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Tesla's new supercar is insane.
millennials are helping drive a pickup in homeownership rates. Will housing-related stocks benefit?
Jeff Bezos' company reportedly retreats from a market opportunity for an uncharacteristic reason.
Pokemon GO is heading into its second winter and it remains a tough game to play indoors in any capacity.
Read all the ways Apple can cut costs to deliver a lower-cost version of the iPhone X for the masses.
The next product in Chipzilla's cellular modem family is destined for 2019 iPhones.
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Bernstein’s Stacy Rasgon today offers up a think piece about Broadcom’s (AVGO) intentions with respect to its offer to buy Qualcomm (QCOM), an offer Qualcomm rejected on Monday but Broadcom then immediately insisted it still wants to pursue. Rasgon had speculated earlier this week that Broadcom might lower the licensing and royalty charges it commands, in order to smooth things over with customers such as Apple (AAPL), which has blocked payment of royalties Qualcomm said it is owed, and which has cooperated with regulatory authorities investigating Qualcomm’s business practices.
This week’s Apple Loop includes the iPhone 8 Plus replacement, Apple’s AR ambitions for FaceID, iPhone X lead time shortens, major iOS problems, falling iPhone 8 sales, why the best laptop in the world is a MacBook, the launch of GymKit, and what you learn by downloading every ‘App of the Day’ app.
This week’s Android Circuit includes the Samsung Galaxy S9 release date, the Galaxy S9’s boring design, why the Pixel 2 beats the iPhone X, the launch of the OnePlus 5T, a review of the Razer Phone, Nokia’s promising update schedule, a closer look at the Mate 10 Pro, and thoughts on the Pixel Buds.
One of our favorite Apple (AAPL) watchers, Gene Munster, this afternoon weighs in with his view on the meaning of the delay in Apple’s “HomePod” smart speaker, the gist of it being that Siri, Apple’s intelligent assistant software, will be more deeply intertwined with the product. Munster, who used to cover Apple stock for Piper Jaffray, and now helps run venture capital fund Loup Ventures, writes on his firm’s blog that the delay of HomePod from December to some time early next year, announced today, means "Siri integration – and, more broadly, digital assistant hardware – is more challenging than our phones may lead us to believe." He predicts that when it arrives, HomePod will “have deeper Siri integration than Apple initially presented." If true, it suggests Munster was prescient.
Nov.17 -- Apple Inc. said its next major new hardware product, the HomePod speaker, is being delayed until early next year, missing the key holiday shopping season. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reports on "Bloomberg Technology."
Apple Inc.’s delay of its HomePod is a gamble that its most ardent consumers will wait to buy the anticipated device after the holidays, while it risks losing some incremental sales.
Qualcomm (QCOM) rejected Broadcom’s (AVGO) takeover bid, in part, because there's uncertainty surrounding the deal getting regulatory approval.
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