NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- TheStreet, led by myself and James Rogers, held its inaugural tech chat last night on Twitter, with readers and followers asking a variety of questions.
Using the hashtag #TSTTech, users asked about a variety of topics, including Apple(AAPL) , Google(GOOG) , Salesforce.com(CRM) , Amazon(AMZN) and others.
Tim Cook's performance since taking over from Steve Jobs, the iPhone 5, and earnings results from a slew of tech companies were among the more notable issues discussed.
Twitter user neumann04 wanted to know about NVidia(NVDA) .
@neumann04: I like NVDA as a chip maker that's getting more design wins into the Google Nexus, and MacBook Pro.— Chris Ciaccia (@Commodity_Bull) August 23, 2012
Twitter user KavehKM wanted to know about HP(HPQ) and its second-quarter results.
@kavehkm The writing was on the wall for #HP after #Dell's underwhelming results. As Whitman said, #HP turnaround's in its early stages.— James Rogers (@jamesjrogers) August 23, 2012