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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about more details of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, the new RED Hydrogen 2, Huawei's revenues and more
The mobile game developer houses that have partnered with Nintendo aren't too pleased about the policy which stems from a frankly sensical place.
The impact for this quarter looks to be minus $550 million. The hope is that TSMC can make it back up to customers the next quarter.
You can upgrade to a 5G phone and use the new network at your current price, but T-Mobile will also offer more services you can pay for based off of 5G.
It plans to continue growing its user base, subscriber base and through acquisitions... but Spotify has no expectations of making money this year.
A strong US Dollar has caused runaway price hikes in emerging markets that have made the new iPhones unappealing to foreign buyers.
The company that has built itself on the iPhone has been undone by the iPhone, at least for this holiday season. Sales in Greater China slumped hard.
Weaknesses in the Chinese market compounded the sinkhole collapse of this holiday season for Apple.
The company is working its way up towards sales growth with international expansion and increased appeal of its flagship phones.
Revenues for the month of August were down again, if only slightly in sequential terms and, again, signficantly year-over-year.
Mobile gamers can rejoice if they're looking to jump on a second-generation Razer Phone. The company has confirmed its development in its latest earnings.
Sprint is a ship that's just turning around and not without trial and failure. T-Mobile is hopping from strength to strength.
Sony Mobile is now generating operating losses and is expected to continue digging its own hole. Meanwhile, look at how that PlayStation flies...
The music streaming company remains focused on growth of its user base as opposed to profits. And its recent reporting seems to put it in a good position.
HTC's quarterly revenues were down again in the January - March 2018 timeframe, generating an operating loss of around $175 million, but thanks to a recent Google deal, the Taiwanese company actually posted a net profit.
Oddly enough, Spotify was very close to target with market expectations and could have done better with more favorable currency fluctuations. But alas, shareholders went crazy and drove prices south.
Tim Cook says that the iPhone X outsold all other available iPhone models in the winter quarter, just as it had in the month or so of the holiday season it launched in.
LG Electronics had a great overall first quarter of the year, generating profits of over $1 billion. The chaebol's mobile division lost money once again, but the G7 ThinQ might be a winner.
Given the stumbling blocks Qualcomm has in front of it, such as Apple, Chinese regulators and grabby investors, the company has done a good job with the bottom line.
The world's biggest contract chipmaker is apparently facing some tough goings with its biggest client. Most high street analysts say its Apple.
It no longer comes as a big surprise that HTC isn't capable of making money, losing more than ever over a three-month period that's generally very lucrative for tech manufacturers.
There truly is no end in sight to HTC's financial misery, which has further deepened in February 2018, with a new record set for low monthly earnings.
Before it can return to quarterly profitability with Google's help, HTC's monthly income scores are still shrinking, and new Vive headsets will probably not help that much.