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Exclusive: Google plans new Chromecast Ultra based on Android TV (w/ remote!)

We don’t yet have any information on pricing or availability for the 2nd gen Chromecast, but we’d assume it was originally planned to launch at Google I/O 2020 alongside the Pixel 4a. Given that that event is no longer happening thanks to coronavirus concerns, it’s uncertain when we’ll see the latest round of Made by Google devices. – Stephen Hall, 9to5Google » https://ift.tt/38zXkAs

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Buy the Dip on Roku Stock

Specifically, ROKU has come within one standard deviation of its 200-day moving average following an extended period above the trendline, defined for this study as having traded north of the moving average 60% of the time in the past two months and in eight of the last 10 trading days. The equity has seen three similar pullbacks within the past three years, which has resulted in an average 21-day gain of 12.1%. – Patrick Martin, Yahoo Finance » https://ift.tt/2V6Ltqo

Roku beats Q4 expectations, shares rise

Roku reported full year 2019 revenue of $1.13 billion, beating analyst estimates of $1.11 billion. The company said in its letter to shareholders that monetized video ad impressions more than doubled over the year and “all top 10 technology and telecom advertisers, as well as all top 10 consumer packaged goods companies, spent with Roku,” according to its shareholder letter. – Lauren Feiner, CNBC » https://ift.tt/38q9n4d

Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham and more react to Roku dropping Fox channels, apps

Customers were only alerted Thursday via email that “all standalone Fox channels will no longer be available on Roku streaming devices” — just three days ahead of the Super Bowl. The move is over a distribution agreement dispute between Roku and Fox and each side is placing blame on the other. – Taryn Ryder, Yahoo Entertainment » https://ift.tt/2RKDFse [photo: Fox News]

Roku’s Growth Trajectory Looks Solid, but Volatility Remains a Factor

The future looks bright for Roku, but it’s not a stock for the feint of heart. It will continue to be volatile, and if Amazon is able to beat expectations with its Fire TV, it’ll be rightly perceived that Roku could take longer to match its active user base. That wouldn’t be a disaster in any way, but it would slow its pace of growth and share price trajectory. – TipRanks via Yahoo Finance » https://ift.tt/2tjBcvN [photo: Top: Michael Whay / Bottom: TipRanks]
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