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  • TheStreet.com2 hours ago

    Mobile World Congress 2019: 7 Important Things to Watch For

    Here are some of the top things to keep an eye on as the Mobile World Congress (MWC) unfolds in Barcelona, Spain from Sunday to Thursday. got this ball rolling at its Feb. 20 event in San Francisco when it unveiled the Galaxy S10 5G as well as a foldable phone (the Galaxy Fold) that will be available via both 4G and 5G models. are expected to show off their first 5G phones, and several Chinese phone makers might do the same.

  • Universal Display (OLED) Q4 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript
    Motley Fool18 hours ago

    Universal Display (OLED) Q4 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript

    OLED earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2018.

  • Can Samsung's Galaxy Fold Grab Competitors' Market Share?
    Zacksyesterday

    Can Samsung's Galaxy Fold Grab Competitors' Market Share?

    Samsung's new foldable phone might have a few exciting features but it's unlikely to turn the company's slumping profits around.

  • TheStreet.comyesterday

    Samsung's New Products Highlight How Its Strategy Differs from Apple's

    are often seen as fierce rivals -- but Samsung's Galaxy showcase of new products this week showed how the smartphone makers might be evolving in different directions. At face value, Samsung's Unpacked event this week looked like another case of one-upmanship between the No. 1 (Samsung) and No. 3 (Apple) smartphone makers in the world, with Samsung rolling out a trio of new flagship phones, a 5G model, a $2,000 folding phone and an array of new and updated accessories including an AirPod-esque set of wireless earbuds called Galaxy Buds. Onstage, Samsung executives also talked up its growing ecosystem of products, which --- much like Apple's product family -- are built to work better together.

  • Is Apple Already Too Late to the Foldable Phone Party?
    Market Realistyesterday

    Is Apple Already Too Late to the Foldable Phone Party?

    Is Apple Already Too Late to the Foldable Phone Party?(Continued from Prior Part)Apple versus SamsungAs we discussed in the previous part of this series, in an event on February 20, South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics (SSNLF) unveiled a

  • Samsung Galaxy Fold: Price, UK release date and everything we know about Samsung's first folding smartphone
    The Telegraphyesterday

    Samsung Galaxy Fold: Price, UK release date and everything we know about Samsung's first folding smartphone

    Samsung has revealed the Samsung Galaxy Fold, its tenth anniversary smartphone, that comes with a new kind of smartphone design - a foldable screen that can turn the phone from a smartphone into a tablet.

  • Samsung Galaxy S10: Price, specs, UK release date and everything you need to know
    The Telegraphyesterday

    Samsung Galaxy S10: Price, specs, UK release date and everything you need to know

    Samsung has unveiled its new Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone, the tenth anniversary phone in its "S" series range that see the South Korean company release three new smartphones.

  • Samsung’s New Product Line-Up Includes a Foldable Phone and 5G
    Market Realistyesterday

    Samsung’s New Product Line-Up Includes a Foldable Phone and 5G

    The Latest Tech Sector Buzz: Apple, Qualcomm, Samsung, and Lyft(Continued from Prior Part)Samsung’s smartphone shipments have been shrinkingLike its peer Apple (AAPL), South Korean electronics giant Samsung (SSNLF) has been seeing shrinking

  • Galaxy Fold: What is the point of Samsung's new foldable phone?
    The Independentyesterday

    Galaxy Fold: What is the point of Samsung's new foldable phone?

    After many rumours and leaks, Samsung has finally revealed its groundbreaking folding phone. It's certainly an exciting innovation but, really, what is the benefit and what will it be used for – Oh, and how can Samsung get away with charging $1,980 or €2,000 for it? The Galaxy Fold was the opening gambit at Samsung's San Francisco keynote event, where it also revealed three versions, no, four, of the Samsung Galaxy S10, a new fitness tracker and a smartwatch with a sports angle.

  • Trump-Kim summit host Vietnam is model for economic growth
    Associated Press2 days ago

    Trump-Kim summit host Vietnam is model for economic growth

    BANGKOK (AP) — Vietnam, the location of President Donald Trump's next meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, has come a long way since America abandoned its war against communist North Vietnam in the 1970s.

  • Coin Rivet2 days ago

    Samsung Galaxy S10 blockchain education demo leaked

    A video leaked by Korean Cryptocurrency & Blockchain News appears to show that “Samsung [are] now priming their phones with Blockchain tutorials.” The news comes after reports that Samsung will ship their flagship Galaxy S10 smartphone with a built-in Bitcoin app featuring an integrated cryptocurrency wallet. In a tweet, the South Korean news platform stated: “The wallet integration on the Galaxy S10 has been confirmed.” 🇰🇷 – Samsung now priming their phones with Blockchain tutorials. The wallet integration on the Galaxy S10 has been confirmed… even after they denied it. Trying to keep Apple on their toes? pic.twitter.com/wAd7EaPzKw — Korean Cryptocurrency & Blockchain News (@BlockchainROK) February 21, 2019 In the leaked video, you can see a demonstration of how to perform transactions The post Samsung Galaxy S10 blockchain education demo leaked appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 promises to guard your cryptocurrency
    MarketWatch2 days ago

    Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 promises to guard your cryptocurrency

    Samsung dropped a range of new smartphones of Wednesday, and while the Galaxy Fold grabbed the headlines for its near $2,000 price tag, the companies flagship phone did not go unnoticed.

