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Though Apple hasn't been spared from the tech rout, recent news and reports mostly suggest consumer interest in its latest iPhones is healthy.
The tech giant showed off innovative AI-powered features for its newest smartphones, as well an aggressively-priced smart display.
Though the smartphone and chip giant is forecasting strong Q3 sales and profits, recent business trends could spell a rougher Q4.
Samsung Electronics slipped lower Friday after the group unveiled a record third quarter profit forecast amid concerns that its price levels in its core semiconductor business will likely lead weaker earnings in the months ahead.
In a variety of ways, PC makers and chip suppliers are feeling the effects of Intel's recent PC CPU shortages.
The company is betting gamers will pay a premium for its latest high-end GPUs on account of their strong 4K gaming performance and proprietary feature set.
Apple rebounded modestly in pre-market trading Thursday as investors reacted to the unveiling of three new iPhones, as well as a perceived emphasis on a new AppleWatch, at the tech giant's annual gala event at its headquarters in California.
The $7.2 billion Renesas deal for IDT could be followed by similar moves from U.S. chipmakers, should trade tensions thaw.
Micron's morning slide is indicative of a larger problematic trend.
Apple extended gains in pre-market trading, following their biggest advance in more than a month, as investors prepare for the expected launch of three new iPhones that could boost the average selling price of the group's most important product to just under $800.
Among the disclosures: Nvidia is open to upping its capital returns, and one big smartphone maker plans to wait until 2020 to launch a 5G phone.
The memory giant's valuation now implies a major drop in DRAM prices. That's hardly a given right now.
As Apple's iPhone event nears, Samsung has unveiled plans to launch more feature-rich mid-range phones and eventually deliver a foldable phone.
This year's big Unpacked event focused as much on a new smartwatch and smart speaker as it did on Samsung's flagship extra-sized smartphone.
KLA-Tencor, Lam Research, ASML and Teradyne have all seen their shares jump post-earnings.
U.S. stock futures are mixed amid reports of an escalation of trade tensions between the U.S. and China; Apple posts stronger-than-expected quarterly profit; analysts are non-committal on Tesla.
Global stocks continued to edge lower Tuesday, as tech sector weakness bled into markets in Asia following last night's sell off on Wall Street, putting even more pressure on today's third quarter earnings report from Apple at the close of trading today.
With slow iPhone X sales in the spotlight, analysts debate the timeless question: Has Apple lost its mojo?
Samsung confirmed its slowest quarterly profit growth in a year Tuesday as global smartphone demand slows and competition from low-cost rivals intensifies, putting even more pressure on Apple to revive tech sector sentiment with its own earnings update later today.
AMS AG, which makes optical sensors for Apple's iPhone X, is forecasting a surge in third quarter revenues, sending its shares, and the broader European tech sector, higher in early Tuesday trading.
Tech stocks have dominated the U.S. market this year, with the top five S&P 500 companies equal in value to the bottom 282 stocks in the benchmark index, and President Trump's comments on Fed rate hikes could add even more to their 4 trillion-plus in value.
TSMC cuts its 2018 sales forecast for the second time this year amid slowing demand for its crypto currency mining chips and the ongoing slump in global smartphone sales.
Here's what you need to know now for Wednesday, July 18.
The EU's ruling paves the way for Android phone makers to get paid more to pre-install Google's apps on their phones.
European Tech stocks were leading broader markets gains Wednesday as a series of solid second quarter earnings, and bullish forecasts, steadied some investor concern over the pace of growth the sector may experience in the second half of the year.
TheStreet's Jordan French visits South Korea for Blockchain Week. What do the country's unbridled markets and monopolistic corporate dynasties portend for the future of cryptocurrencies?
The South Korean tech giant just issued a downbeat earnings forecast that's being blamed on weak Galaxy S9 sales.
U.S. stock futures point lower on Friday after China and the United States slap tariffs of $34 billion on one another; economists expect the U.S. to have added 195,000 jobs in June; Amazon reportedly plans a holiday toy catalog.
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