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Harold Goddijn, CEO of TomTom, discusses the company's earnings and the transition from hardware to software and services in driving revenue.
Softbank bought 95 percent of the smartphone market's architecture for just $32 billion, says BGC Securities Singapore's Amir Anvarzadeh.
The "Fast Money" traders debated which semiconductor stocks might be poised for a breakout ahead of Qualcomm's Wednesday earnings report.
So just what will SoftBank do with ARM? It's likely to be business as usual, for now. Recode reports.
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Apple shares rose more than 1 percent, surpassing the $100 level for the first time since June.
Japan's Softbank has agreed to acquire U.K. semiconductor firm ARM Holdings in a deal worth over $32 billion, the companies announced on Monday.
Sennheiser Group co-CEO Andreas Sennheiser tells Managing Asia how the 71-year old audio equipment company has stayed relevant.
Andreas Sennheiser's passion for music drives his commitment to a 71-year-old legacy, while pursuing audio innovation.
Nintendo is bringing back the NES — only a little smaller, Verge reports.
TSMC is expected to report strong Q2 earnings and provide even more upbeat Q3 guidance, with a new iPhone coming up, says Daiwa Capital Markets's Rick Hsu.
The lab is the very reason Facebook is still a viable home screen staple. The Verge reports.
The photos suggest that the new model may also come with a Smart Connector and possibly new camera hardware.
Spire, a stone-shaped tracker, joins a growing number of wearables and apps that help you manage your stress, BuzzFeed reports.
Samsung's smartphone division, which is less profitable than Apple, has further room for profit improvement, says Kiwoom Securities' Daniel Yoo.
Better-than-expected Galaxy S7 sales and the semiconductor division are likely to give Samsung's Q2 earnings a boost, says SFG's Mehdi Hosseini
*Q2 operating profit likely $7 bln, highest since Q1 2014. SEOUL, July 7- Tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Thursday its second-quarter operating profit likely rose 17.4 percent from a year earlier, its highest in more than 2 years as Galaxy S7 smartphone sales propelled mobile earnings. The world's top maker of smartphones and memory chips said its...
There are positive indicators in Samsung's low-end and premium smartphone segments' operating margins, says Macquarie Equities Research's Daniel Kim.
Samsung Electronics said its second-quarter operating profit likely rose 17.4 percent from a year earlier, its highest in more than two years.
Rumors have surfaced that Google might expand its hardware line with a new Android Wear smartwatch. The Verge reports.
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