The online arts and crafts marketplace debuts on the Nasdaq stock exchange with shares trading at up to $35 per share.
Microsoft sold a million Xbox Ones on the first day, it's announced, matching launch day sales of the PS4.
Apple is on track to presell half as many iPhones as it did last year, according to a new analyst report.
Company has already pushed back the shipping date for the iPad by three days or longer for online orders, which will likely drive lines at the stores.
Daily-deals giant ends its first trading day as a public company with a stock that popped and stayed hot.
The company says it sold more iPhones in the first two hours they were available for preorder than any other phone on any launch day in its history.
And a separate analyst reports that more than three quarters of those buying an iPhone 4 Thursday were returning iPhone customers.
America's first 4G phone breaks a record for Sprint. HTC Evo 4G surpasses first-day sales of the Palm Pre and Samsung Instinct.
Company releases first-day sales totals. In addition to selling more than 300,000 iPads on Saturday, more than 1 million iPad apps and 250,000 e-books were downloaded.
The newly independent company's first day trading on the New York Stock Exchange was nothing impressive. But the industry sure isn't rooting against it.