One company could be a loser.
Verizon has the largest post-paid subscriber base in the U.S., but can it keep growing its digital business and fend off hungry rivals?
With an emphasis on creating U.S. jobs, could the iPhone maker and Foxconn bring a $7 billion plant to the U.S.?
What Wall Street will really be talking about.
Apple is already partly relying on Intel for its iPhone modem needs. The company's lawsuit against its other modem supplier could pave the way for a deeper Intel partnership.
Qualcomm's mounting lawsuits could spell trouble for its planned acquisition of the Dutch chipmaker, Nomura analysts say.
The company is gaining momentum from smartphone, automotive and Internet of Things products.
The company beat analysts' expectations for its first quarter and has wisely looked for ways to expand its reach beyond Apple, which generates 40% of its business.
Canon, Tokyo Electron, Permira, Bain have reportedly emerged as potential investors in Toshiba's chip business.
Apple supplier Foxconn is considering a $7 billion investment that would establish a U.S.-based LCD display manufacturing hub that could create as many as 50,000 new jobs.