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Recent earnings reports from several major software firms suggest business trends remain pretty good for the group.
Analyst estimates for Nvidia's next two fiscal years are baking in a lot of caution related to the company's gaming GPU business, and appear beatable.
Among other things, the software giant's performance in recent years drives home the importance of good leadership and the long-term value of "legacy" platforms.
Amazon Web Services has used this week's re:Invent conference to unveil dozens of new offerings. It has also taken shots at rivals along the way.
Billings growth, international growth and the performance of Salesforce's product segments are among the things to watch as the world's biggest CRM software firm reports.
Though there's a pocket or two of softness, cloud capex growth remains pretty strong overall.
The most valuable U.S. sports rights are generally locked up for at least a few years. Successfully bidding for Fox's regional sports networks would give Amazon a way around this issue.
Gaming GPU trends, cloud demand and spending growth are among the things to watch as Nvidia reports.
Gaming commentary, mobile payments growth and spending trends are among the things to watch as the Chinese tech giant reports.
While foldable phones could eventually take off, Samsung's recent reveal didn't do much to address questions about issues such as thickness, weight and battery life.