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The best TVs of CES 2019 65-inch roll-up OLED, 98-inch 8K QLED, 120-inch 4K short-throw laser projection, 216-inch MicroLED. See every inch of tomorrow's screens right now. Prev Next Prev Next LG OLED curve of nature Ah, CES Before we get into the flat, square sets introduced at the show, I'll begin at LG's booth with some eye candy Published: January 10, 2019 Caption: David Katzmaier 32 of 61 Samsung Serif TV Samsung's designer-inspired Serif sets get QLED tech this year, too
Most of what you pay for things ‘made in China’ goes to U.S. workers and businesses “Made in China” roughly indicates a good was assembled in a Chinese factory. Parts, design, marketing and distribution can come from the United States. That number has remained steady for a decade and a half despite the rise of China • Distribution and logistics: As with marketing, it’s hard to deliver a product to a U.S. retailer without paying for local delivery at some point in the process, whether directly or indirectly
Apple considered Samsung, MediaTek to supply 5G modems for 2019... Apple Inc considered tapping Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and MediaTek Inc along w... FILE PHOTO: A chef walks past an Apple store in Beijing, China January 7, 2019 Apple for years relied on San Diego-based Qualcomm as the sole supplier of such chips, which help iPhones connect to wireless networks Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Square loses head of payments to Visa Mary Kay Bowman's departure comes months after Square lost its CFO Sarah Friar to Nextdoor. Yana Paskova | Bloomberg | Getty Images Jack Dorsey, CEO of Square Inc., holds an Apple Inc Square's shares went slightly negative, about 1 percent, after the announcement She came from Amazon, where she spent more than a decade on the tech giant's payments team Correction: Mary Kay Bowman was Square's head of payments
CES 2019: Google vs. Amazon, who won? Google is seemingly everywhere at CES 2019, but Amazon put Alexa into more products. From connected bicycles, pianos and toilets to cars & even glasses. People are captured by FLIR (Forward-Looking Infrared) HD Thermal Imaging Cameras as they walk near the FLIR exhibit But even with the smaller physical presence, Amazon won the CES bragging rights, by just having more products from more companies available for Alexa, he says
Wall Street's five-day rally falters ahead of earnings U.S. stocks edged about 0.4 percent lower on Friday as investors booked profits ... [O/R] U.S. stocks took a severe beating in the last quarter of 2018 due to worries over trade, rate hikes and a slowdown in global growth, leaving investors worried that U.S. corporate profit may not match the roughly 25-percent growth rate in the first three quarters
Why an off-the-grid hour at work is so crucial Work email, checking social media, streaming video – technology can have toxic effects on your productivity and happiness. Here’s how you can kick the habit for an hour a day. Last month, Apple introduced its ‘Screen Time’ feature, which lets users access real-time reports about how much time they spend on their devices But that is antithetical to productive work, unfortunately How to do it The good news is that experts are here to give you a game plan -- Bryan Lufkin is BBC Capital's features writer
CES 2019 was absolutely buried in laptops and PCs – why? Microsoft certainly has an idea At CES 2019, we've experienced an absolute deluge of laptops and other computers that made this year’s show feel more like Computex than the Consumer Electronics Show Again, I often compare it to that Windows 7 machine [that] is six or seven years old, compared to what you’re getting now, it blows your mind
Slashed profit expectations may set stage for gains There could well be a silver lining in all the caution around the stock market a... Heading into the fourth quarter, Bespoke analysts’ earnings revisions for S&P 1500 companies are skewing more negatively ahead of any reporting period since the first quarter of 2015, they wrote in a report on Thursday Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Robotics Company Fuels Concerns about China Slowdown German industrial robot maker Kuka AG is the latest German company to warn that China’s cooling economy resulted in slower 2018 sales and slimmer profit margins. With exports to China making up only part of German companies’ activities in and with the country, that may in fact underestimate how much the slowdown is hurting German corporations Despite the appeal of the Chinese market, it is becoming increasingly important for companies to keep an eye on the possible risks and, if necessary, to balance them out by further diversifying, the BDI wrote in a new, unusually candid and public position paper
