Technology

The number of user records exposed in 2020 data breaches more than doubled to some 37 billion. There were fewer breaches, but those that happened garnered far more data.
Wednesday's top Apple-related stories include a look at its new podcast-focused service and discussion of a smartphone rival exiting the business.
Apple's share price has only dropped in 13 years since the company went public in 1981.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of what to expect from Intel's and IBM’s earnings reports on Thursday.
These four top semiconductor capital equipment companies are executing well and still look to have very solid upside to the BofA Securities price targets. The analysts feel that investors will look...
Apple gets a lot of news coverage every day. Tuesday's top stories looked at a carmaker ready to take on the rumored Apple car, the decision to delete Parler from the App Store, and more.
Lumentum, the supplier of 3D sensors to Apple and other smartphone makers, has agreed to acquire photonics maker Coherent in a deal valued at $5.7 billion, a premium of 49% to Coherent's closing...
Apple leads four companies with $1 trillion valuations. Its large advantage over the others is due largely by two things.
While many analysts are suggesting broad sector rotation, a new research report from the Jefferies internet team suggests staying with mega-cap leaders for 2021. Some may have storm clouds forming,...
Apple stock has surged so much that the company's market capitalization is double that of Alphabet.
Semiconductor manufacturing giant TSMC reported better-than-expected quarterly and annual results Thursday morning. But the real winners could be the companies that provide services to TSMC.
Acacia and Cisco are back on again, after many thought the merger deal was sunk. And Acacia is getting even more out of the deal.
Despite a sluggish growth rate over the past three years, BofA Securities is very positive on semiconductors for 2021. They feel the path is well paved for these five large-cap market leaders.
Semiconductor short sellers appeared to favor Advanced Micro Devices and Nvidia in the most recent reporting period.
To identify the 50 most innovative companies, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the 1,000 companies that received the most utility patent grants from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in 2020.