LG has posted its financial results for the second quarter of 2019, revealing an increase in sales, but a decrease in profits. The company's smartphone division continues to perform poorly.
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Huawei posted an impressive gain of 23.2% in revenues for the first half of 2019, compared to the same period last year, despite its highly publicized battle with the U.S. over security concerns.
This week we found got to see Microsoft's results for the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2019, the announcement of a public preview of Project xCloud at gamescom, and more. Catch up on the news below.
Seven more days have passed, and Microsoft's been busy during that time. FY19 Q2 results, Skip Ahead, a bunch of game additions, and a whole lot more can be found in the handy roundup below.
Despite a slump of 15% in iPhones revenues in the first quarter of the fiscal year, Apple set a number of new records, including earnings per share, as well as revenues derived from the Mac.
Apple announced its financial results for the fourth quarter of its fiscal year 2018, showing that the company generated more revenue during that period than in the same timeframe from a year ago.
Microsoft released its earnings report for the third quarter of its fiscal year 2018 today, reporting strong year-over-year growth for Xbox, Surface, Azure, and more, on $26.8 billion in revenue.
Having racked up an operating profit of ¥178 billion for the fiscal year ending March 2018, Nintendo announced that Shuntaro Furukawa will succeed its retiring president, Tatsumi Kimishima, in June.
Microsoft released its earnings report for the second quarter of fiscal year 2018 today, showing significant growth. Revenue is up by 12%, while Azure is up by 98%. Office and Xbox also did well.
The Taiwanese company had its worst financial performance in 13 years last month, leading to a report that it may be close to selling its smartphone group, or at least become a "strategic partner."
The publisher recently announced its financial results for the past three months, and digital downloads and add-ons continued to contribute a significant share of its profits thanks to GTA Online.
After a long and difficult road to profitability, Sony has finally returned to the black after it reported its latest financial results for the quarter ending June 30 thanks to its Imaging division.
The microblogging service released its latest financial statement earlier today, reporting revenue that beat Wall Street's expectations but the company failed to increase its monthly active users.
Thanks to its booming semiconductor business and stronger than expected sales of the flagship Galaxy S8, Samsung recorded a massive rise in its operating profit for the second quarter.
Microsoft has published its latest earnings report for the final quarter of its 2017 fiscal year, revealing more strong growth for its Azure cloud business, and another decline in Surface revenue.
Qualcomm has released its third-quarter financial results, reporting a 40 percent slump in quarterly profit and an 11 percent drop in revenue, greatly affected by its ongoing legal dispute with Apple.
Netflix handily beat analysts' expectations of 3.2 million subscribers, adding 5.2 million new customers in the second quarter of 2017. The company's stock is up more than 10% in after-hours trading.
Apple says that it sold 50.8 million iPhones last quarter, a 1% decrease year-over-year - but its iPad sales fell by a lot more. Mac sales are up though, and so is revenue and net income.
Microsoft's latest financial report shows continued strong performance for the company's cloud platform and its Office business, and while gaming and search revenues rose, Surface and Phone dropped.
Coinciding with the results of its parent company, SoftBank, ARM Holdings has posted its first post-acquisition quarterly results with strong performance partially supported by a fall in the pound.
Microsoft reported net income of $6.5bn on quarterly revenue of $26.1bn, beating Wall Street expectations, with strong growth for its Cloud and Office businesses - but other areas were a mixed bag.
The headline for Microsoft's latest quarterly earnings results is much the same as last quarter. The company saw big gains in Surface, cloud and Office revenue, but phone and gaming were down.
Apple's latest financial results paint a bleak picture for its device sales, which all fell year-over-year, along with a 27% drop in net income to $7.8 billion - but its Services business grew by 19%.
HTC says it lost $148 million last quarter - its fourth quarterly loss in a row - but even more troubling is the massive collapse in its revenue, which plummeted by 64% year-over-year.
Apple's latest quarterly results are in: revenue is down 13% year-over-year, net income down 23%, iPhone sales down 16%, iPad sales down 19%, and Mac sales down 12%. But its cash pot is up to $233bn.
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.
Despite reporting record earnings and profits, Apple's Mac sales dropped by 4% year-on-year, while iPad sales plummeted by 25%. iPhone sales growth stalled too, and Apple predicts a fall next quarter.
BlackBerry published its latest quarterly results today - and after selling just 800,000 smartphones, and booking a larger-than-expected loss, it's confirmed that a new Android flagship is on the way.
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%.
Twitter published its latest financial results and they are very mixed. On one hand the company beat analysts' estimates on revenue, while on the other user growth is barely existent.
Nokia has shown decent growth throughout the last financial quarter and has managed to beat market expectations since offloading its loss making mobile phone business earlier this year.
HTC has announced its financial results for the second quarter of the year which saw the company return to profitability but also resulted in drop of sales compared to previous quarter.
Nokia has released preliminary financial information for Q4 2012, reporting that sales of its Lumia Windows Phones jumped to 4.4m, with "better than expected" results for the company as a whole.
Google mistakenly announced its third quarter 2012 financial numbers in the middle of the trading day today. The error caused a downturn in Google's stock and trading was halted temporarily.
Facebook has revealed it now has a total of 955 million users worldwide as part of its first official reveal of its quarterly financial results since going public in May.
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.
Ahead of its IPO launch, Facebook announced its first quarter 2012 financial results with $1.06 billion in revenues, $205 million in net income and 901 million monthly users.
The Cupertino-based company Apple has today announced its financial results for the fourth quarter, beating out the predictions and thusly seeing some nice stock price increases. This quarter has seen Apple hit its best results...