Gartner finds PC sales doldrums continued in 2018 Gartner released its quarterly PC sales survey for the fourth quarter of 2018 this week, and it was the same old story. PC sales plunged in the fourth quarter and were down 1.3 percent for the year. The three top players — HP, Dell and Lenovo — accounted for 63 percent of sales worldwid… The trade war that has adversely affected Apple and other tech companies probably also had an impact on the PC market Unfortunately, they didn’t seem to do that this year Gartner is careful to point out these are preliminary numbers and they could change once the final data is in
Sheldon Whitehouse Buys Tesla Stock, Sells Apple The Rhode Island Democratic senator disclosed in a regulatory form Thursday that he purchased Tesla stock in both personal and joint accounts in December. He also bought Square stock, while selling shares of Apple, Union Pacific, and Ford, among others. Sheldon Whitehouse (D., R.I.) co-wrote an editorial in The Wall Street Journal, advocating for better roads and bridges We noted that Ellison is a very close friend of Tesla CEO Elon Musk Days later, in January, the payments company named a new chief financial officer
Apple's big plan to revive iPhone sales in 2019: More cameras 2019 iPhones are likely to be similar to this year's lineup, with a lower-cost LCD-screened model and two more expensive models featuring an OLED screen. The Wall Street Journal's report matches the current batch of rumors: a note from TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and an unconfirmed render from notorious leaker OnLeaks, which showed a triple-lens rear camera Data also suggests that customers are getting less excited for each new generation of iPhone
Apple Watchers Are Already Looking Toward the Next Next iPhones The 2018 iPhones haven’t blown consumers away. Will 2019s—or 2020s—manage to recapture the magic? Text size Forget about the 2018 iPhones CEO Tim Cook used a TV interview earlier this week to try to reassure investorsand, surely, consumersthat there is a culture of innovation in Apple Samsung Electronics (005930.Korea), for example, has a four-rear-camera phone meant to give more tools for telephoto and wide-angle shooters, as well as those who need normal lenses
GM bucks gloomy earnings forecast trend, shares jump General Motors Co executives on Friday bucked gloomy forecasts for growth and se... Those include a 25 percent U.S. tariff on imported trucks that predates the Trump administration’s trade actions GM’s biggest market by vehicle sales volume is China, and the slowdown in the economy of the world’s largest auto market has rattled investors across industries Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
What Amazon’s Rise to No. 1 Says About the Stock Market Amazon’s ascendancy is a reminder of how old the dominance by big companies is and how today’s giants don’t appear to be much easier—or harder—to topple than they used to be. That’s down from the earlier average, since the late 1920s, of nearly 6% In some ways, these are the good old days: The top stocks account for less of the total market, and the giants don’t appear to be much easieror harderto topple than they used to be
Today’s Logistics Report: Shoppers Skip the Mall; Trade War Disrupts; Huawei Exports Blocked Today’s Top Supply Chain and Logistics News from WSJ. Sign up: With one click, get this newsletter delivered to your inbox Penney Co. and L Brands reported weaker-than-expected sales in December, the WSJ’s Sarah Nassauer writes, capping a holiday sales season that showed retailers moving in two very different directions QUOTABLE If you can’t succeed in an environment like this, a strong economy, it’s a problem Craig Johnson, president of retail analysts Customer Growth Partners
Apple's new iPhone line-up might just have been revealed Photos set to be central feature of new handsets, rumour suggests March 19 2018 Getty 3/42 Designed by Pierpaolo Lazzarini from Italian company Jet Capsule Some have taken to referring to the new handset as the iPhone 11, but no clear rumours have emerged about what it will be called – and are unlikely to until the marketing is more confirmed, as the September release date approaches
GM says pickup trucks to lift 2019 earnings, shares jump 8 percent General Motors Co said on Friday its revamped pickup truck lineup will boost its... Apple Inc (AAPL.O), for instance, last week took the rare step of cutting its quarterly sales forecast, blaming slowing iPhone sales in China ELECTRIC CADILLAC The automaker said Cadillac will become GM’s lead electric vehicle brand as the largest U.S. automaker gears up to introduce a new model under that luxury brand to challenge Tesla Inc (TSLA.O), a development first reported by Reuters on Thursday Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
CES 2019: from beer tech to a banned sex toy – 10 standout gadgets Also unveiled in Las Vegas: the world’s first rollable TV and Alexa for your toilet Walking car Hyundai says its Elevate walking car could be the perfect go-anywhere emergency response vehicle All our journalism is independent and is in no way influenced by any advertiser or commercial initiative By clicking on an affiliate link, you accept that Skimlinks cookies will be set