Is Qualcomm set to boost its content in Samsung's next flagship?
News & Headlines
These two companies lost business in Apple's biggest iPhone.
Dismal stock returns, M&A distractions, global probes and lawsuits, and pointless buybacks define...
Another potential cellular win for the chip giant.
The chipmaker tries to block iPhone sales in the U.S. with another eleventh-hour trial.
Let's learn about Qualcomm CDMA Technologies.
These three business leaders will help you swear off unstable penny stock investments.
Should you buy the smaller diversified chipmaker or the mobile chipmaking giant?
The embedded chip maker just experienced the worst of times. The best of times are coming up stra...
The tech specialist's next premium mobile processor is being sampled to customers.
Rosenblatt sees 5G as key to the company's success.
But the victory obfuscates the chipmaker’s deeper problems.
The chipmaker is finally upgrading its high-end smartwatch chip, but that probably won’t solve an...
As a result of the failed purchase, Qualcomm's going to buy back a ton of stock.
The chip manufacturing giant cut its third-quarter sales guidance by 3% but expects to make up fo...
Together with a solid earnings report, the end of the two-year attempt to buy NXP Semiconductors ...
A competitor eats into Qualcomm's Apple business.
The chipmaker will pay a $2 billion breakup fee and repurchase $30 billion in shares.
Spoiler alert: This might just be the perfect time to start a position in NXP shares.
QCOM earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2018.
Cisco, IBM, Qualcomm, and Seagate all pay generous dividends.
Wrestling Chinese regulators and fending off a hostile takeover, the chip giant has left investor...
A $19 billion buyout in the enterprise software sector should provide an easier target than the g...
One of these tech leaders is doing a better job of capturing new opportunities.
Qualcomm's the leader, but its fiercest rival is trying to stage a comeback.
Will OEMs and consumers ever warm up to ARM-powered Windows PCs?
The chipmaker is staying ahead of the tech curve with impressive new chipsets.
Goodbye, Samsung. Hello, TSMC?
But the chipmaker’s faith in ARM-based server chips might be misplaced.
Making a slightly better version of a non-viable product won't engender miracles.
But it is dialing back what it hopes to accomplish.
In a smartphone world, both of these tech companies should be great buys, right?
Qualcomm, STMicroelectronics, and Cypress Semi soared on strong iPhone X sales and signs of solid...
China might be changing its tune, but NXP’s investors still don’t love Qualcomm.
Qualcomm's trying to get in on the ground floor of the next big thing.
Whether Qualcomm gets to buy the company or not, the stock should turn out to be a solid investme...
This Fool is a fan of Qualcomm's decision to scoop up a large portion of its own shares.
At least this rumor involves quotes from an actual government official, but that final approval f...
Will MOFCOM finally approve Qualcomm’s planned takeover of NXP?
Insiders say that Chinese regulators are accelerating their review of Qualcomm's buyout offer.
Which large-cap chip company is a better investment today?
This ambitious plan could dramatically increase the stock price. But can it succeed?
The Dutch chipmaker has become a pawn in political games between D.C. and Beijing.
The mobile chip giant's plan to storm the data center came up short.
The Dutch microchip maker reported fairly decent first-quarter results, but management didn't hav...
Is the chipmaker’s 5% yield a bullish catalyst or a red flag?
Qualcomm isn't entirely shut out of Apple's upcoming smartphones.
Qualcomm's new chips apparently allowed it to snatch orders away from this key rival.
Here's what this means for investors.
The chipmaker gets caught in the crossfire again.
It's a long shot.
If you think tech and income are like oil and water, you should consider Verizon, Qualcomm, and IBM.
Qualcomm’s takeover of the world’s top automotive chipmaker is becoming a slow-motion car wreck.
The company's mistakes have cost substantial stockholder value.
The wireless chip giant knows its core markets well.
This company has so much drama, it's hard to keep up.
The chip giant is tangled up in more than one game of high-level international politics.
These three suppliers could be cut out of future Apple products.
The industry’s first fatality could affect NVIDIA, Intel, and Qualcomm.
Investor support for this $44 billion buyout agreement is waning again, and Chinese regulators mi...
The chipmaker could become a pawn in the trade games between Washington and Beijing.
Will Intel strike before Qualcomm regains its balance?
The only thing propping up the chipmaker was the buyout buzz.
Where does the executive order leave the two chip makers?
Shareholders of Colgate-Palmolive, Wynn Resorts, and Qualcomm are about to get slightly richer.
Netflix soared. And then it soared some more. Meanwhile, merger and acquisition discussions betwe...
Broadcom's stilted effort to buy Qualcomm, however, is still falling apart.
It has to do with China potentially outpacing the U.S. in 5G technology.
Which chipmaker is the better long-term investment?
The chipmaker plans to stay ahead of the tech curve in this fledgling market.
Find out why these stocks led the market higher.
You already know these companies -- and you can buy them for a song right now.
Pressure from Broadcom forces Qualcomm to raise its bid for NXP -- but will this eleventh-hour ef...
NXP might look like a tempting play right now, in the midst of two brewing buyouts. Here's why th...
At $127.50 per share, the new deal is worth a cool $44 billion -- and it should close quickly.
If Apple passes on the Snapdragon X20, why would it use the Snapdragon X24?
Qualcomm still hopes to complete the deal shortly, with just one more regulatory approval left un...
These three suppliers could have their roles diminished in upcoming iPhones.
Qualcomm gets the boot.
Both tech companies offer investors growth, particularly due to their forays into new, burgeoning...
Which Apple supplier is a better long-term investment?
Apple and Samsung are smart plays on the smartphone market, but Qualcomm isn’t.
The biggest tech takeover attempt in history just got bigger.
Qualcomm messed with the wrong customer.
QCOM earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2017.
One of Qualcomm’s EU headaches fades as another intensifies.
The chipmaker thinks it can deliver 57% sales growth and double its earnings in 2019.
There's probably more where that came from.
The $38 billion merger just took a huge step toward the goal line, but there's one more big hurdl...
Both tech stalwarts have their strengths, but one has superior growth prospects.
Uncertainty is concerning for many investors, but some high-yield stocks warrant consideration de...
Will the Taiwanese underdog outperform the world’s top mobile chipmaker again?
A new report suggests that Android smartphone vendors aren't too keen on copying the signature fe...
The company faces competitors in the premium portion of the smartphone chip market that it simply...
Investors aren't exactly rushing to complete this $38 billion buyout, but Qualcomm still hopes to...
Forays into new markets and payouts with yields well above their peers make these tech giants str...
These returns really should have stopped at 12%. Here's why they didn't.
Both chip leaders have performed admirably of late, but one gets has a slight edge as the better ...
Clashes with regulators and OEMs weighed down the chipmaker’s stock last year.
Shifting market shares, hardware and software battles, and an expansion into new categories will ...