|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||48.62 - 49.19|
|52 Week Range||31.32 - 53.91|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||12.47|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.20 (0.40%)|
|1y Target Est||70.06|
Sea of Thieves has a whole ocean to explore, but it feels an inch deep after just a few hours of play. It's an unfinished title and players deserve better.
Samsung (SSNLF) is getting involved in 5G (fifth-generation) strategies in a variety of ways as it looks to profit from its evolution to the faster wireless network. 5G promises faster download speeds and shorter response time. Mobile network operators—from Verizon (VZ) and AT&T (T) in the United States to Telia and Deutsche Telekom in Europe—are looking to 5G to enable them to unlock new revenue streams.
Investment Thesis: We view Sony (SNE) favorably as a generator of free cash flow and on a sum-of-the-parts basis. The disparate business units housed under the Sony umbrella are together mispriced, in our opinion, leading to an attractive investment opportunity in one of the world’s leading high technology and entertainment-focused firms. Business Description: Sony Corp is a large Japanese conglomerate (market cap $63B, enterprise value $59B) with extensive global operations.
Solidium, the Finnish state-run investment fund that built a 3.3% stake in Nokia (NOK) at the start of 2018, has minority holdings in over a dozen major Finnish companies. Including Nokia, Solidium owns minority stakes in 13 listed Finnish companies, and the combined value of those investments is estimated to be over $11 billion. Nokia is a bit of an outlier in Solidium’s holding pattern.
Samsung (SSNLF) has set its sights on becoming the world’s top supplier for image sensors, Korean publication Etnews reported. Sony is currently the leading supplier of image sensors, and it controls more than 45% of the global image sensor market, according to Gartner’s estimates.
'Black Panther' has crushed an entire slate of pre-summer event movies leaving the rest of the industry fighting for scraps.
Blizzard likely wants to try and compete with Fortnite somehow, and they could do it, using the world of Overwatch.
In case you missed it, Bernstein’s David Dai on March 9th held a conference call to discuss the technology of “3-D sensing,” which makes possible augmented reality, such as the “Face ID” function in Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone X. Dai sees a big future for the technology, as it moves to other manufacturers’ smartphones, and to automobiles, in the form of LiDAR. "3D sensing is taking off,” writes Dai, noting that it will be coming to more Apple iPhones later this year, and some select Android phones, something others have been expecting as well, though some have expressed concern there will be delays because of short supply of some components. As Dai points out, 3-D sensing has been around for several years, in virtual reality headsets and in drones.
Rock band MGMT will be the headlining act at the Times Square venue. Sony Hall is located at 235 W. 46th St. at the Paramount Hotel. It is the culmination of a sponsorship agreement between Sony Corp. (SNE) and Blue Note Entertainment Group, the company that owns and operates music venues such as Blue Note Jazz Club, B.B. King Blues Club & Grill and the Highline Ballroom.
The venue is the culmination of a sponsorship agreement between Sony Corp. and Blue Note Entertainment Group.
After five months, EA and DICE have finally reworked progression and loot in Star Wars Battlefront 2. And they are going nowhere near paid loot boxes again.
Can Activision Blizzard Beat Gaming in 2018? The Call of Duty franchise has always been a favorite and has been the top-selling game for eight of the past nine years. The demand for Call of Duty: Black Ops III continues to be healthy and is expected to be so in 2018 as well.
Can Activision Blizzard Beat Gaming in 2018? The total MAUs (monthly active users) for Activision Blizzard (ATVI) at the end of 4Q17 stood at 385 million—marginally higher than the 384 million MAUs it had at the end of 3Q17. Activision had been focused on stabilizing its user base for its King segment by releasing new features and content into live games that would attract new players as well as increase user engagement.
Amazon pushes further into the gaming business, launching its GameOn service for developers. Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith, Andy Serwer, Myles Udland and Dan Howley discuss.