|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||28.39 - 28.39|
|52 Week Range||20.25 - 29.25|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.54|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||14.61|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.08 (3.68%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Mar 29, 2020|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Handshakes have been banned, vast quantities of sanitising gel have been bought, and all passports will be vetted to see if attendees have visited China in the past fortnight. Or at least those are the rules if Mobile World Congress, the world’s largest smartphone trade fair, goes ahead in Barcelona at the end of February. Under the shadow of the coronavirus, Sony, NTT DoCoMo, Amazon, Amdocs and CommScope became the latest companies to cancel their plans to attend on Monday, joining LG, Ericsson and Nvidia in pulling out of the show.
Japanese wireless carrier NTT Docomo, Sony Corp and California-based chip giant Intel Corp pulled out of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona on Monday because of the coronavirus outbreak. Amazon, South Korea's LG Electronics, Swedish equipment maker Ericsson and U.S. chipmaker Nvidia have already withdrawn from MWC, which had more than 100,000 visitors and upwards of 2,400 exhibitors in 2019. MWC, due to take place on Feb 24-27, is the telecom industry's biggest annual gathering, with companies spending millions on stands and hospitality to fill their order books.
Otter.ai, an AI-powered transcription app and note-takers' best friend, has received a strategic investment from Japan's leading mobile operator and new Otter partner, NTT DOCOMO Inc. The two companies are teaming up to support Otter's expansion into the Japanese market, where DOCOMO will be integrating Otter with its own AI-based translation service subsidiary, Mirai Translation, in order to provide accurate English transcripts, which are then translated into Japanese. The investment was made by DOCOMO's wholly owned subsidiary, NTT DOCOMO Ventures, Inc., but the size was undisclosed. To date, Otter has raised $23 million in funding from NTT DOCOMO Ventures, Fusion Fund, GGV Capital, Draper Dragon Fund, Duke University Innovation Fund, Harris Barton Asset Management, Slow Ventures, Horizons Ventures and others.
NTT Docomo will resume taking orders of Huawei P30 Pro smartphones from Wednesday, the largest Japanese telco said on its website. Docomo will join the list of other major Japanese carriers - KDDI Corp and SoftBank Corp - and resume sales of new smartphones from China's Huawei Technologies. The Japanese company had discontinued taking orders of new Huawei handsets in May after Washington blacklisted the Chinese manufacturer, alleging that Huawei is involved in activities contrary to U.S. national security or foreign policy interests.
If Magic Leap fails, the skeptics will at least have to admire the AR startup's keen ability to raise vast amounts of capital. The company announced today that it has locked down another $280 million in a deal with Japan's largest mobile operator, Docomo. "DOCOMO aims to co-create advanced MR services and expand the XR market by leveraging open innovation and combining innovative technologies such as Spatial Computing provided by Magic Leap with DOCOMO's assets including our 5G network and 70 million membership base," Docomo CEO Kazuhiro Yoshizawa said in a press release.
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Japan's Nikkei edged up to a fresh four-month high on Tuesday, propelled by gains in the big three mobile carriers after market leader NTT Docomo announced smaller-than-feared price cuts, soothing concerns about a price war. The benchmark Nikkei rose 0.24 percent to 22,221.66, hitting a fresh four-month high but the broader Topix ended down 0.09 percent at 1,626.46. The information and communication sub-index was by far the strongest among the Topix's 33 industry groups, gaining 1.7 percent.
Japan's Nikkei edged up to a fresh four-month high on Tuesday, propelled by gains in the big three mobile carriers after market leader NTT Docomo announced smaller-than-feared price cuts, soothing concerns about a price war. NTT Docomo jumped 3.8 percent, while rival and one of the Nikkei heavyweights KDDI Corp surged 5.8 percent and SoftBank Corp advanced 3.1 percent. After market close on Monday, NTT Docomo said it would cut carrier fees by up to 40 percent.
Shares in Japan's big telcos jumped on Tuesday after market leader NTT Docomo announced smaller-than-feared price cuts, alleviating concerns about a profit-dampening price war. NTT Docomo shares were up 3.5 percent in early Tokyo trading, with KDDI Corp up 5.6 percent and SoftBank Corp up 2.7 percent. Japan's big three telcos are under government pressure to reduce carrier fees to help stimulate consumer spending in other parts of the economy.
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Rovio Entertainment Oyj is in talks with “several” investors to take a stake in its subsidiary Hatch -- a “Netflix for games” platform that Sprint will use to showcase what its high-speed 5G handsets can do when it opens its new network in May.