This week, the Redmond firm released its report for Q1 of fiscal year 2020, along with a couple of Insider builds, as well as the announcement of a new exclusive Mixer streamer. Catch up below.
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As another week comes to an end, we take a look at Microsoft's Q3 2019 results, a few changes related to the May 2019 Update, and the death of Sets. Be sure to catch up via the handy guide below.
Netflix, for the first time, shared some of its viewership numbers in its Q4'18 report. It also said that it's focusing more on stealing time from other activities than subscribers from competitors.
Samsung has posted a surprisingly positive financial report, outperforming even its own expectations, while also being more profitable than Apple for Q2 overall, and leaping Intel in the chip market.
Despite the "exploding" Galaxy Note7 fiasco and worldwide recall, Samsung still expects to make a lot of money in Q3 2016, beating the same quarter last year by 5.5% in consolidated operating profits.
Facebook posted its earnings for the first financial quarter of 2016, and the company blew past all the analysts' expectations. It saw startling growth in mobile ad revenue and users.
Google's parent company, Alphabet, announced its latest financial results today. The firm brought in revenue of $20.26 billion; however, Google is responsible for 99% of that total, or $20.09 billion.
Microsoft has reported its latest quarterly financial results, including a 61% rise in Surface revenue, and solid growth in Office and cloud services - but a massive 46% slide in phone revenue.
As HTC published its latest financial results, revealing its third consecutive quarterly loss, its chief financial officer admitted that its high-end devices did not live up to expectations last year.
On Apple's quarterly earnings call Thursday, they reported that they had earned $1.96 per share, beating Wall St expectations of $1.88 per share driven mostly by strong growth in China.
Microsoft has published its latest quarterly financial results, revealing sizeable declines in phone and Surface revenue, but huge growth for its Azure platform, which more than doubled year-on-year.
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.
Facebook announced its quarterly and full year results last night and has revealed that it now has nearly 1.4 billion active users which include 526 million mobile users.
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.