Today Microsoft has posted its latest financial report. This is for the second quarter of the company's 2016 financial year and it covers Microsoft's holiday sales and its Windows 10 marketing push.
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Samsung released their Q2 215 financial results. The company showed a drop in operating and net profits YOY, with S6 sales making only a marginal impact on revenue, despite its chip business blooming.
Apple, according to the latest market research, has become the number one company in terms of wearable bands, outselling Fitbit, Xiaomi and all other competitors in the market this quarter.
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%.
In its latest financial guidance reports, Samsung warns that it's on course to miss its targets for the second quarter of 2015. This is despite the positive reception to the company's new flagships.
Microsoft's stock took a nosedive in after hours trading despite its seemingly successful quarterly results. What's got investors in a panic when everything seems to be going well? Windows, of course.
Microsoft has released its earnings for the most recent quarter which ended December 31st and is the second quarter for the company with revenue of $26.5 billion, $7.8 billion of operating income.
Apple has long held the number one spot in sales, but the release of the Galaxy S5 and its variants meant that Samsung's market share of LTE smartphones in Q2 2014 greatly surpassed Apple's.