QUALCOMM Brings DLNA to iOS and 4 Chip and Big Data Stocks on the Move
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC): Current Price: $21.80
Computers that run Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT)’s Windows software and Intel Corp.’s processors are expected to keep losing market share to tablets and smartphones during the year, according to researcher Canalys. Wintel machines are to bring in 65 percent of the computer market during the year, which has slipped from 72 percent during 2012, Canalys claimed. During last year’s Q4, combined shipments of desktops, netbooks, and notebooks saw a decrease of almost 10 percent from the same period during 2011.
Broadcom Corp. (NASDAQ:BRCM): Current Price: $34.76
Broadcom Corporation used today to announce a highly integrated gigabit passive optical network (GPON) Home Gateway Unit (HGU) as a means to fuel a rapid transition to fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) and higher bandwidth services in China.
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QUALCOMM Incorporated (NASDAQ:QCOM): Current Price: $64.70
Android users have been in the process of using Skifta, which is the mobile media streaming platform, to transfer media to and from their phones and tablets wirelessly. Today, Apple users are able to use the action, since Qualcomm Atheros quietly released a version that bringing the power of DLNA to iOS. Now, this indicates that iPhones, iPod Touches, and iPads running iOS 5 or later has the new ability to stream content directly to and from a host of devices, including stereos, TVs, and the PS3.
ARM Holdings plc (NASDAQ:ARMH): Current Price: $42.01
The company shed new light on the acquisition of MIPS Technologies, Inc.(NASDAQ:MIPS) by Imagination Technologies. ARM announced that Broadcom signed an architectural license which provides it with access to a range of its IP.
VMware, Inc. (NYSE:VMW): Current Price: $95.94
Research In Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM), VMware (NYSE:VMW), and Red Bend Software have begun to search for an edge in the growing market for tools allowing employees use their own gadgets while at work. Nearly 28 percent of workers use their personal electronics for work, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. The market for this software and related products reached a projected $67.2 billion during 2011.