Tech usage and addiction inspires a billion-dollar mindfulness industry. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi attempts three days without any digital gadgets.
Jim Cramer reiterates that investors should own Apple, not trade it, but cautions that the stock could be hurt by trade tensions.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told CNBC on Wednesday that a trip to Beijing to resume trade negotiations has not been scheduled yet, reducing hopes of a speedy resolution to the U.S.-China trade war.
This market's gotten real simple, real fast. We've got a new rubric to judge stocks. Too much Chinese exposure and you're toast. But if you've got little or no Chinese exposure, your stock can rally, even on a not-so-hot day like this one.
UBS lowered its price target on the iPhone maker from $235 to $225.
Research analyst Adam Jonas, a long-time Tesla bull, said it's extremely unlikely that big tech firms like Apple or Amazon would buy it.
WASHINGTON, May 22- Rare earth elements are used in a wide range of consumer products, from iPhones to electric car motors, as well as military jet engines, satellites and lasers. Rising tensions between the United States and China have sparked concerns that Beijing could use its dominant position as a supplier of rare earths for leverage in the trade war between...
*Huawei uses ARM designs for its chips. LONDON, May 22- British chip designer ARM has halted relations with Huawei in order to comply with a U.S. blockade of the company, potentially crippling the Chinese company's ability to make new chips for its future smartphones. It also licenses graphics technology from the Cambridge- based company.
CNBC's Jon Fortt and Ed Lee of The New York Times joins 'The Exchange' to discuss what's next for Qualcomm after a judge ruled the firm violated antitrust laws.
May 22- Qualcomm Inc illegally suppressed competition in the market for smartphone chips by threatening to cut off supplies and extracting excessive licensing fees, a U.S. judge ruled, a decision that could force the company to overhaul its business practices. The following are a few selected quotes from U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh's 233- page decision.
May 22- U.S. stocks dipped on Wednesday, as reports that Washington could impose restrictions on another Chinese technology company fanned trade tensions, while investors awaited the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting. Fears that tit-for-tat tariffs and other retaliatory actions by the United States and China will hit...
Brenda Vingiello, Sand Hill Global Advisors CIO, and Adam Parker, Trivariate Capital Management CEO, join "Fast Money Halftime Report" to discuss how Apple will fare amid the U.S.-China trade war and if it's a key indicator for the market.
Talk about 5G is everywhere right now, from the trade war with China to the ban on Huawei. Here's what 5G is and why it matters.
Apple has agreed to inform consumers about battery health and the performance impact of its software updates, which it was already doing.
Active managers are having a breakout year and Goldman Sachs has a way to mirror their strategy.
May 22- Apple Inc said https://webkit.org/blog/8943/privacy-preserving-ad-click-attribution-for-the-web on Wednesday its browser engine Webkit will launch a new technology to track advertising clicks and whether they lead to a product purchase while preserving the privacy of users. Apple's step shows how increased public scrutiny is forcing...
Qualcomm shares dropped in the pre-market following headlines that a federal judge has ruled that Qualcomm violated antitrust law. CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" crew discusses.
A federal judge grants an injunction ordering Qualcomm to renegotiate its licensing agreements.
District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose, California, caused Qualcomm shares to plunge 9.5 percent in early trading on Wednesday. Koh's decision followed a 10- day non-jury trial in January, and is a victory for the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which has accused Qualcomm in 2017 of violating antitrust law. It is unclear whether the sanctions will be challenged by the...
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.