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Nvidia forecasts demand rebound, Wall Street not so sure

15 Feb 2019

Nvidia Corp's forecast of a demand rebound by the end of the year calmed investor nerves and pushed its shares up 5 percent on Friday, but several Wall Street analysts said the outlook was "aggressive" given weak demand and the ongoing U.S.-China trade war.

Nvidia full-year sales outlook tops analyst views; shares rise

15 Feb 2019

Chip maker Nvidia Corp on Thursday forecast sales for its current fiscal year that topped Wall Street expectations, sending its shares up 8 percent in late trading.

GoPro tops revenue estimates, posts first profit in five quarters

06 Feb 2019

GoPro Inc reported its first profit in five quarters on Wednesday and topped Wall Street estimates for revenue, as it cut costs and saw strong demand for the latest action cameras from its flagship HERO line.

Lumentum expects Android devices with Apple-like 3D sensing tech in 2019

05 Feb 2019

Lumentum Holdings Inc said on Tuesday it expects Android smartphone makers to launch devices with facial recognition technology this year even as the Apple Inc supplier forecast slightly lower-than-expected revenue for its current quarter.

Apple fixes FaceTime privacy bug, will issue update next week

01 Feb 2019

Apple Inc said on Friday it has fixed a privacy flaw in its group video chat software and that it plans to improve how it handles reports of software bugs after a teenager and his mother tried for days to warn the iPhone maker of the bug.

Tesla CFO leaves as automaker promises profits and cheaper cars

31 Jan 2019

Tesla Inc's chief financial officer will leave the company as the automaker on Wednesday promised cheaper Model 3 sedans, the launch of Chinese production this year and profits in every quarter in 2019. | Video

Apple services business grows; CEO Cook says China tensions ease

30 Jan 2019

Apple Inc reported sharp growth in its services business on Tuesday and Chief Executive Tim Cook said trade tensions between the United States and China were easing, helping boost the company's shares after hours even though iPhone sales dipped in the holiday shopping quarter for the first time. | Video

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