|Bid||59.570 x 1800|
|Ask||59.570 x 800|
|Day's Range||58.850 - 59.690|
|52 Week Range||48.560 - 69.280|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.48 (4.30%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
President Trump backed off a U.S. and China trade war but Beijing's Made In China plan for tech supremacy risks an economic cold war with devastating global costs
The artificial intelligence market, though still in its infancy, is expected to be the primary driver for many technology companies in the next decade. Shifts in how artificial intelligence (AI) is applied to computing and how consumers will interact with it are moving the emphasis from the server room to the devices in our pockets, a change that could benefit mobile-first players like Qualcomm (QCOM). This model is led by Nvidia (NVDA), a company that CEO Jensen Huang has deftly maneuvered into the pole position for large-scale machine learning.
Hedge fund Elliott Management disclosed in a regulatory filing Thursday that it reduced its overall stake in NXP Semiconductors (NXPI) to 4.95% as of May 22. Elliott had held a 7.1% stake as of Feb. 16. Elliott had pushed for a higher acquisition price for NXP from Qualcomm (QCOM), and in February, Qualcomm increased its bid.
QUALCOMM (QCOM) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Facebook (FB) recently added Qualcomm (QCOM) as a partner in its Terragraph Project, which involves delivering high-speed wireless Internet connectivity to dense urban areas. Qualcomm is introducing technology that’s expected to help lower the cost of high-speed Wi-Fi connectivity in dense cities and deliver dependable wireless connectivity in areas with significant obstacles.
NVIDIA (NVDA), which earns more than 80% of its revenue from GPUs (graphics processing units), is expanding the application of these GPUs in verticals beyond gaming. The company has also renewed its focus on a second product, its Tegra SoC (system-on-chip), which is a low-power processor for devices needing power efficiency.
Whether Qualcomm gets to buy the company or not, the stock should turn out to be a solid investment at today's risk-tainted prices.
Fei Deng, Edgeworth Economics partner, discusses Qualcomm Inc.'s bid to acquire NXP Semiconductors NV with Bloomberg's Ed Hammond on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
The U.S. administration is mulling a settlement of the trade embargo on ZTE as part of the ongoing trade talks between the two warring countries.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are changing everything in the electronics industry. Engineers are now evaluating how to design and train intelligence solutions in everything from sensors, to smartphones, to networks, to cloud data centers. Qualcomm appears to be hedging its bets with a distributed AI solution the company calls the Artificial Intelligence Engine (AIEngine).
Qualcomm (QCOM) releases Snapdragon 710 and assures superior features for mid-range smartphones. Phones displaying this mobile platform are expected to hit the market by the end of 2Q18.
Apple (AAPL) continues to lead the wearables device market ahead of Xiaomi, Fitbit, Garmin and Hauwei, per recently released Canalys data.
Among the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Thursday's session are Apple, General Motors, General Electric, 21st Century Fox, Qualcomm and Best Buy.
Today we’re going to take a look at the well-established QUALCOMM Incorporated (NASDAQ:QCOM). The company’s stock saw a decent share price growth in the teens level on the NasdaqGS overRead More...
Qualcomm Inc. plans to unveil a dedicated chip to power standalone virtual-reality and augmented-reality headsets as it seeks to break into new businesses beyond smartphones, according to people familiar with the matter. The chip, to be called Snapdragon XR1, will be a system-on-a-chip with a main processing unit, a graphics processor, security functions and components to handle artificial intelligence tasks. The chip will also tackle voice control and head-tracking interaction with headsets.
Latest News from the Tech Sector: Netflix, Apple, Amazon, AdobeChina finally approved the sale of Toshiba’s flash memory unit
Given the close economic ties between the U.S. and China, the prospect of an all-out trade war between the two nations has rattled the U.S. stock market for months. Now, tensions between the two governments may be easing, prompting the equities markets to breathe a collective sigh of relief. In services, U.S. exports to China were $56 billion and imports were $18 billion, per another Census table.
Qualcomm's (QCOM) 5G NR solution will support both millimeter wave and sub-6 GHz spectrum bands, ensuring strong mobile signal across the globe.
In an earlier part of the series, we saw that Qualcomm (QCOM) is facing competition in its dominant market of smartphones because of trade tensions between the US and China. It is also facing challenges in its efforts to diversify in the fast-growing markets of IoT (Internet of Things) and automotive through the acquisition of NXP Semiconductors (NXPI). Amid these challenges, Qualcomm has been making efforts to enter new markets—such as PC, server, and wearables—organically.
Samsung’s (SSNLF) semiconductor business earns a major portion of its revenue from memory chips. In 2017, Samsung earned more than 65% of its profit from the semiconductor business. The growth in semiconductors has caught Samsung’s attention, and it’s expanding its chip business beyond memory to logic chips such as mobile processors, image sensors, and automotive chips, Samsung’s System LSI head Inyup Kang told Reuters.
In mid-April 2018, the United States imposed a seven-year ban on sales to Chinese (FXI) telecommunications equipment and systems manufacturer ZTE. The ban came because ZTE violated US sanctions by illegally shipping telecommunications equipment to North Korea and Iran. The ban almost put ZTE out of business, as it earns a major portion of its revenue from the US.
In the summer of 2017, she levied a massive fine of $2.7 billion against Google for depriving particular competitor services from a reasonable chance to compete with them. Vestager is a Danish politician who served for more than a decade as a member of Parliament and as a member of the Danish Social Liberal Party. At the same time, one of her first major moves was to bring antitrust charges against Google, following on work initiated by her predecessor.
May.24 -- Fei Deng, Edgeworth Economics partner, discusses Qualcomm Inc.'s bid to acquire NXP Semiconductors NV with Bloomberg's Ed Hammond on "Bloomberg Markets."