SEOUL, South Korea— LG Display Co., a supplier of Apple's iPhone screens, said Wednesday that it will invest 1.99 trillion won to produce flexible displays for smartphones, in a sign that more high-end smartphone makers may adopt flexible screens in the near future. The South Korean company said mass production of flexible displays will start in late 2018, at a... » Read More
Ian Dogan, research director & co-founder of Insider Monkey, says Apple's iPhone sales may not be sustainable in the long run and that could be detrimental given that Apple has been a "single product company."
Jason Moser, senior analyst at The Motley Fool, says investors are unsure whether GoPro is able to monetize beyond its devices.
Daniel Ives, managing director and senior analyst at FBR Capital Markets and John Petrides, MD & portfolio manager at Point View Wealth Management, discuss the drop in Apple shares following its quarterly earnings.
Patrick Moorhead, president & principal analyst at Moor Insights & Strategy, is optimistic about the new Apple Watch, Apple Music and the tech giant's growth potential in emerging regions.
Chief executive and vice-chairman resign in the wake of an independent report on the company's accounting scandal. But the stock has surged.
Keith McLoughlin, CEO of Electrolux, says demand in most markets is "solid," yet East Europe and Latin America show weakness.
Brian Blair, managing director at Rosenblatt Securities, says Apple is one of the highest-quality names in the U.S. technology space, adding that he has a price target of $140 for the stock.
Samsung indicates weaker-than-expected Q2 earnings.
Brad Gastwirth, CEO of ABR Investment Strategy, outlines his concerns about Samsung's smartphone business.
Bob O'Donnell, founder & chief analyst at Technalysis Research, attributes the weaker-than-expected sales to factors such as a slowdown in the smartphone market.
Samsung Electronics expects its operating profit at 6.9 trillion won during the second quarter, below Reuters' forecasts of 7.2 trillion won.
GoPro announces its first new camera in nine years. It's waterproof -- and the size of an ice cube.
DigiTimes says production has started for the next generation iPhone.
The internet and connected devices are fast becoming substitutes for remembering things, according to Kapersky Labs.
9to5Mac has photos of what it says is the next iPhone. It looks substantially similar on the outside, but has some significant changes on the inside.
Rob Enderle, president and principal analyst at Enderle Group, says the Apple Watch needs to undo the perception that watches are for the older generation.
Charlie Anderson, Dougherty & Company senior research analyst, is neutral on Ambarella, the chip maker known for its use in GoPro camera. Anderson has a buy on GoPro.
Rumor already has it that the new Apple Watch will have a FaceTime camera and more, but the same battery life as the first version.
360fly CEO Peter Adderton, says he wants his company to be the innovators in the camera space, and discusses competition with GoPro.
Vanessa Friedman, The New York Times, explains why she is "breaking up" with the Apple Watch, saying one reason is the Apple Watch did "not feel personal" to her.