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Can Samsung stay competitive in the smartphone space? Cyrus Mewawalla, managing director at CM Research weighs in.
With Chairman Lee Kun Hee still hospitalized, a major revamp of Samsung's senior management won't be announced soon, says Nam Hyung Kim, Director at Arete Research Asia.
While Samsung shares are cheap, Apple has better fundamentals on the back of robust sales of the iPhone 6, says Scott Nations, Chief Investment Officer & President at NationsShares.
Samsung will need to make a bigger splash with its new Galaxy phone due in March and prove their competitiveness in the high-end market, says Edward Snyder, Co-Founder & Managing Director of Charter Equity Research.
Samsung said operating profit likely fell 37.4 percent in the October-December period to 5.2 trillion won ($4.74 billion), beating expectations.
Now that Spotify has over 50 million users, the music service is telling listeners which artist will be the next big thing.
Home automation and wearables are at an inflection point based on what we're seeing at CES.
August Smart Lock expands device line-up, introduces new partnerships.
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has no shortage of gadgets even for the most tech-obsessed visitor. Here's what caught our eye.
Motorola is returning to Chinese smartphone market to take on Xiaomi and Huawei, as the venerable mobile maker's recovery gains momentum. The Financial Times reports.
Sony's chief executive says employees at its movie studio were victims of "one of the most vicious and malicious cyberattacks that we have known." The FT reports.
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.
Asian stocks were mixed amid choppy trade on the first trading day of the week, as a raft of sluggish manufacturing surveys released across Europe and Asia over the past week curbed risk appetites.
China's Xiaomi rung in the New Year with a triple-digit percent revenue increase, but investors shouldn't pop champagne corks yet, analysts say.
The focus at the International Consumer Electronics Show this year will be on improving ideas already in the marketplace.
Forget smartwatches and the Google Glass -- 2015 may be the year of the ear for wearable technology.
Asian markets mostly advanced on a data-light Monday, but Japan's benchmark index erased earlier gains and turned negative on news of a possible Ebola case in Tokyo.
Prosecutors raided LG Electronics' headquarters amid a probe of whether LG damaged rival Samsung Electronics' washing machines at German retail stores, LG said.
Samsung Electronics is planning a new product launch next year based on its own operating system as it tries to free itself from Android.
On the last trading session before Christmas, Asian indices largely rose, with the exception of China, as a strong U.S. growth report card revived risk sentiment.