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|Day's Range||72.80 - 73.85|
|52 Week Range||48.56 - 76.50|
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|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.48 (3.32%)|
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Sep.18 -- Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf speaks to Bloomberg's Emily Chang on the set of Bloomberg's Studio 1.0 about Qualcomm's IP dispute and partnership with Apple.
Motorola Solutions (MSI) continues to expand its software offerings to provide solutions across the various segments of the public safety workflow.
Juniper's (JNPR) vSRX offers the same features as its physical SRX Series firewalls but in a virtualized form factor for delivering security services that scale to match network demand.
The US tariffs on Chinese imports don’t appear to impact Apple’s (AAPL) iPhones. Apple is currently being investigated by the Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry, and Energy (or MOTIE) for infringing on a patent owned by the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (or KAIST).
Apple Inc's latest iPhones hit stores around the world on Friday, featuring components made by Intel Corp and Toshiba among others, according to two firms that cracked open the iPhone Xs and Xs Max models. The studies by repair firm iFixit and chip analysis firm TechInsights, published this week, are among the first detailed teardowns of the phones, which reviews suggested were a subtle upgrade from the tenth anniversary iPhone X. Supplying parts for Apple's iPhones is considered a coup for chipmakers and other manufacturers.
Apple Inc's (AAPL.O) latest iPhones hit stores around the world on Friday, featuring components made by Intel Corp (INTC.O) and Toshiba among others, according to two firms that cracked open the iPhone Xs and Xs Max models. The studies by repair firm iFixit https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/iPhone+XS++and+XS+Max+Teardown/113021 and chip analysis firm TechInsights https://w2.techinsights.com/l/4202/2018-09-21/276cjx, published this week, are among the first detailed teardowns of the phones, which reviews suggested were a subtle upgrade from the tenth anniversary iPhone X. Supplying parts for Apple's iPhones is considered a coup for chipmakers and other manufacturers.
Share buybacks have become an increasingly popular way to provide value to shareholders of semiconductor companies in 2018. The Philadelphia Semiconductor Sector Index (PHLX) has gained less than 1% in the past three months. have all announced multi-billion-dollar programs to address the need for return to shareholders.
Intel (INTC), a leader in the PC and server processor market, entered the mobile market in 2011 with the acquisition of Infineon Wireless. Infineon products lagged behind in technology, which pushed Intel behind Qualcomm (QCOM) in the modem market. After spending a huge sum on research and development and divesting its mobile processor business, Intel launched competitive modems that were one year behind Qualcomm in terms of technology.
A teardown of Apple Inc's latest iPhones revealed chips from Micron Technology and Toshiba among others in the devices while there was no mention of Samsung, according to gadget repair firm iFixit. As expected, there was also no mention of chips from Qualcomm Inc, in the teardown of the iPhone XS and XS Max, which Apple launched on September 12.
Harris' (HRS) AN/PRC-163 is the most advanced software-defined handheld radio in the world today, providing warfighters and commanders with unprecedented capabilities.
Cloud services company Oracle (ORCL) recently announced a $12 billion increase to its share repurchase program, which shows that the company is banking on growing its cash flows and expects its earnings growth to continue. Share buybacks also boosted the company’s earnings in its first quarter of fiscal 2019, which ended on August 31, 2018.
Broadcom (AVGO) generally pays out 50% of the previous fiscal year’s free cash flow to its stockholders in cash dividends. The remaining balance of the company’s free cash flow is intended for share repurchases and future acquisitions. Broadcom initiated a $12 billion share buyback plan in April to compensate shareholders for its failed Qualcomm (QCOM) merger.
Despite the reported outreach by U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, the Trump administration has levied additional tariffs on $200 billion worth of imported goods from China.
Nokia's (NOK) end-to-end portfolio of products, services and licensing for wide-ranging customers will likely help it recover lost ground.
As reported on its website on September 13, Nokia (NOK) is planning to sell the majority of its IP video business to Volaris. Volaris expects to launch an independent business within its organization that would house the video assets being acquired from Nokia.
Qualcomm Inc.’s board is planning to announce a bigger pay package for Chief Executive Officer Steve Mollenkopf, showing confidence in his leadership through a grueling period for the chipmaker, according to people familiar with the process. The new compensation is tied to progress made by Mollenkopf and his executive team in tackling a series of challenges the company has faced in recent years, the people said. Apple Inc. stopped using Qualcomm’s products, stopped paying billions of dollars in licensing fees and launched a legal battle that’s spread across the globe.
Microsoft (MSFT) wants to expand its innovation in the field of AI, blockchain, IoT (Internet of Things), and data analytics. The evolution of high-speed 4G Internet service and shifting workloads from on-premise to the cloud platform by most of the organization has increased the demand. Connected devices’ growth is creating more opportunities for Microsoft.
and it is not the company’s business but its shareholders. Qualcomm was prepared to pay $127.50 for each NXP share, valuing the company at $44 billion. Eight weeks after Qualcomm officially walked away, NXP stock is at $92.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Apple, Fitbit, Cisco Systems, Qualcomm and Micron Technology
Qualcomm Inc. and Apple Inc., embroiled in a global fight over royalty fees, got mixed messages from a German court that’s hearing one of the many patent lawsuits between the technology giants. Qualcomm is seeking a ruling that Apple’s IPhone violates its patents, and should be banned from Europe’s biggest economy. On Tuesday, Presiding Judge Holger Kircher told the parties at a hearing in Mannheim that the issues in the case aren’t clear cut.
Qualcomm has been forced to defend its track record this year after upsetting some investors by rebuffing a $120 billion takeover bid from rival Broadcom Inc, failing to secure Chinese regulatory approval for its $44 billion acquisition of NXP Semiconductors NV, and failing to resolve a longstanding patent dispute with Apple Inc. Investors expressed dissatisfaction with the company last March when most of Qualcomm's board directors, including Chief Executive Steve Mollenkopf, were elected with voting support of less than 50 percent of the shares outstanding even though they were unopposed. Irene Rosenfeld, who stepped down last year as CEO of U.S. snack foods company Mondelez International Inc, and Martin Anstice, CEO of semiconductor equipment manufacturer Lam Research Corp, are in advanced talks to join Qualcomm's board, the sources told Reuters on Tuesday.