Apple needs to reimburse Samsung for unsold iPhone screens.
Both tech giants face slower growth, but one could recover faster than the other.
The PC giant may try to sidestep the trade war by relocating its supply chain.
The next few years will be critical for Snapchat’s survival.
But do gamers really care about these pricey next-generation cards?
It’s too early for Apple to follow Samsung and Huawei into an untested market of foldable screens.
Brick-and-mortar stores aren't dead -- they're just evolving.
This “retail apocalypse” survivor stands out in a tough sector.
The rise of Chinese tourists traveling outside of a group represents a lucrative growth opportunity for the country’s top messaging platform.
The Chinese e-commerce newcomer has more shoppers than JD, but it’s making a lot less money.
NVIDIA tries to counter AMD’s high-end Radeon cards, but the two chipmakers are clashing over a shrinking niche market.
Mini programs and celebrities are locking in shoppers and advertisers.
A saturated smartphone market, competition from other chipmakers, and legal challenges for its licensing unit could define Qualcomm’s next decade.
Will the ketchup and macaroni maker be left behind by shifting consumer tastes?
Are American singles losing interest in dating apps like Tinder?
Trump’s trade blacklist wipes out the chipmaker’s carefully crafted joint ventures in China.
PayPal and its peer-to-peer payments app Venmo still dominate the older Gen Z market.
Is it finally time to get greedy with these two hated stocks?
Calibra won’t arrive in India anytime soon.
The tech giant’s multiclass voting structure makes it nearly impossible to challenge its plans for the People’s Republic.