The Kansas city is one of a handful in the running to be a test market for Google's fiber-optic broadband Internet. And it really, really, really wants to win.
Apple's next iPhone will be available in two or three different screen sizes and launch in July, says an analyst with Topeka Capital Markets.
A less expensive iPhone could come in a choice of five colors and debut before the iPhone 5S, says Topeka Capital analyst Brian White.
The company's LTE service is now available in Stockton, Calif., Topeka, Kan.; Laredo, Texas; and 10 other areas, while expanded coverage hits San Francisco, Milwaukee, and elsewhere.
In the latest speculation about Apple's TV plans, Topeka Capital's Brian White is predicting an iTV package for this year that will revolutionize the TV viewing experience.
Yet Apple will still be able to sell between 5 million and 7 million iPad Minis in the fourth quarter, argues Brian White of Topeka Capital.
Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White has apparently based his predictions on discussions he's had with "local contacts" in Apple's supply chain in Taipei.
You want optimism? Consider one Brian White of Topeka Capital Markets, who became the first analyst to slap a $1,000 target on Apple.
This is not an April Fools' joke: We have the iPad, two days before launch. Plus, eBay rolls out a new fashion site, and Google changes its name to Topeka for a day.
Another analyst report adds to the rumors that Apple will release a lower-priced, plastic smartphone in July. It also projects a $350 to $400 price point for the handset.