Two reports claim that Microsoft had small shipment numbers for the Surface RT tablet in the last quarter and iSuppli claimed actual sales were as low as 680,000 units for the quarter.
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A new study by iSuppli predicts that sales of SSDs will go much higher in the next few years, citing more and more Windows 8-based notebooks and ultrabooks will be using them instead of hard drives.
An analyst claims that prices for PC hard drives, which skyrocketed in 2011 thanks to floods in Thailand that affected hard drive factories, won't return to their pre-flood price levels until 2014.
A new report from iSuppli claims that each unit of Nokia's Lumia 900 smartphone cost a total of $217 in both parts and labor, compared to the phone's non-contract retail price of $449.90.
A new report from iSuppli claims that Amazon could ship 3.9 million units of its Kindle Fire tablets in the fourth quarter of 2011, leapfrogging over all of other tablets except for the iPad.
Research firm iSuppli is making headlines again with a virtual teardown of the yet-to-be-released iPad. The 32GB 3G wireless iPad model contains a combined Bill of Materials (BOM) and manufacturing cost off $287.15, according to...
Analysts at iSuppli have increased predictions for PC sales in 2007: global PC shipments will rise to 264 million units in 2007, up 11.2% from 239 million in 2006. The previous forecast envisioned 10.7 %...
According to iSuppli, 2006 was the year where leading chip supplier Intel suffered a revenue decline while rival AMD nearly doubled its sales. "For US microprocessor giant Intel, 2006 was the worst of times, as...