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The three participated in a venture round for the hot new Canadian AI startup, which raised $102M.
QQQ remained above its 50-day moving average for a 129th consecutive day, the second longest streak in its history.
Apple shares moved lower amid reports that the new iPhone may not feature a 1-gigabyte modem.
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New research indicates that self-driving vehicles will become a mainstream reality within twenty years — and massively boost the economy.
The chip sector added to its market leading gains after a strong Analog Devices report, ahead of Thursday's eagerly-awaited Broadcom results.
Asus, HP and Lenovo are all making new computers that will run on a version of Windows 10 that supports a Qualcomm chip rather than an Intel one.
Apple’s hiring of Esin Terzioglu adds to speculation that the company is keen to start making its own cellular modems.