|Bid||314.50 x 0|
|Ask||315.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||312.50 - 322.00|
|52 Week Range||203.00 - 330.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||22.52|
|Dividend & Yield||0.00 (0.00%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Taiwan's economics ministry said it is "deeply concerned" about the antitrust agency imposing a $775 million fine on Qualcomm Inc, in a rare public display of disagreement between authorities. Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission (FTC) fined Qualcomm last week, saying the U.S. chipmaker had abused its monopolistic position by opting against licensing some modem-related technologies to other industry players. Qualcomm said it disagreed and would take the matter to court once the agency releases a final report in coming weeks.
The biggest mobile chipmaker in the world faces ongoing challenges from cheaper chipmakers and first-party chipsets from big OEMs.
RF360 Holdings’ upcoming GaAs (gallium arsenide) power amplifiers and modules will help Qualcomm to increase its share in China’s highly competitive price market.
Imagination Technologies , the British firm that lost 70 percent of its value after being ditched by its biggest customer Apple, put itself up for sale on Thursday in a disappointing end to a once-great European tech success story. Founded in 1985 and listed in 1994, Imagination has been rocked by Apple's announcement in April that it was developing its own graphics chips and would no longer use Imagination's processing designs in 15 months to two years time. Apple's decision, which analysts said posed an existential threat to the company, sent Imagination's shares plummeting 70 percent on April 3 and they have barely recovered since.
Apple Inc is likely to pay graphics chip designer Imagination Technologies just one third of its current royalty rate as the smartphone giant wind downs their supply deal over the next two years, UBS estimated on Wednesday. UBS analysts predicted that Imagination would become loss-making by fiscal 2019 without any Apple royalty contributions and that the British chip designer will have to consider potential cost-cutting moves to redress the balance. The move sent shudders through Apple's supply chain and has sparked investor jitters over whether Apple may rely more on its own in-house chip technology rather than external suppliers.
Israeli semiconductor company Valens has raised $60 million in a financing round led by Israel Growth Partners, and including new investors Delphi, Samsung Catalyst Fund, Goldman Sachs and MediaTek, in ...
Unsurprisingly, this chip-maker will reportedly continue its close collaboration with Taiwan Semi.
A report from DigiTimes says that both Samsung and TSMC are facing lower-than-expected manufacturing yield rates on its latest technology, impacting product launch schedules.
Corephotonics, an Israeli maker of dual camera technologies for smartphones, said on Wednesday it raised $15 million in a funding round that included Samsung Ventures, iPhone manufacturer Foxconn and chipmaker ...