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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.
LG lost another $192 million on smartphones during Q4 2017, nonetheless reporting all-time high overall annual revenues of $55.4 billion.
Samsung Electronics is keen to avoid a leadership "vacuum" with a younger new generation of managers while making even more money during Q3 than Q2 2017.
Despite relatively strong HTC U11 sales, the company's overall Q2 2017 financial report doesn't look so hot, with a quarterly loss of USD 72 million.
Compared to the first three months of 2016, Fitbit's Q1 2017 wasn't great. But it wasn't as bad as analysts predicted, and that smartwatch is coming soon.
Sony has finally found a way to stop its smartphones from bleeding money, but does it even matter anymore?
While HTC didn't lose as much money during Q4 2016 as a year before, this latest quarterly financial report is bad. Really, really bad.
Not only are Sony smartphones unprofitable or barely profitable these days, also selling in negligible numbers worldwide quarter after quarter.
Everything's going Samsung's way again, with low and high-end smartphone sales, as well as component profits, contributing to stellar overall Q2 scores.
Regardless of analyst projections and investor concerns, Apple CEO Tim Cook continues to believe in his company's short and long-term financial health.
Apple's earnings fall for the first time since 2003. Also, Google helps developers but Android apps on Chromebooks, but will Android and Chrome ever merge?
Sony Xperia handhelds still can't catch a break, with both sales and revenue in free fall, but the company on the whole is doing better than ever.
With the G5 not yet counted in, LG predictably bled money in the mobile segment once again in Q1 2016, striking gold however in other divisions.