Short sellers load up on semiconductor stocks, but losses grow.
The U.S. International Trade Commission is looking into Qualcomm's allegations Apple infringed on six of its patents.
BlackBerry shares moved lower on Goldman's negative view, but traders should watch these support levels for a rebound.
Long the leading chipmaker, Intel has fallen prey to new rising stars such as NVIDIA.
Despite posting Q3 earnings and revenue above the consensus, investors take to the sidelines.
In a mature smartphone market, memory and radio frequency chipmakers are gaining big time.
The hiring is a sign that Google may be designing its own chips for its Pixel phones.
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.
The new device has been code named the Ice phone during its development.