|Bid||21.20 x 400|
|Ask||21.69 x 400|
|Day's Range||21.33 - 21.53|
|52 Week Range||17.10 - 24.75|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||9.46|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.56 (2.63%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Microsoft's Brad Smith talks to CNBC's Josh Lipton about a new cybersecurity accord it has joined along with more than 30 other companies, including Oracle, Cisco and HP.
Shares of Advanced Micro Devices soared as much as 15 percent in morning trading Thursday after the company reported blockbuster quarterly earnings and gave a better-than-expected outlook for the second quarter.
A new manufacturing network is a major milestone in Jabil’s digital transformation, the company said.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is focusing on its Computing and Graphics segment to boost its growth. In the computing space, it launched competitive desktop and mobile PC CPUs (central processing units) under the Ryzen brand in 2017.
Apple is exploring using its own processors in future Mac computers, thereby dropping Intel (INTC) as a chip supplier for the product, according to Bloomberg. Mac computers featuring processors developed internally by Apple could start surfacing in the market as early as 2020, the report said.
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Intel (INTC) announced in February that it was collaborating with Dell (DVMT), HP (HPQ), Lenovo (LNVGY), and Microsoft (MSFT) to bring 5G (fifth generation) connectivity to Windows PCs (personal computers). Intel said it would supply the modem chips to enable 5G connectivity in PC devices to be developed by partners. Intel-based, 5G-enabled mobile laptops should start arriving in 2H19. Intel is working on bringing 5G-enabled PCs just as the global PC market is expected to stage a comeback.
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Here's a look at some companies that, however peripherally, are involved in the cannabis business or should benefit from more permissive marijuana laws.
The document processing company had almost replaced Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson with an ex-HP executive, The Deal has learned.
Patrick Moorhead recently attended HP’s Executive Forum held in Las Vegas, where HP Inc. brought in its North American channel partners to discuss HP’s roadmap and mutual business opportunities. Here are my thoughts on the event.
Global PC shipments have been steadily falling over the past few quarters, as customers prefer to do their browsing via smartphones, which are also coming with spreadsheet functionality these days. According to reports by Gartner and IDC, PC shipments have continued to see sluggish growth. According to IDC, global PC shipments were flat YoY (year-over-year) in 1Q18, at 60.4 million shipments. However, according to Gartner, global PC shipments fell 1.4% YoY in 1Q18.
Although commodity costs were higher in fiscal 1Q17 than in fiscal 1Q18, and they are expected to be lower in fiscal 2018, HP (HPQ) expects increasing DRAM (dynamic random access memory) prices to remain a headwind during the year. However, HP expects product demand to fall if it transfers component price increases to consumers.
So far, we’ve talked about the possible impact of the cryptocurrency trend on Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). Easing investors’ and analysts’ concerns, AMD gave a statement that its long-term growth is not dependent on cryptocurrency as it’s not even its core market. The chip supplier stated that its long-term growth will come from three key markets: PCs (personal computer), professional graphics, and servers.
Analysts expect HP’s (HPQ) non-GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) EPS (earnings per share) to rise 19.4% YoY (year-over-year) to $1.97 in fiscal 2018, up from $1.65 in fiscal 2017. Revenue is estimated to rise 8.7% YoY to $56.6 billion in fiscal 2018. Analysts expect HP’s EPS to rise 20% in fiscal 2Q18, 14% in fiscal 3Q18, and 6% in fiscal 2019, and expect its revenue to rise 9.5% in 2Q18, 6.7% in 3Q18, and 0.6% in fiscal 2019.
Desktop-as-a-service (or DaaS) is a cloud-based model that enables users to work from any location using their devices. DaaS, independent of device, network, and location, has an architecture where multiple users are allowed access to a software application. DaaS is fast gaining traction among startups and small and medium enterprises around the globe to reduce costs.
Personal computer shipments were flat in the first quarter, yielding positive data points for HP and Microsoft, but negative for Apple.
There seems be no respite for the weakness in the personal computer market, as worldwide shipments continued to fall year-over-year for the 14th straight quarter in the first quarter of 2018, according ...
You’d think Silicon Valley’s most visible CEOs — Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Sundar Pichai and Tim Cook — would crack the top 100. In fact, just one does. And the highest-paid CEO in the U.S. in 2017, the data shows, is a hard-charging dealmaker who heads up a San Jose-based tech company.
At the start of 2017, HP (HPQ) claimed the top position from China’s (FXI) Lenovo (LNVGY) to become the world’s leading PC (personal computer) manufacturer. At the end of 4Q17, HP led the PC market with a 23.5% share and 8.3% unit shipment growth. In comparison, global PC shipments rose only 0.3% in 4Q17. Top players Lenovo, Dell, Apple, ASUS, and Acer Group (ACEIY) had market shares of 22.2%, 15.7%, 8.2%, 6.4%, and 6.4%, respectively.