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A Supreme Court ruling today will make it harder for so-called 'patent trolls' to launch patent cases in sympathetic courts, a significant irritant for tech giants like Alphabet and Apple.
UBS is also forecasting that the newest iPhone will make up 45% of Apple's sales next year.
Apple saw its iPhone shipments decline only in the China and Japan markets in the first quarter.
The chipmaker's impending $47 billion deal with NXP Semiconductor, as well as a robust iPhone sales cycle in the fall, should generate upside for Qualcomm, according to a JPMorgan analyst.
Higher prices for phones and tax breaks are among the forces that could push Apple's stock to new heights, according to RBC analyst Amit Daryanani.
The lawsuit says Universal Secure Registry CEO Kenneth P. Weiss received 13 patents for authentication systems for making financial transactions.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer breaks down the day's trending stocks on our daily Facebook Live show, which airs weekdays at 10 a.m. EST.
Apple has perfectly good reasons for borrowing so much money and is in no danger of defaulting, but Silicon Valley's use of debt to fund dividends could have limits.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Treasury notes and bonds, and offers some other observations.
Cramer shares his views on Starbucks, and also discusses the 10-year.
Waymo's suit against Uber reflects the broader battle over IP and trade secrets that is breaking out through the tech industry.
The iPhone 8 is somewhat of a letdown, at least judging by several leaked photos.
Here we go again with Netflix.
Cisco is generating more revenues through software and businesses with recurring revenue. But the networker could speed the transition through M&A.
Facebook is adding a food-ordering service to its platform, while Spotify's fourth acquisition of the year centers around artificial intelligence.
Many feel that AR could become the world's next big platform.
Amazon's incredible growth story was once considered to be threatened by the likes of Barnes & Noble and Borders.
Here comes the cash for Apple.
This one regulatory move could be extremely beneficial to the iPhone maker.
Jim Cramer discusses the rebound and also mentions the best tech story that no one knows about.
Markets start to recover from one really bad day amid more political turmoil. Portfolio moves include initiating a position in an ETF.
Dozens of tax police visited the Italian offices of nine suppliers to BT Italy, including the U.S. tech firm, and seized boxes of documents.
Analysts at Bank of America/Merrill Lynch noted today that the Nasdaq Internet index is on pace for a 75% gain for the year.
After 18 months with a buy rating on the internet radio company, Macquarie analyst Amy Yong downgrades the stock.
Wireless charging may not be the only nifty new feature.