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As the world becomes more connected, Chris Versace, Real Money Pro Contributor, says the component makers are the winning trade.
Market players are bound to key in on geopolitical events this week.
As TV viewing habits continue to change, Entropic is an attractive long-term investment.
These six stocks look set to reverse as they approach their key respective moving-average lines.
The first Motorola-Google smartphone enters a crowded field with a marketing push.
Some believe it'll jump-start PC sales, but more likely it will constitute a mere seasonal bump.
I'm particularly concerned about how ripple effects will impact RF-semiconductor firms.
The 'connected car' creates opportunities for tech firms that are in the right place.
Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link, Co-Portfolio Managers of AAP, discuss how they are trading the current bull market.
The stock has formed a sturdy base and is rising on an excellent earnings report.
If it can get through the earnings thicket, the move could have huge legs.
Separate rumor from fact when it comes to the future of wearable computing.
These days, tech names simply can't be connected with Apple in any way, shape or form.
As the space expands beyond the phone, I'm focused on key enabling techs ahead of this week's MWC.
The market sold the good news and apparently expected more on the mobile side.
Here is our take on a pair of model portfolio holdings that are trading lower today.
The chipmaker is poised to benefit from the billions carriers will spend upgrading their wireless networks.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, continues to prefer Broadcom over Qualcomm as a play on the Apple ecosystem.
Portfolio manager David Peltier uncovers a low-dollar stock that's leveraged to continued secular growth in smartphones.
I'll continue to stick with my buy-the-bullets-not-the-guns strategy.