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Last week Apple shared that it sees its iPhone shipment up double digits year over year, but down sequentially. Almost at the same time Skyworks reported March quarter revenue that rose 53% year over year and guided its current quarter in the range ...
Earlier I mentioned some positive 5G news reported by Nokia , and I wanted to clear something up. 5G is just the next iteration in mobile technology, both for the networks and devices, and while it will drive demand for infrastructure and networking...
Iran tension is not the market-turning catalyst one might have expected.
It seems that Walmart is not only looking to challenge Amazon in digital commerce, but it is also looking to leverage what I call Disruptive Technologies as well. In particular, I'm referring to blockchain, which to me is far more interesting than B...
A look at how we select companies in which to invest -- and how you should think about your portfolio.
While Nokia may be able to favorably settle its new infringement suits against Apple, Apple's antitrust suit against Nokia could have more far-reaching implications.
Longtime readers here know of my "buy the bullets not the guns" view, particularly when it comes to the smartphone industry. As we saw this morning from Blackberry (BBRY) and Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM), it's about to get a whole lot rougher as growt...
Its 49% plunge after new FTC allegations could offer opportunity for patient investors.
The company recently bested quarterly expectations and could be up for a new government contract.
Two painful macro trends are hitting these companies, and I can only see the stituation getting worse.
Shares of InterDigital have bounced back strongly over the past month because the market is finally concentrating on the company's fundamentals as opposed to its patent litigation, says the company's CEO William Merritt.
It will soon be flush with cash, but the company is far from out of the woods.
BlackBerry's big shortfall hits InterDigital's IP license sales.
I'm particularly concerned about how ripple effects will impact RF-semiconductor firms.
It calls into question the licensing business models of many companies.
Bill Merritt, CEO of InterDigital, says the Apple/Samsung case will benefit his company as patent innovation is protected.
A lack of near-term catalysts -- as well as bad news from licensee HTC -- should keep investors away.
These names all look very appealing at current prices. It may be time to pony up.
Nokia's new focus on IP licensing should be lucrative, but it won't cure what ails this business model.
The race is on to build a patent war chest against competitors across the tech and telecom sectors.
Verizon Wireless is betting heavily on this high-speed standard -- here's how you can take advantage of this trend.
The market is disappointed, but this could present a buying opportunity for patient investors.
Apple's disclosure of its suppliers offers a trading opportunity in many companies on the list -- and some that aren't.
As players vie for market share, InterDigital's IP and 4G abilities put it in an enviable position.
A Justice Department probe into Google's Motorola deal could be bringing attention to IDCC.