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Besides pressure from the upcoming iPhone 6, Samsung is facing challenges from the low-end smartphone market, says Bob O'Donnell, Founder and Chief Analyst, Technalysis Research.
Mehdi Hosseini, Senior VP of Semiconductors at Susquehanna Financial Group, outlines three reasons why he remains optimistic on Samsung's stock.
Mark Newman, Senior Analyst for Global Memory and Consumer Electronics at Sanford C Bernstein, discusses Samsungs' lower-than-expected profit and sales forecast for the second quarter.
Samsung's gloomy earnings guidance for the second quarter has raised questions over whether the South Korean giant's best days behind it.
Asian stocks declined in rangebound trade on Monday in the absence of a lead from Wall Street last week due to the July 4 U.S. holiday.
Asian equities ended mixed on Friday following a better-than-expected U.S. employment report.
Manoj Menon, Partner & MD at Frost & Sullivan, explains why Samsung's entry into the consumer electronics space can unlock "real value" for the firm.
Americans increasingly are replacing their once-enviable 50-inch TVs with even bigger screens. Think: 65-inches and up.
Asian equity markets ended Wednesday trade with gains following upbeat U.S. economic data overnight.
Asian stocks were mixed on Tuesday as investors reacted to key factory activity data from the mainland.
Asian equity markets kicked off the week with modest gains on Monday as traders brace for a week full of event risk.
Few outside China likely know about this device maker, but some analysts call the company a threat to dominant players like Apple and Samsung.
Asian equity markets declined on Friday following hawkish comments from a Federal Reserve official.
India's native mobile brands are giving global brands a run for their money as they sweep market share in India's $13 billion mobile phone market.
Google announced three smartwatches, and software to automate cars, and television.
Asian stocks fell on Wednesday as geopolitical concerns over Iraq overshadowed better-than-expected U.S. data.
The answer, in a nutshell, is exclusivity, materials and service, says luxury phone maker Vertu.
An obscured screen may not be enough to keep prying eyes from stealing your passcode.
Investors will be looking for answers to what Google plans to do with its moonshot endeavors at the developer conference on Wednesday.
Asian stocks were mostly higher on Tuesday but gains were capped as traders continued to monitor developments in Iraq and Ukraine.