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Two painful macro trends are hitting these companies, and I can only see the stituation getting worse.
Before too long, I suspect the remaining stand-alone competitors will face an even tougher road ahead.
Keep an on eye pain points and evolving demand to find companies well positioned for long-term investing.
I continue to favor the companies in this sector that are increasing their dollar content per device.
Reports this week could give a better picture of how tech is holding up, particularly in this area.
BlackBerry's big shortfall hits InterDigital's IP license sales.
A plethora of data are on tap, as well as more Washington verbiage
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.