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Can wearables replace smartphones as a growth driver?
The South Korean-based electronics behemoth is facing a tough year, but a new innovation could jump-start its fortunes.
A job listing on Chipzilla's website points to a later-than-expected ramp of its next generation chip manufacturing technology.
The iDevice maker's revenues contracted in its home market, with a third-party report suggesting it is losing share here.
The iEverything maker’s stock is already under pressure, and things may get worse before they get better.
Chipzilla probably isn't a full generation ahead of the foundries in terms of transistor performance.
This critical Apple supplier presented some interesting information about its current and future display development efforts.
Here's what some of the biggest tech and fitness companies are doing with wearable tech.
With speculation already mounting over the iPhone 7, Apple's South Korean smartphone rival just announced the debut of its own flagship smartphone later this month.