April 21- Wireless chip maker Broadcom Inc reported higher-than-expected quarterly revenue and profit, helped by strong sales of its WiFi and broadband chips to handset makers such as Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd.. Broadcom forecast revenue of $2.10 billion, plus or minus $75 million, for the second quarter ending June 30. Broadcom's net income...» Read More
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IBM reports earnings after the bell. Peter Wahlstrom, Morningstar's director of technology, media and telecom, previews what to watch for in the call, including a major headwind.
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A new deal between Microsoft and Yahoo will allow Yahoo to deliver its own search results. The New York Times reports.
Microsoft partners with start-up Cyanogen to create an open source platform that doesn¿t rely on Google.
The San Francisco-based start-up announces the official launch of its operating system for commercial drones.
Mark Mahaney, managing director at RBC Capital Markets tells CNBC how big of an overhang Google's troubles with the EU are on its stock price and its future.
April 15- Memory chipmaker SanDisk Corp reported a fall in quarterly revenue, its first in two years, hurt by lower pricing, lean inventory and weaker-than-expected sales of storage products used in data centers. SanDisk's adjusted profit also fell short of analysts' average estimate, sending the company's shares down about 1 percent in after market trading.
LONDON, April 15- China's Huawei unveiled its flagship P8 and P8 Max smartphones on Wednesday, devices that stack up against the latest models from Samsung and Apple in technical specifications if not marketing budget. Huawei, a major player in the telecoms network equipment market, ranked fourth in global smartphone sales last year, shipping 68 million units,...
LONDON, April 15- China's Huawei unveiled its flagship P8 smartphone on Wednesday, a device that stacks up against the latest models from Samsung and Apple in technical specifications if not marketing budget. Huawei, a major player in the telecoms network equipment market, ranked fourth in global smartphone sales last year, shipping 68 million units, giving it a...
SuiteHop founder Todd Lindenbaum pitches his start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.
Is it time for a split at Qualcomm? Brian Colello, senior analyst at Morningstar gives his outlook on the company.
LONDON, April 15- European shares advanced on Wednesday, with Finnish telecom network equipment maker Nokia leading the market higher after agreeing to buy Alcatel-Lucent. Nokia shares rose 3.1 percent after an all-share transaction that values its smaller French rival at 15.6 billion euros. However, shares in Alcatel-Lucent, which surged 16 percent in the...
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From the smart watches to the glasses, businesses have begun seeing uses for wearable devices - but in many different ways.
Woman mislabeled as mistress of Google co-founder sues People magazine for libel. New York judge determined case will move forward.
After an initial pop, Apple Watch sales are likely to fizzle, says Michael Yoshikami.
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