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A pair of new reports suggest Apple's business philosophy might be preventing it from making needle-moving acquisitions of big companies, as well as succeeding with Apple TV.
Financially-troubled Toshiba is now thinking about an outright sale of its chip unit, rather than just a 20% stake. Debt-laden Western Digital might be hard-pressed to afford that.
One sector is really outperforming.
Today Intel Security outlined a new, unifying approach for the cybersecurity industry that strives to eliminate fragmentation through updated integrated solutions, new cross-industry partnerships and product integrations...
CEO Bryan Krzanich tells Jim Cramer that Intel is always thinking five years into the future.
Jim Cramer says it's a sea change: It's not just about economic growth, it's about global growth without inflation.
To serve the growing number of Internet of Things (IoT) applications, Intel Corporation today announced the Intel® Cyclone® 10 family of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs).
5G is expected to be one of the most important technology developments in our time.
Cramer shares his views about what's killing retailers and restaurants, and points out that the stock market isn't controlled by the president.
The autonomous Chrysler Pacifica features technology developed inside Alphabet, but it's unclear how the company will make money on it.
The chipmaker saw double-digit growth across each of its businesses in the fourth quarter, but Wall Street wanted more.
An executive order on visas for skilled workers will get a close reading in Silicon Valley.
The chip giant hopes to offset PC and enterprise server weakness with cloud, IoT and flash memory growth. But the strategy could create opportunities for AMD and Qualcomm.
Donald Trump's tweet knocking Nordstrom coincided with the company's stock's best and most-traded day of the year.
Sky-high expectations are keeping Nvidia from jumping after its latest earnings beat. But demand for the company's PC gaming and server GPUs remains extremely strong.
Here are Friday's top research calls, including an upgrade for Ford and downgrades for Intel, Twitter and Viacom.
Sky-high expectations are keeping Nvidia from jumping after its latest earnings beat. But demand for the company's PC gaming and server GPUs remains very strong.
The following is an opinion editorial provided by Kathy Winter, vice president and general manager of the Automated Driving Division at Intel Corporation: This Smart News Release features multimedia.
President Trump and Intel CEO Brian Krzanich have announced a $7 million investment in an advanced computer chip factory in Arizona.
The chip maker has its own multi-billion-dollar facility up its sleeve. It will employ thousands of workers and make a product that is in demand.
It's not an over-exuberant Trump bubble, Jim Cramer says, because earnings and fundamentals remain solid.
Circumstances are different, but let's look at valuations.
Chief Executive Brian Krzanich is the latest tech executive to announce a job creation initiative after meeting with President Donald Trump.
Intel Corporation today announced plans to invest more than $7 billion to complete Fab 42, which is expected to be the most advanced semiconductor factory in the world.
Acquiring a stake in joint venture partner Toshiba's chip unit would both increase Western Digital's flash memory exposure, and provide strategic benefits.
AMD shares have seen stellar gains since the company reported strong fiscal first quarter results last week, but there are reasons to think it can appreciate even more.