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AMD's new flagship PC GPU is much more power-hungry than a rival Nvidia chip with similar performance. But Ethereum miners might indirectly give a boost to its cheaper sibling.
Dead cat bounce? Sure, some might say that.
These are the stocks that are hot on our mind on Monday.
Stifel Nicolaus notes bullish trends among suppliers of NAND memory chips after attending Flash Memory Summit conference in Santa Clara, Calif.
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Cryptocurrency miners are always looking for the fastest and most powerful chips to run their rigs and they are showing them off on social media.
The GPU giant's strong earnings report -- it beat estimates and issued solid guidance -- fell short of a very high bar.
The chipmaker is blazing ahead of Intel in the race to unleash its super chip.
The social media upstart's stock has shed nearly half of its value since going public, but that hasn't discouraged some of its fans.
Intel said that it will begin building a fleet of level 4 fully autonomous vehicles for testing in the U.S., Israel, and Europe.
You can't lose what you never had, but that doesn't stop some from wondering what might have been had the United States not withdrawn from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Now that Intel's acquisition of Mobileye has closed, Jim Cramer said the time might be right to take a chance.
Jim Cramer says Amazon may be mighty powerful, but the blindsided CEOs at the retail competition are starting to wise up.
Mobileye deal shows the semiconductor company is back in the game.
The chip giant's chief exec talks to TheStreet about Intel's resurgence, its autonomous vehicle strategy and the recent run-up in tech stocks.
It's time to trade some stocks.
These are some hot names.
The Dow is having a record breaking week, but not every security is performing well.
Though priced competitively, AMD's new desktop GPUs are power-hungry and can't match the performance of Nvidia's best products.
Though priced competitively, AMD's new high-end desktop GPUs are power-hungry and can't match the performance of Nvidia's best products.
Nvidia has the better chart over AMD to play the historic Bitcoin split.
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