smartphones and tablets, such as the Galaxy S4. The company claimed that a jury found these products to conflict its patents. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s stock began the trade at $568.10, climbed to a maximum price of $569.50 and closed, later in the day, at $563.90. The weekly performance of the stock was 2.38%.
The Lumia 525, a product of Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK), has a 1GB RAM. This is twice the RAM present in other Lumia phones but the specifications of Lumia 525 are similar to those of Lumia 520. The Lumia 525 also has 7GB worth free SkyDrive cloud space, a five megapixel back camera, no flash and no front camera. The lack of front camera is a serious drawback. Yesterday Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) closed its trading session at $7.89. The institutional ownership of the stock is 11.40%. NOK has a share capital comprising 3.71 billion outstanding shares and among them, 3.74 billion have been marketed.
Many faithful followers of BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) believed that the company’s co-founder, Mike Lazaridis, would somehow manage to restore the company to its former glory, after all, it was the pioneer of smartphones. The shares of BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) ended at $7.05. The company closed with the revelation that Lazaridis had finally abandoned the fantastical bid that he had placed on the company. He reduced his stake from 8% to lower than 5%. BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) held 34.80 million shares on its last trading day, meanwhile its average shares volume is 19.55 million. The company began trade at a value of $7.50, achieved a high of $7.69 and finally closed at $7.06, decreasing, thus, by 8.67%.
Before the opening of JFK station, the closest Supercharger for Manhattan could be found in Darien. Conn. Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) in New York has successfully inaugurated the company’s first ever Supercharger station. This is an efficient station that allows electric car owners to charge their vehicles within 30 minutes for free. Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) managed to secure market shares in the wealthier regions of New York. The company reported an increase of 2.70% in its stock and closed at $155.50, on Dec 26th. The market capitalization totals $19.06 billion, the volume of shares in the last trading session was 7.13 million and the company has 122.59 million outstanding shares.