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An executive order on visas for skilled workers will get a close reading in Silicon Valley.
Look out below, investors.
Merrill Lynch analysts believe the new iPhone could be sold out for more than two quarters.
DVDs collecting dust on your shelves will be put to use again.
U.S. stock futures point to a slightly higher start for Wall Street on Thursday ahead of a crucial vote on health care reform in the U.S.
Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Alphabet and Netflix have positive but overbought weekly charts, and four could have weekly key reversals on closes this week below their lows of last week.
Owners of nearly 8,000 film titles will be able to store and watch them on their smartphones, just by scanning the discs' barcodes.
Samsung has a lot to prove after its Galaxy Note 7 disaster.
The semiconductor giant could surprise investors with huge gains.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq both rebounded on Wednesday, while the Dow slipped slightly.
Stocks hold mixed through Wednesday afternoon as worries over progress over regulatory reform continue to spook investors and a shooting in London keeps world markets on edge.
The image of a weakened president is having a widespread effect.
COO Kevin Johnson will replace longtime CEO Howard Schultz, who will remain with the coffee giant as its executive chairman.
At FinDEVr 2017, TokBox says it helps make live video and interactive broadcasting easy for financial services companies.
The tech stocks are uniquely international, and we keep hearing about strength in Asia, Europe and the BRICs.
A little patience is required, but sooner or later some solid support should develop.
New enhancements for Google's search apps and a preview of the next version of Android show a solid grasp of what smartphone users are looking for.
It has been a wild ride thus far, and we've only completed one round of action.
Drexel Hamilton's Brian White sees Snap's unique appeal and value proposition as comparable to those of Apple.
Apple suppliers reportedly ramped up production on augmented reality components.
The social media giant is doing Snap's tricks, one shade better.
The tech giant is reportedly working on augmented reality-powered eyeglasses, in addition to adding some AR features to the iPhone 8.
Patience with the slow progress of health care and financial reforms wears thin on Tuesday, sending stocks spiralling to their worst losses of the year.
M&A deals in the semiconductor industry totaled more than $98 billion in 2016, but analysts say this year could be even more ripe for consolidation, especially for self-driving car technology.
Launching a cheaper 9.7-inch iPad with decent specs makes sense at a time when both iPad sales and the broader tablet market are depressed.
Stocks slump to session lows on Tuesday as uncertainty over when and how the Trump administration will implement regulatory reform spooks the financial sector.