Tech names AMD, Apple, Google, and Microsoft all saw their results significantly outperform guidance and expectations this week.
This summer has seen a wave of antitrust lawsuits and proposed bills targeting Big Tech—and there are no signs of slowing. Google is now the target of 36 states that are suing the company for its aggressive app store terms.
Microsoft delivered strong results in its fiscal Q4 with its best YoY growth in three years as Cloud and business app growth remains robust.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has charted a path to expand Intel’s leadership in both semiconductor design and fabrication, including the new RibbonFET transistor architecture, the PowerVia power delivery system, and a revamped node framework that sets the stage for a shift from Nanometer to Angstrom terminology. Our Futurum analysts break it down and explain why this, and the new Intel Foundry Services (IFS), are key to Intel achieving process performance parity by 2024 and leadership by 2025.
Honeywell saw a strong Q2 result highlighted by building, safety, and materials segments all outperforming as margin increased and EPS grew.
Intel delivered a strong Q2 as demand for semiconductors remains strong. The biggest growth came from the client business as notebooks surge.
Amazon announced a more than 50 updates for developers at its 2021 edition of Alexa Live shifting from hardware to software and experience.
Honeywell Quantum announced 3 Quantum Computing breakthroughs delivering over 1000 qubits, improved real-time correction and efficiency.
IBM posted its best quarter in three years, but its data required a deeper look in between the lines to see where double-digit growth lies.
New broke this weekend that Zoom is going horizontal, turning its attention to the contact center, acquiring Five9 for nearly $15 billion.