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It's refreshing, as we have all been rooting for HTC since the PDA era, to finally report on positive figures and outlook for the Taiwanese company.
Samsung has posted its financial numbers for the first quarter of the year. The company is seeing declines in all major categories.
Sony published its financial numbers and the Japanese company sells 6.5 million smartphones in FY2018, 50% less than FY2017.
Nokia has recorded a loss of more than $280 million in the quarter, despite the international status quo surrounding Huawei.
Huawei said that its revenue for the first quarter of the year has increased by 39 percent, despite having a hard time with its 5G business in the US.
HTC revenue is continuing to drop year-on-year, despite an optimistic spike in March, due mostly to sales of its new VR devices.
In a recent company statement issued today, Samsung is predicting lower-than-expected earnings for the first quarter of the year.
Apple France has agreed to pay French authorities back-taxes which could amount to 500 million euros (around $571 million).
Samsung revenue numbers are in for the last quarter of 2018, as well as for the entire fiscal year 2018. The mobile division is slowing down.
LG revenue numbers have been made public by the company, and, while total revenues are at a record high, mobile division numbers are suffering.
We know that there is a weaker-than-usual demand for iPhones, but apparently the reason behind it is cheap iPhone battery replacements.
Rotating chairman Guo Ping said that 2018 Huawei revenue is expected to grow 21%. Company remains leader in telecom gear and 2nd in smartphones shipped.
We're getting another indication of weak iPhone Xr sales, this time around, from a company that offers touch solutions for Apple.
The figures representing the HTC November revenue aren't at all promising as they are 70 percent down year-on-year. Check it out!
Sony has released its financial report for the third quarter and the company reported selling less phones than before. Read more!
Samsung has posted its Q3 2018 results, and, while the mobile division didn't perform at its best, it hopes 5G and foldable smartphones will boost it.
While Apple is leading the pack after becoming the first $1 trillion U.S. company, Amazon managed to fall losing second place to Microsoft.
HTC revenue has reached a 15-year low, according to recent reports, with the company continuing its downward financial spiral.
New tariffs have been imposed by the US Administration but the Apple Watch and other gadgets are exempted for now. Read more!
President Trump acknowledges Apple prices going up, advises company to start manufacturing its products in the US instead of China.
Nokia scores major European Investment Bank loan in order to support its 5G research, development and innovation efforts.
Qualcomm is trying to expand overseas by opening an operations hub in Taiwan. It also has to because of a recent settlement.
After talking with shareholders and the Board of Directors, Elon Musk informed everyone via a blog post that Tesla stays public.