Gartner's final statistics for 2016 are in, and they spell doom for Microsoft's and Blackberry's mobile efforts. Meanwhile, Apple dethroned Samsung to become top selling vendor during the holidays.
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The latest NPD numbers indicate that both consoles are experiencing great numbers in the US but PS4 continues to be the dominant player. However, Microsoft's console also saw huge growth in January.
After nearly three months of being on the market, the NES Classic Edition has sold 1.5 million units globally. The console is still scarce to this day and cannot be found easily at retail stores.
According to retail sales figures for December, the margin between Xbox and PlayStation 4 in terms of consoles sold ended up being razor thin while Xbox One saw good year-on-year growth.
The digital solutions firm is expanding its partnership with Microsoft's Search engine. Apart from display ads, ZIRCA will also act as Bing's sales partner for search advertising sales in India.
Samsung is looking to make a big comeback this year, following the Galaxy Note7 debacle from 2016. The company wants to push the Galaxy S8 hard and sell 60 million units by the end of the year.
The five-year-old game has now sold more than 25 million copies on PC and Mac. The title is available on multiple platforms and crossed the 100 million copies sold across all of them six months ago.
A report has revealed that Apple may be looking to cut back on iPhone orders by up to 10 percent this quarter due to a lower sales forecast for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus for the new year.
Recent statistics by IDC state that sales of the Apple Watch have seen a notable drop, with negative year-over-year growth. A shift towards simpler wearables is seen as one of the reasons behind it.
Microsoft's Xbox one console has managed to outsell the PlayStation 4 for the third month in a row. A big part of its success is due to the launch of the smaller Xbox One S, which is proving popular.
With an official recall process now underway, Samsung intends to resume sales of its fiery flagship in its home market of South Korea next week, and will reportedly do the same in the US next month.
The latest data from NetMarketShare shows that Windows 10 is still on healthy growth trajectory, even after the free offer has ended and users have started to pay for the operating system.
The Xbox One seemingly managed the impossible this July, when it unseated Sony's PlayStation 4 as the best-selling console in the US. The PS4 had consistently held that spot ever since its launch.
The latest data from Gartner shows that the PC market has continued its overall decline with Apple seeing a big drop. But there are signs things might be better in the next few quarters.
Samsung is predicting higher than expected profits for Q2 2016, up from the same period last year, with healthy Galaxy S7 sales one of the main contributors to this latest success.
HTC is continuing to struggle as its smartphone division fails to capture the market. A new report says the company's critically acclaimed flagship will only sell one million units this year.
The latest data coming from Western Europe shows that convertible devices and detachable tablets have a bright future ahead, even as the overall PC market continues to decline.
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Sony has posted a profit of $1.3 billion for the entire 2015 fiscal year, which ended March 31st. The company's PlayStation 4 console sales surged to 17.7 million units, surpassing expectations.
The PlayStation 4 was the best-selling console in the US, claiming top spot partially thanks to The Division. But Microsoft is looking to the future and touting the success of Quantum Break.
The science-fiction shooter Quantum Break is off to a very strong start after becoming the best-selling new IP for Xbox One and seeing strong sales worldwide, topping the UK sales charts.
In its latest report on the state of the 3D printing industry, research firm Wohlers Associates describes an interesting trend about additive manufacturing as a lucrative business.
According to the British market research firm, Apple's iOS faces increasing competition from Android in Asia, and Windows Phone is still shrinking in the five most important European markets.
Gartner has published a new report predicting that PC shipments will finally bottom out in 2016 but smartphone market will increase only by 7%, its first single-digit growth up till now.
Gartner global smart phone sales figures for the fourth quarter of 2015 are now available, leaving Windows at 1.1% of smart phone sales. Android and iOS combine for 98.5% of global sales.
Electronic Arts' CFO estimates console sales currently at 55 million. With the help of Sony's PS4 sales numbers, we're able to get a good picture as to how exactly the Xbox One is doing.
This previous year was terrible for the PC market, with sales seeing their biggest decline on record. The launch of Windows 10 did little to help the market, being a free upgrade.
Samsung is warning its employees and investors that recent struggles it has faced in terms of profits and sales won't be ending anytime soon and that 2016 looks set to be a very uncertain year.
Microsoft has introduced the second week of holiday discounts on Xbox Live today, valid until January 7th. Discounts are available on both Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles.
If you're one of the people who bought a wearable as a gift this Christmas, it's highly likely that you bought one of Fitbit's offerings, as downloads of its app have jumped quite a bit as of late.
The first wave of discounts on Xbox games over the holiday period have been detailed today and are now accessible on Xbox Live. Discounts are available on both Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles.
The latest data from IDC shows that the wearable device market is still dominated by Fitbit and Apple. But Xiaomi is right on Apple's heels, which should make for an interesting holiday season.
Sales figures for Black Friday week have come in for Xbox One and PS4. Sony and Microsoft both experience significant gains over last year whilst finishing neck and neck in units sold.
There's no denying the extraordinary sales success of Sony's PlayStation 4 - and today, the company revealed just how many of its consoles it's sold since it launched just over two years ago.
The first wave of Black Friday discounts on Xbox One and Xbox 360 are now live, offering price drops on over 150 Xbox titles. Gold memberships are also reduced over the forthcoming ten day period.
A new report from NPD shows that Halo 5, among others games, drove Xbox One console sales to a new high, trumping that of the PS4 for the first time in almost half a year.
Apple's latest iPhones only went on sale a few days ago (although pre-orders have been open for longer) - but the company says that it's already sold 13 million of them, setting a new record.
The PS4 was the best-selling console over the month of August, according to figures released by the NPD Group. Both the PS4 and Xbox One saw increases in comparison to last year's sales.
Xiaomi's latest handset, the Redmi Note 2, had an impressive first 12 hours selling 800,000 units. The news came via Xiaomi's Weibo page touting the sales milestone.
Sony has posted positive profits for the quarter, which is largely due to a high number of sales for the PlayStation 4 However, its mobile division continues to stumble, recording a drop in revenue.
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.
According to the game publisher's latest financial results a big part of its sales is dominated by Sony's PlayStation 4 console, while the Xbox One is very far behind being trumped by PC.
After receiving strong demand of the Apple Watch during its launch, a report says that sales of the hyped wearable have declined significantly, from 200,000 in April, to just around 10,000 today.
According to the latest Gartner report, the overall market will grow slower than expected this year, but two and a half billion devices, including PCs, smartphones and tablets, will still get sold.
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.
According to data from last week, Microsoft sold just 100 units of the Xbox One in Japan, accounting for just 0.1% of console sales. The PS4 maintained a respectable position with 16.1% of sales.
For the year ahead, Microsoft is changing up their internal sales strategy to focus more on daily and monthly active users rather than simply selling more products, only for them to go unused.
Windows Phone sales have drastically increased in Pakistan, thanks to the popular Lumia 535. Volumes sales have been more than iPhones in the quarter, but still face stiff competition from Android.
Apple will expand Apple Watch availability by offering it in more global locations, retail stores and through Apple Authorized Resellers by the end of June.
Microsoft's earnings report for the company's third fiscal year quarter are in, and the numbers on the gaming side show a drop in Xbox sales when compared to Q3 2014.