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Chris Ciaccia

Chris Ciaccia

Contributing Writer

Chris Ciaccia contributes an expert business perspective to BGR. A former tech reporter at Fox News, Chris was also science and tech editor at the Daily Mail and previously was the tech editor at

Ciaccia has a bachelor’s degree in finance from Seton Hall University.

Latest Articles by Chris Ciaccia

BlackBerry Earnings Analysis

Is the party over for BlackBerry?

Even though BlackBerry was able to eke a small profit this quarter, perhaps the optimism surrounding CEO John Chen may be a bit misguided, as the …

Mac Sales 2014

Apple still rules back-to-school

During the back-to-school shopping period (July 4th through Labor Day week), Apple saw notebook sales rise 16% year over year as customers clamored for the latest MacBook Airs …

Google Robots

Is Google trying to kill you?

Robots and artificial intelligence have caused humans quite a bit of uneasiness, with even Tesla CEO Elon Musk saying there could be some scary outcomes …

iWatch News

The iWatch’s ‘killer app’ might surprise us all

As speculation surrounding what Apple is going to do in wearable technology with its so-called iWatch grows, excitement is building. However, with watches from companies like Samsung, …

BlackBerry Stock Price Analysis

What’s behind the bump at BlackBerry?

BlackBerry has seen more than its share of tough times, but shares of the Waterloo, Ontario-based technology company have jumped more than 32% this year, …

How Sony intends to knock off Apple

Monday night at E3, the biggest video game conference of the year, Sony made it clear that it is setting its sights clear on Apple, Amazon, …

iPad Market Share

Why Apple’s iPad might be in big trouble

Though Apple’s iPad business is still healthy, having shipped 16.4 million units and generated $7.6 billion in revenue in the most recent quarter, that business …

BlackBerry Earnings Q4

BlackBerry just can’t win

BlackBerry’s fourth-quarter earnings were better than expected, losing $0.08 per share, compared to the $0.67 loss most analysts were expecting. The company continues to make …