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- Built on Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1, the new reference design unveils enhanced features to enrich XR experiences with distributed processing -
U.S. stock futures decline as China hits back at the U.S. in their trade war; Palo Alto Networks and Dick's Sporting Goods report earnings; Boeing's 737 MAX jet may not return to service until August, says the head of the International Air Transport Association; Qualcomm asks a federal judge not to enforce her antitrust ruling against the chipmaker as it plans to file an appeal.
The tariff and Huawei risks aren't directly related, but they are joined in the grand scheme of things. See how in this video.
-- Named "Project Limitless" The Collaboration Ushers in a New Era of Computing with 5G Always On, Always Connected PCs Built on the Snapdragon 8cx 5G Compute Platform --
The Taiwanese chip manufacturing giant has a blue-chip client list and is intent on maintaining its manufacturing technology edge. And its valuation looks reasonable.
The Federal Trade Commission ruling against Qualcomm could cut the chipmaker's earnings per share in half, says Mizuho analyst Vijay Rakesh.
Nokia has a rare opportunity to capitalize on recent woes of competitors Huawei Technologies and Qualcomm to win incremental market share.
A broad tech ban could conceivably mean limiting exports of Qualcomm's modem technology, given that it will be important for future 5G wireless networks, or curbing sales of Nvidia's graphics chips that are essential for machine learning forms of artificial intelligence.
Gainers trail losers among Apple suppliers. Apple off 2%.
Stocks end down Wednesday as renewed trade tensions between the U.S. and China weigh on shares.
You can't start a discussion about the issue, though, without going right to the most impacted stock on earth: Apple.
Among other things, the ruling just issued in Qualcomm's legal battle with the FTC could significantly affect its smartphone royalty revenue, including that from Apple. That is, provided much or all of it isn't overturned.
Jim Cramer tackles the biggest headlines in the markets from the possibility of a tech cold war to Target's earnings to Qualcomm's antitrust ruling.
The FTC won its antitrust case against Qualcomm and analysts are warning there's now heightened risk to the stock.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Qualcomm's impact on Apple after a judge ruled in favor of the Federal Trade Commission in an antitrust case against Qualcomm.
Jim Cramer weighed in whether or not we're on the path to a cold war with China, the antitrust case against Qualcomm and Target's earnings.
Qualcomm shares were indicated sharply lower Wednesday after a federal judge has ruled in favor of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission in a long-running antitrust dispute over patents and licensing.
-- Evidence Showed Thriving, Competitive Wireless Industry --
Global stocks edged lower Wednesday, pulling Wall Street futures modestly lower, as investors faded a move by the White House to ease restrictions on China's Huawei Technologies to focus on worrying signals of slowing economic growth and geo-political uncertainty.
-- World's First Dedicated XR Platform from Qualcomm Technologies Powers Glass Enterprise Edition 2 from Google To Help Improve Enterprise Efficiency for Hands-on Workers --
U.S. stock futures turn mixed on a report the United States could blacklist more Chinese companies; Lowe's and Target report earnings; Urban Outfitters sinks after announcement of new women's apparel rental service, Nuuly; Nordstrom tumbles after cutting its fiscal-year forecast.
As Apple reportedly preps a consumer AR headset that could arrive next year, Google and Microsoft are launching new headsets aimed at businesses.
-- Launch of First Commercial 5G Network in the UK Marks a European Milestone on the Path to 5G as Global Deployments Intensify --
Stocks finish higher Tuesday as the Commerce Department eases restrictions on China's Huawei.
The stock gains even after Qorvo lowered its fiscal 2020 first-quarter guidance due to the pressure the U.S. government has placed on the Chinese telecom company.
In back-room chatter at conferences, people point out that Verizon and AT&T have indicated they are not planning a big boost in capital expenditures any time soon, signaling that the carriers are content to take a long time to build capacity for 5G.
Is the temporary license granted for U.S. exports to Huawei part of the ongoing attempt to reach a trade deal -- or is it early stages of what might end up as a protracted cold war?
-- Oculus Quest Launches Today, Delivering an Immersive All-In-One Virtual Reality Gaming Experience Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon --
The White House's moves against Huawei could complicate a resolution that Qualcomm is seeking with the Chinese telecom giant.
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