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February 27, 2013
07:15 EDTDDD, SSNLF3D Systems extends movie subscription service to Samsung Smart TVs
DDD Group has extended its dedicated 3D Video-On-Demand subscription service to be available on Samsung 3D Smart TVs in the United States. Samsung has started rollout of the service this week. Yabazam launched its 3D subscription service for LG 3D TVs in early January, marking the first 3D movie service of its kind. The Yabazam service costs $9.99 per month and allows unlimited viewing of the original 3D programming available from Yabazam. The Yabazam 3D app is available through the television's Smart Hub content portal and can be used on the full range of Samsung 3D Smart TVs.
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April 14, 2014
06:00 EDTDDD3D Systems initiated with a Neutral at Goldman
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April 13, 2014
20:20 EDTDDD3D Systems, other 3-D printing stocks could fall further, Barron's says
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April 11, 2014
09:19 EDTSSNLFANADIGICS ships AWC6383 dual-band ProVantage PA to Samsung
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09:04 EDTDDD3D Systems expands partnership with Canon Marketing Japan
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06:47 EDTSSNLFSamsung ups S5 incentives to fend off rivals, Bloomberg says
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06:46 EDTSSNLFDocuments: Samsung misled investors about Galaxy tablet sales, Fotune says
According to documents revealed in the Samsung (SSNLF)-Apple (AAPL) lawsuit, Samsung misled the public about how many tablets it sold in 2011, Fortune reports. Strategy Analytics told the world Samsung sold 2M Galaxy Tablets in six weeks, when "it took Samsung all of 2011 to sell half that many." Reference Link
06:08 EDTSSNLFMemory suppliers look to bundle NAND flash sales with DRAM chips, DigiTimes says
Some memory device suppliers may be pushing sales of NAND flash chips with DRAM chips in an effort to easy the oversupply of NAND flash products, reports DigiTimes. According to market sources, the prices of NAND chips have continued to decline this year due to the capacity ramps from major companies. Reference Link
April 10, 2014
16:39 EDTDDDOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street were sharply lower as selling pressure took hold early in the session and did not relent. The averages closed near their worst levels, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq down more than 3%. With today's close, each of the major indexes is now lower for the year. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., initial claims for unemployment benefits fell to 300K last week, hitting their lowest weekly level since May 2007. The the timing of Easter and Passover, as well as other seasonal factors, however, may have lead many to discount the figure. Export prices rose 0.8% in March, while import prices grew 0.6%, both of which were greater than expected advances. In China, exports fell 6.6% from a year earlier in March, while imports plunged 11.3%. Economists had predicted year-over-year gains for both. COMPANY NEWS: eBay (EBAY) and activist investor Carl Icahn settled their proxy contest, with Icahn withdrawing both his two board nominees and his proposal for eBay to spin off its PayPal unit. As part of its agreement with Icahn, eBay will expand the number of independent directors on its board to 10 and add David Dorman to serve in that capacity. The online retail marketplace was among the many tech names suffering losses, closing the session down $1.81, or 3.24%, at $54.08... Ally Financial (ALLY), formerly the auto finance and financial services arm of General Motors (GM), lost $1.02, or 4.08%, to close at $23.98 in its first day of trade following its return to the public markets after having price its return offering at $25.00 per share... General Motors made news again as well by confirming that two of its engineers have been placed on paid leave as part of the company's ongoing ignition switch recall probe. The company also added ignition lock cylinders to its safety recall of 2.2 million vehicles in the U.S. and said it expects to take a $1.3B charge in the first quarter due to recall-related repairs... MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was drugstore operator Rite Aid (RAD), which rose 54c, or 8.44%, to $6.94 after reporting earnings and revenue and that beat expectations and giving a revenue outlook for its fiscal 2015 that came in above estimates. Also higher following a better than expected earnings report was casual restaurant owner Ruby Tuesday (RT), which advanced 72c, or 12.08%, to $6.68. Among the noteworthy losers was data security solutions provider Imperva (IMPV), down $21.73, or 43.7%, to $28.00 which plunged 41% after the company slashed its first quarter profit and sales outlook. Another name in computer security, FireEye (FEYE), was among a a number of so-called "momentum" stocks that fell during the session, sliding $6.64, or 11.77%, to $49.75. Other momentum stocks that fell included 3D Systems (DDD), down $5.90, or 10.79%, to $48.78, and Yelp (YELP), down $7.78, or 10.92%, to $63.47. INDEXES: The Dow was down 266.96, or 1.62%, to 16,170.22, the Nasdaq was down 129.79, or 3.1%, to 4,054.11, and the S&P 500 was down 39.10, or 2.09%, to 1,833.08.
April 9, 2014
07:54 EDTSSNLFSamsung, Apple pushed to make high-end phones less costly, Reuters says
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06:18 EDTSSNLFApple seeks $2.2B in damages from Samsung in patent infringement, WSJ says
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06:13 EDTSSNLFSupply chain gears up for component orders for tablets, DigiTimes reports
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April 8, 2014
18:13 EDTSSNLFSamsung looks to rapidly restructure, Nikkei reports
Due to slowing smartphone profits, Samsung is racing to restructure itself, Nikkei reports. Reference Link
12:10 EDTSSNLFIneda Systems says secures funding from Samsung, Qualcomm
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11:25 EDTDDD3D Systems announces availability of Sense 3D scanner for Mac
3D Systems (DDD) announced earlier the immediate availability of the Sense 3D scanner for Apple's (AAPL) Mac and feature upgrades available with Sense software V1.1. The Sense is the first 3D scanner designed for the consumer and optimized for 3D printing. It is priced at $399.
April 7, 2014
19:39 EDTSSNLFSamsung Q1 operating profit 8.4T won, consensus 8.3T won, Bloomberg says
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13:05 EDTSSNLFAnalyst says semiconductor stocks attractive after decline
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11:42 EDTDDDStocks with call strike movement; DDD TSLA
3D Systems (DDD) August 65 call option implied volatility increased 4% to 50, Tesla (TSLA) September 250 call option implied volatility increased 2% to 55 according to IVolatility.
07:37 EDTSSNLFApple considered dumping long-time ad agency, WSJ reports
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07:33 EDTSSNLFFLIR Systems hires Travis Merrill as Chief Marketing Officer
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06:22 EDTDDD3-D stocks off to a rough start in 2014, WSJ reports
3-D stocks are off to a rough start this year with 3D Systems (DDD) down 40% and Stratasys (SSYS) down about 19%, the Wall Street Journal reports, but adds that some 3-D stocks remain priced at 50-70 times projected 2014 earnings. Reference Link
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