Here's why I'd pick one over the other.
Risk and volatility, or relative safety and stability?
AT&T's CEO is focused on paying down debt, but contrary to some fears, the company can do that while also paying its generous dividend.
The data center server market, 5G, and industrial and automotive applications could be a boon for this small chipmaker.
These represent a substantial leap forward for the product category.
The fundamental strategy should stay the same, but the company could be much different.
Broadcom provided useful insight into its business.
Which of these two tech giants deserves a place in your portfolio?
Apple's iPhone unit shipment woes could cause it to lose clout at a key supplier.
Here are two interesting ways to play the Internet of Things.
These products could drive unit shipment growth.
The company's focus on the IoT and automotive markets could pay off handsomely.
This hot chipmaker looks set to profit off of growth in the data center, automotive, and communications infrastructure markets.
The price would probably be too steep for such a deal.
Looking to invest in this wireless chip specialist? Here's where its growth is set to come from.
Things should get better from here for one of the chip giant's most important businesses.
This could really be a product problem.
Such a move could strengthen the company's position in PC gaming.
The chip specialist looks set to benefit from a number of big-picture trends.
The game publishing giant is right to double-down on core franchise development.