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U.S. stocks were mixed on Thursday, following the European Central Bank's decision to keep key interest rates unchanged.
According to one respected research group and consultancy, sales of virtual reality hardware units will reach $2.3 billion this year.
SoftBank could spend heavily to make ARM's processor designs more competitive with Intel's. And it might also start to charge more for them.
Despite a 37% year-to-date jump, Applied Materials may have room to move higher.
The maker of Galaxy smartphones expects its highest operating profit in two years.
U.S. stock futures are trading mixed Thursday as investors look toward U.S. jobs data.
Samsung Electronics shares rise after forecasting a 17.4% increase in operating profit for the April to June period due to strong sales of smartphones.
Worries about iPhone 7 sales hurt the stocks of Cirrus Logic, Skyworks, InvenSense, Qorvo and Synaptics.
Google's Android partners won't like the competition, but they probably have no choice. Also, Microsoft's dealmaking might not be over yet.
Brexit is taking a toll on the likes of Nokia and SAP, while Netflix is planning a major change and Qualcomm is suing a Chinese smartphone maker.
Three market-beating mutual fund managers discussed their favorite stocks at the Morningstar Investment Conference this week in Chicago.
Facebook and Twitter make some app upgrades while Samsung buys SF-based cloud company Joyent. Uber settles for $7.5 million with its drivers.
Shares of Qorvo were decimated this winter after the company saw a slowdown in iPhone sales, but with a new iPhone on the horizon, the stock should move higher.
Apple sells a 30-year bond in Taiwan, while Tesla works with Samsung on a battery deal. Snapchat makes more changes.
Best Buy is the latest retailer to report impressive sales of appliances thanks to the continued U.S. housing recovery.
As the communications chip giant's stock struggles, Steven Mollenkopf discusses the role Qualcomm will play in the Internet of Things, how he manages transitions and whether the smartphone could disappear.
J.C. Penney reiterates its guidance after a New York Post article pushed its stock 8% lower.
Google might team up with Fiat for self-driving vehicles, while new data from IDC show the emergence of a new player in the smartphone market.
Deutsche Bank jumps on brighter-than-expected first-quarter numbers but the prospect of order delays grounds shares in Airbus.
Apple, Alphabet and Samsung are some of the big players in the highly lucrative mobile payments space. But Facebook could be right behind.
Major companies like Apple, Alphabet and Samsung are battling it out for a slice of the highly lucrative mobile payments space.
U.S. stock futures are suggesting Wall Street will open lower Thursday.
With emerging markets in a swoon, a Standard Life fund manager is betting on a boom -- in stocks of electric-vehicle parts and battery makers.
The payments space is moving further and further away from cold hard cash.
Companies in solar energy and the Internet of Things have slumped, and they now look ready to rally. Here are six green picks to buy now.
Focus on Micron's growth potential for next year since little is expected for 2016.
Apple may introduce wireless charging to iPhones as soon as next year, but will that wind up being a boost to sales?
Samsung has received rave reviews for its latest smartphone, the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. However, the iPhone 6s still dominates when it comes to breakability.