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The chipmakers now depend much less on old-guard enterprise hardware firms than they used to.
While many traditional enterprise IT giants are contending with weak hardware demand, things look much better for some of their chip and component suppliers.
A new report suggests progress remains slow for Apple's self-driving project, and that big-name automakers are reluctant to partner with it. Would an acquisition make sense?
A new report suggests progress remains slow for Apple's self-driving project, and that big-name automakers reluctant to partner with it. Would an acquisition make sense?
If Alphabet can do it, Apple could too. But the latter's efforts in autonomous driving have been minor, to say the least. Will its deal with Volkswagen change that?
Apple's teaming up with Volkswagen to make autonomous driving capabilities a reality for the latter's T6 Transporter van.
Jim discusses the canceled summit with North Korea and what it means for Raytheon, inflation and a possible 232 investigation into automobile imports. Plus a member's question on Nvidia!
CarGurus surveyed almost 2,000 car owners to get their thoughts on self-driving cars. Hint: The public isn't ready.
Let's step away from the daily grind and keep in mind the longer term picture for the stock market.
Conference highlights from Honeywell bolster the investment case.
It's important to know the difference between broken stocks and broken companies.
These five stocks with self-driving car exposure are showing off bullish technical setups in May.
The world's largest tech companies are spending aggressively to widen their leadership positions. Look out world.
Shares of Micron could easily rise 15% from here after Monday's bevy of good news.
A growth-inspired confidence and key double sector breakout. Oh yeah.
The companies on the list of 500 represent an impressive two-thirds of U.S. gross domestic product.
Better trade news could help tech stocks, and could eventually boost oil-infrastructure plays as well.
Here's what you need to know now for Friday, May 18.
In the May Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Cramer talks tech. Watch now to find out which holdings the AAP team likes, why they think Microsoft is the best of all worlds and the one holding they worry about.
All of this will likely drive more people toward the remaining non-cell semis, data center and social media.
Let's talk about Tesla, Nvidia and, um, Gene Simmons?
Intel's Mobileye unit lands a big contract in Europe.
I'm staying with the bullish bias as best I can.
Nvidia shares got a bad wrap following the company's most recent earnings call as executives served up a cautious outlook for graphics chips tied to cryptocurrency mining. But, this one chart should alleviate the worries of some Nvidia fans.
Get ahead of the naysayers, says Jim Cramer. FANG and other tech leaders have gone cold, but they're not dead yet.
UBS estimates that Waymo could provide $114 billion in revenue to Alphabet by 2030.
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