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From: MorganBucks10/4/2017 8:46:33 AM
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ZTE is apparently working on a new flagship smartphone called the Axon M, with the unique headline feature of dual screens that can unfold into a combined 6.8-inch display, according to Android Authority.

The new phone was rumored early in September by Evan Blass over at VentureBeat, who provided the additional details that the new device would feature a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 3,120mAh battery, and a single 20-megapixel camera.

Photo: Android AuthorityBut the biggest feature is still the form factor: two 1080p displays that make up the front and back of the device, which can unfold with a centrally located hinge to create one tablet-sized screen that’s twice as wide. According to Android Authority, the two screens will also be able to run two different apps at once, for expanded multitasking beyond what’s currently capable even in Android Oreo.

Due this October

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From: ProThinker10/5/2017 3:30:19 AM
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OLED looks like it is almost fully valued based on these indicators.











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From: MorganBucks10/13/2017 10:27:15 AM
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Samsung CEO Stepping Down To Let Company 'Start Anew' After 'Unprecedented Crisis'



by Kyle Alspach on October 13, 2017, 9:47 am EDT




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The leadership upheaval at Samsung Electronics is set to continue with the resignation of CEO and Vice Chairman Kwon Oh-hyun, who said he is stepping down in March because "the company needs a new leader more than ever."

Kwon, who will also be departing his role as CEO of Samsung Display at that time, has served as CEO of the South Korean tech giant since 2012 and as vice chairman since 2011.

[ Samsung B2B Chief Kevin Gilroy Steps Aside In Midst Of Massive Channel Push]

The resignation follows the August sentencing of Samsung's de facto leader, Jay Y. Lee, to five years in jail in connection with a bribery scandal that also toppled South Korea's former president, Park Geun-hye.

Kwon seems to allude to the scandal in announcing his reasons for resigning. "As we are confronted with unprecedented crisis inside out, I believe that time has now come for the company start anew, with a new spirit and young leadership to better respond to challenges arising from the rapidly changing IT industry," he said in the Samsung news release.

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From: hollyhunter10/17/2017 8:35:07 PM
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Bullish crossover in MACD and RSI(14) stands at 64.15.

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