Eric Jhonsa is TheStreet's technology columnist. He previously handled Seeking Alpha's tech news coverage, and before that was a writer for The Motley Fool.
Eric has a B.A. in Economics from Columbia University. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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Should a T-Mobile/Sprint deal be cleared in return for asset sales, there could be major long-term implications for both wireless and home broadband competition.
According to a new report from a respected analyst, Apple plans to launch 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch flagship iPhones next year, each of which will feature quite a few Broadcom 5G RF chips.
Though Bitcoin is still arguably a very speculative asset, support for it as a store of value is proving more resilient than many predicted.
Mark Zuckerberg's firm has reportedly won the backing of several major e-commerce and payments players for its planned digital coin. That, in turn, could help the coin avoid seeing a chicken-and-egg dilemma.
Though Broadcom's report did have a couple of bright spots, a $2 billion revenue guidance cut for its the company's chip segment has led its shares -- and those of many peers -- to sell off.
The retail giant once hoped Jet.com would help it win over many of the millennials who are hooked on Amazon Prime. But its ambitions for the business are now more limited.
The collaboration software upstart could easily see a $20 billion-plus market cap on its first day of trading. Given its current financials and intensifying competition from Microsoft, that's a rich valuation.
Following a strong earnings report, PagerDuty CEO Jenn Tejada says demand for her firm's on-call management software is growing particularly strongly among large enterprises.
Chip stocks in general are selling off following a downgrade that's arguably only bad news for certain parts of the sector.
The electric car maker's shares rose after CEO Musk made several optimistic comments at its annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday.
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