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Tag: Samsung Electronics

Qualcomm-Samsung axis brings 5G to the masses

Fifth-generation chipsets from Qualcomm now run on five devices from Samsung Electronics, including the Galaxy S10 5G and the new Galaxy Fold.

Musk boasts Tesla has `best chip in the world,’ drops Nvidia

Tesla switched over to its own chips and self-driving computer from Nvidia’s for the Model S and Model X about a month ago, and for the Model 3 about 10 days ago.

Samsung profit drops most in 4 years as chip prices slump

It is the biggest decline since a similar drop in the third quarter of 2014.

Samsung Electronics sees tough year with trade risks, slow growth

Samsung is seeking new growth in areas such as network equipment manufacturing as sales of its mainstay chips and smartphones begin to drop.

Samsung, Huawei double down on Apple’s high-price strategy

Apple’s rivals co-opted the company’s strategy of squeezing more cash out of stagnating unit sales, pushing the price of some phones well above what many would pay for a laptop computer.

Tech bull case resurfaces in Korea with big rally, taking stock

The South Korean benchmark is one of the biggest gainers among national gauges in Asia.

Apple’s iPhone shipments plunge in China as Huawei tightens grip

Smartphone labels from Apple to Samsung Electronics are contending with a plateauing global market after years of breakneck growth.

Samsung Electronics posts record Q3 profit but warns of weaker earnings...

The South Korean technology giant said it expected a quarter-on-quarter earnings decline in the fourth quarter as the memory chip market entered a period of seasonal weakness ahead of a pick-up in 2019.

Samsung Electronics flags record Q3 operating profit

Sales for the third quarter are expected to reach 65 trillion won, the world's largest maker of smartphones and memory chips said in a statement.

Foreign, Korean investors duke it out over Samsung Electronics

Industry consolidation means fewer players have greater control over supply and demand, and Samsung is near its bottom and unlikely to fall more than 5% from current levels.

Samsung told to pay Korean university $400 million by Texas jury

Texas jury said Samsung infringed a patent of a technology known as FinFet, owned by a South Korean university.