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Assuming Microsoft gets it right this time, Windows 8 could be huge for Qualcomm and probably another setback for Intel.
John Chambers kills speculation that he may be out soon, saying he's been asked to opt in for three more years.
CFO Frank Calderoni tells analysts he expects gross margins to dip slightly in fiscal 2012 from the prior year.
Someday CEO John Chambers will step down and a suitable replacement will be named, here's a preview of sorts.
The Nasdaq surges late to finish up 1% as Broadcom strikes a $3.7 billion deal for chip shop NetLogic.
The street sees other small fish, like Cavium, that may be part of a big fish feeding frenzy in tech.
Motorola killed its original Bionic superphone and pulled this model off the bench. Spoiler: Bionic is the Droid X3
Early warnings of weak phone demand aren't good signs for Google Androids, Nokia and others during the holidays.
Money shop Third Point takes a 5% stake and seeks the ouster of four Yahoo board members.
Restaurant and shopping guide Zagat becomes part of Google's growing local search and review effort.