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Qualcomm executives are optimistic they’re headed for victories in patent disputes with Apple and jazzed about 5G.
Apple’s declining revenue from iPhone sales fueled concerns about the company’s smartphone business.
Verizon is trumpeting its 5G firsts, but it’s not showing its cards much when it comes to the mobile 5G service.
Intel does not have a new CEO, but 2018 was a “truly remarkable year for a remarkable company,” according to its acting CEO, CFO Bob Swan.
We’ve heard many rumors about potential successors to former Intel CEO Brian Krzanich. But the speculation may be wrapping up soon.
Apple issued a letter to investors warning them that revenue during the important, end-of-year holiday quarter will fall by 6% to 10%.
In a competitive market where the underlying demand drivers continue to grow, the 5G business model is fairly simple.
Both Verizon and Sprint this week introduced noteworthy promotions aimed at spicing up their respective offerings.
The good times appear set to continue for the nation’s tower companies, at least according to some Wall Street analysts.
According to a new Wall Street research report, the nation's carriers will grow their service revenues next year.