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

The memory giant's outlook didn't blow away expectations the way it did in March. But it also didn't produce any big red flags.
The cable giants could give struggling Sprint a lifeline. But a deal won't come cheap.
Tesla wants to control a user's autonomous driving experience from start to finish. Google and Apple seem more willing to partner.
The video giant's latest viewing stats show that it remains in a league of its own.
The company has little need to buy a bricks-and-mortar apparel seller when its online apparel sales are performing so well.
The company's latest earnings and guidance show that its core media software franchises are as strong as ever.
The latest research shows that Amazon, Microsoft and Google remain ahead of the pack in cloud infrastructure. But Alibaba, IBM and others are finding ways to stand out.
Brussels is reportedly set to levy a steep fine on Google over its shopping ads. That might not bode well for disputes over Android and ads shown on other sites.
Memory pricing has held up well during the weakest part of the year. The iPhone 8 and new Intel server chips could provide an extra boost during seasonally stronger months.
The e-commerce giant's sales appear to skew heavily towards higher-income consumers. It's taking steps to address the issue, and slow down its biggest rival along the way.


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