Eric Jhonsa covers tech stocks for TheStreet. He previously handled Seeking Alpha's tech news coverage, and before that was a writer for The Motley Fool. His coverage areas within tech include mobile, Internet, enterprise, chip, and telecom equipment stocks, among others. He can be reached at

With the former Cisco CEO set to step down as chairman, the path is clear for his successor to make big acquisitions and other moves to overhaul Cisco's strategy and culture.
Bitcoin remains a bet on how others will view it in the future. And the recent surge in cryptocurrencies has seen the kind of speculative frenzy one saw during the bubble.
Amazon wants to fund the next Game of Thrones and is reportedly bidding for the James Bond franchise, and Netflix is getting serious about big-budget movies. Media incumbents should be worried.
The social media giant and local regulators still appear to be at odds. And the one big Facebook service that is allowed in China has Tencent's WeChat to deal with.
As consumers see their monthly streaming expenses steadily grow, it makes sense for content providers to launch service bundles providing some kind of discount.
Google and Microsoft's hardware partners had a lot to announce. So did many other companies.
Though much bigger than they were a few years ago, top cloud-only software vendors are still posting very strong sales growth.
For now, Apple's AR platform is better-positioned for takeoff than Google's. But things could look different down the line.
Partners such as Accenture and IBM give Apple the resources and expertise it needs to win big enterprise deals.
Facebook and Google's apps remain dominant as app download rates continue slowing. But Amazon's main app is gaining momentum.

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