  • Samsung Galaxy S10 vs iPhone XS and Google Pixel 3: How the features compare
    The Telegraph2 days ago

    Samsung Galaxy S10 vs iPhone XS and Google Pixel 3: How the features compare

    Samsung has revealed its latest flagship smartphone, the new Galaxy S10. The new phone features some bold design choices, including a triple camera set-up on the back of the device and a cut-out screen design rather than a notch.

  • Goldman Sachs Warns Apple about Samsung’s Galaxy Fold
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Goldman Sachs Warns Apple about Samsung’s Galaxy Fold

    Goldman Sachs Warns Apple about Samsung's Galaxy FoldAppleAfter beginning 2019 on a terrible note, Apple (AAPL) stock has witnessed a solid recovery so far this year. On the first trading day of the year, the company’s CEO, Tim Cook, cut its

  • Benzinga2 days ago

    Samsung Reveals Foldable Smartphone, New S-Series Lineup: 'A Potential Problem For Apple'

    With smartphone sales plateauing amid market saturation and increased adoption rates, manufacturers are vying for a piece of a shrinking market and relying on innovation as a differentiator.  Both Apple ...

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    Samsung's Gains Could Be Apple's Losses, Says Analyst

    Many analysts and industry experts question whether the highest-priced smartphones offered by all phone makers will really see much market penetration in the near-term. Apple's global market share for smartphones has slowly been declining as both it and Samsung face rising competition from Chinese phone makers such as Huawei and Xiaomi.

  • Following Guidance Surprise, Avoid Toying with Mattel Stock
    InvestorPlace2 days ago

    Following Guidance Surprise, Avoid Toying with Mattel Stock

    After appearing to make a comeback, Mattel (NASDAQ:MAT) again finds itself losing the confidence of investors. The toymaker issued weak guidance just one week after indicating differently in its Feb. 7 quarterly report. Mattel stock dived in mid-day trading following the news. Source: Horantheworld via Flickr (Modified)This likely means a state of decline will continue for the maker of Barbie, Hot Wheels, Fisher-Price, and other iconic toy brands. It also calls into question what will happen to Mattel's current management team, and maybe Mattel itself.Considering the renewed level of uncertainty surrounding the toymaker, I think investors should stay away from MAT stock.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 7 Healthy Dividend Stocks to Buy for Extra Stability A Wild February for Mattel StockThis news stands in contrast to the previous earnings report. When the company announced fourth quarter and full year 2018 earnings on Feb. 7. At that time, they stated, "2018 was a great year for Barbie, which sustained growth and continued momentum globally."They concluded by saying they looked forward to celebrating the 60th anniversary of the iconic doll in 2019. The stock saw a one-day pop of 23.7% following the news.One week later, while at an analyst meeting, they downgraded forward guidance, citing slowing Barbie sales. Not only is this bad news for MAT, but it also calls into question why they did not bring this up during quarterly earnings.This unnerved investors as Mattel stock nosedived in the final 80 minutes of Friday trading. As a result, Mattel stock plunged by more than 18% on the trading day. A Comeback DelayedThis comes as a huge setback for those hoping for a long-awaited comeback in Mattel stock. MAT had reached a high of almost $48 per share in late 2013. It spent the next five years in a steady decline. In December, MAT stock appeared to have formed a double-bottom in the $9 per share range. Before the delivered guidance, it had reached almost $18 per share.Even after falling below the $14 per share level, we have a stock with a forward price-to-earnings (PE) exceeding 25. Also, the average long-term growth rate that analysts forecasted at 10% per year.I do not know if Wall Street will revise that lower. However, that leaves Mattel as an equity in an old-line business with a management team that just lost the confidence of many investors. Those kinds of financials will not attract buyers under these conditions. This also makes a certain outcome for MAT more likely. Upper Management Isn't the Only ProblemEarly last year, I stated that Mattel might have to merge with its direct peer Hasbro (NYSE:HAS) for both to compete. In an age when more kids are treating Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPads or Samsung (OTCMKTS:SSNLF) tablets as toys, old-school toymakers have yet another electronic competitor.Also, that does not consider games from the likes of Activision (NASDAQ:ATVI), EA (NASDAQ:EA), and Take-Two (NASDAQ:TTWO) which have posed a competitive threat for decades.Moreover, with the rise of ecommerce, an individual can market their self-created board games on Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) or a Shopify (NYSE:SHOP) site. The Cashflow board game from Rich Dad serves as a good example.I still think non-electronic toys have a place. However, given these conditions, today's market may not have room for two companies like Mattel. Still, with this level of uncertainty surrounding Mattel stock, I do not think investors should buy into this dip. The Bottom Line on Mattel StockThe weak guidance, as well as the strange conditions by which management issued their forward-looking conditions, mean prospective buyers should stay away.By acting in this manner, Mattel's leadership made a challenging situation much worse. Not only did they dampen expectations, but management also divulged their bad news in a way that diminishes confidence in the management team itself.Many will wonder whether this makes Mattel stock a buy or a buyout. I do not think we can know at this point. However, with diminished confidence, this stock can easily retest the $9 per share low. Given those possibilities, I think investors should declare "game over."As of this writing, Will Healy did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned stocks. You can follow Will on Twitter at @HealyWriting. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Smart Money Stocks to Buy Now * The 10 Best Cheap Stocks to Buy Right Now * 7 Restaurant Stocks to Watch in 2019 Compare Brokers The post Following Guidance Surprise, Avoid Toying with Mattel Stock appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10E hands on: A first look at the iPhone XS challengers
    The Telegraph2 days ago

    Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10E hands on: A first look at the iPhone XS challengers

    Samsung has revealed the Galaxy S10 smartphone, the latest model that the Korean company hopes will challenge the iPhone Xs for a spot in consumers hearts.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] New Samsung Phone Folds in Half, and Costs Nearly $2,000

    Called the Galaxy Fold, the new Samsung device delivers on one of the industry’s long-running pursuits: making a tablet-size phone with a glass display that can bend in half, allowing it to be closed like a wallet and fit in a consumer’s hand, pocket or purse. said the Galaxy Fold handset answers critics who argue the smartphone industry is beset with stagnant innovation and market saturation. The splashy product reveal dovetailed with the launch of four variants of Samsung’s Galaxy S10 flagship lineup, an attempt by the company to cater to a wider swath of consumers.

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    Samsung Turns to Folding Screens to Fight Smartphone Fatigue - Will It Work?

    Samsung's new Galaxy lineup, announced on Wednesday includes four versions of a Galaxy S10 -- an entry-level S10E, a standard S10, and an S10 Plus, as well as a 5G-enabled version -- and the Galaxy Fold, the long-awaited folding smartphone that Samsung has been teasing for months. As smartphone makers see slower sales and market saturation, the tone of Samsung's product unveiling was markedly upbeat. During the keynote, Samsung's President DJ Koh told the crowd: "Who says the era of smartphone innovation is over?

  • CNBC2 days ago

    Goldman Sachs: Samsung's new foldable phone is a problem for Apple this year

    The latest gadget from Samsung has a special display that can fold open and be used like a tablet, the first announcement of its kind. The Galaxy Fold includes "a compelling form factor that only Samsung's foldable OLED technology can deliver," Goldman analyst Rod Hall says. Samsung's new foldable phone represents a challenge for Apple AAPL in the iPhone maker's luxury device market, Goldman Sachs warned clients.

  • Bloomberg2 days ago

    Samsung's $2,000 Bid to Be the King of Cool

    With the release of the $1,980 Galaxy Fold, Samsung challenges Apple’s claim to premium pricing and unleashes, in what looked like a mature market, the same kind of race that Apple started with the first iPhone. When Apple launched the iPhone in January, 2007, it did so at $399 with a two-year contract, more than most mobile phones cost that year, but Nokia’s 2007 flagship handset, the N95, sold for a hefty $700 unlocked  – and it didn’t even have a full keyboard. Samsung, however, isn’t trying to be the Apple of 2007: It has moved to displace the Apple of today from the enviable market position of capturing 44.4 percent of the smartphone market’s total value in the last three months of 2018 while delivering only 18.2  percent of unit shipments.

  • The Morning After: Say hello to Samsung's Galaxy Fold
    Engadget2 days ago

    The Morning After: Say hello to Samsung's Galaxy Fold

    Hey, good morning! The last 24 hours were filled with new phone announcements, and they weren't just from Samsung. If you were looking for something beyond folding devices, we've got accidental mics in devices that Google forgot about, and we'll summarize Huawei's recent problems -- and whether they will really affect the company's continued rise.

  • The Galaxy S10 will support Samsung Gear VR
    Engadget2 days ago

    The Galaxy S10 will support Samsung Gear VR

    Things have been quiet for Samsung's Gear VR recently. Once upon a time the company would launch a new headset alongside its latest Galaxy flagships, but it hasn't done that for a while. Speaking to The Verge, a Samsung spokesperson confirmed that the latest model of the Gear VR (SM-R324NZAAXAR) -- which already supports 14 different Samsung smartphones -- will be compatible with all four iterations of the S10.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Blown away by innovation or price? Samsung's foldable phone opens new frontier

    SAN FRANCISCO/SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has wowed the smartphone industry with the first foldable screen, burnishing its innovation credentials, banishing "fast follower" criticism and, at nearly $2,000, setting a new standard in premium pricing. At its launch event in San Francisco on Wednesday, Samsung upped the surprise factor by briefing analysts and journalists on widely anticipated aspects ahead of time, such as 5G versions of its existing top-end Galaxy S phones. "I am blown away," said Patrick Moorhead of Moor Insights & Strategy, adding the phone could help Samsung rejuvenate its mobile business, whose lead is under attack from China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd.