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Google's financial results for Q2 are in, and boy has the company had a good three months. Their results surprised investors, who quickly rallied behind the company's stock, which is now up 11%.
LG managed to ship nearly 25% more handsets during 2014 compared to the previous year and its profits more than doubled in that period. The company is also planning further expansion in new markets.
According to the company's latest financial report, Samsung is struggling to keep up with the market thanks to declining smartphone sales and margins. These two accounted for a 64% drop in profits.
A Morgan Stanley analyst claims Microsoft may be losing out on up to $2.5 billion in revenue a year by not bringing a version of Office to Apple's iPad tablets.
Samsung has reported a very strong quarter on the back of $52.45 billion in revenue, which brings up a total of $188.14 billion in sales for the entire year, while wlmost every division also grew
With the 808 PureView now released, Nokia is finally retiring the Symbian brand and operating system, with no further phones to be made using the aging OS and Nokia's focus shifting fully to WP8
Nokia's quarterly financial results are in, and for Q4 2012 they've reported an operating profit for the first time in many quarters, helped by strong sales of their Lumia devices
Microsoft spent $9.8 billion on research and development in its fiscal 2012 year, nearly three times as much as Apple, which spent $3.4 billion on research and development for its fiscal 2012 year.
Nokia's Q2 2012 Interim Report revealed the company is continuing to lose money at an alarming pace. Despite a quarterly increase in net sales, the company posted a roughly $1 billion operating loss.
Netflix posted a $5 million loss for Q1 2012, although it added three million new streaming subscribers. Shares in the company still dropped after the news, however.
A report out of the NY Times Bits blog suggests Yahoo may be planning layoffs as early as Tuesday, December 14th. The anonymous source claims Yahoo may be planning to cut up to 5% of...
As sales and profits fall year after year, CEO Bruno Bonnell talks up Driver 3 and unannounced D&D games; also talks down the loss of the Unreal franchise. Today, Atari reported that...