Significant tariffs will go into effect at 12:01 AM Friday morning, and the markets have been jittery about the issue all week. So what happens next?
Semiconductor sales slumped hard in Q1 2019. The decline from Q4 2018-Q1 2019 is the fourth-largest in 35 years, which doesn’t say great things about the rest of the year.
The latest data from Mindfactory.de shows AMD accounting for far more CPU shipments than Intel, but with a smaller overall revenue share.
Data from the Steam Hardware Survey suggests Turing uptake is indeed lagging Pascal.
Nvidia stock was hammered today after the company acknowledged a sharp drop in its expected Q4 results. Turing sales and macroeconomic weakness were cited as key reasons for the revenue decline.
Tesla’s stock was hammered on Wednesday after the company cut prices and slightly missed Wall Street sales targets.
Apple has leaped up the sales charts in the US, taking six points of market share in the past year.
Apple’s newest Mac refresh doesn’t appear to have helped the company very much, but stagnant growth is preferable to the decline hitting the rest of the PC market.
The time has come for gamers the world over to joke about burying their wallets in the backyard, but they’ll never do it.
The PC market continued to decline in 2015, with sales down roughly 9%. Analysts are hoping the tide will turn in 2016.