*Q2 profit $7.2 bln, in line with earlier guidance. SEOUL, July 28- South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Thursday it expects solid earnings to continue in the second half of 2016, with stronger components demand likely offsetting heightened margin pressures for smartphones. April-June profit rose 18 percent from a year earlier to 8.1... » Read More
Brad Gastwirth, Chief Executive Officer at ABR Investment Strategy, says greater connectivity will see the beginning of the transition towards a "smarter everything."
Mehdi Hosseini, Senior VP of Semiconductors at Susquehanna Financial Group, attributes Micron Technology's disappointing second quarter outlook to recent weakness in the demand for consumer PCs.
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Rob Enderle, President and Principal Analyst at Enderle Group, says the "internet of things" appears to be the central theme at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show at Las Vegas.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on how Twitter wants to court advertisers at the Consumer Electronics Show for its big push into video content.
Samsung Electronics launched a lineup of high-tech premium TVs, calling on its original mainstay devices to help avert a second year of profit decline.
South Korea's top tech-heavyweights, LG Electronics and Samsung, are going after PC gamers' hearts with new super-wide curved monitors.
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Consumers slacked off on the final holiday shopping days, suggesting traditional retailers will just meet sales forecasts amid deep discounts.
Samsung and Sony agreed to provide the latter's PlayStation Now system on some Samsung Smart TVs in 2015.
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More photos are being taken than ever before, but not with traditional cameras.
Ralph Baer never meant to start a multibillion-dollar industry. He was just trying to get an idea out of his head and into the real world.
Bruce Rockowitz, CEO of Global Brands, and football star David Beckham discuss their new project to build brands with high profile sports and entertainment icons.
As estimated 95 million Americans will shop on Black Friday, and they want consumer electronics in their carts.
Tim Bajarin, President at Creative Strategies, says the tech giant is is facing very strong competition in servers.
Rob Enderle, President and Principal Analyst at Enderle Group, discussses Sony's progress in its restructuring plan and explains why the firm's content business could be its weakest link.
Bradley Gastwirth, CEO at ABR Investment Strategy, says Sony needs to resuscitate itself and should focus on the PlayStation to do so.