Spotify and Apple Music clearly dominate the music streaming business in the United States, and they will only keep on growing more powerful
The Chinese company already finds it hard to make big margins off of hardware when volume makes up for it and services multiply that profit.
Revenues for the month of August were down again, if only slightly in sequential terms and, again, signficantly year-over-year.
With the three new iPhones expected out in September, GBH Insights believes this will get "fence sitters" to stand up and go buying.
Apple takes a 30 percent cut from in-app purchases from developers. This has ruffled app publishers' feathers for way too long and they're acting on it.
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.
Home appliances and home entertainment made good money for LG this quarter, but low-end phone sales collapsed in a saturated market.
The largest contract semiconductors company in the world lost out on cryptocurrency mining chips and will rely on selling iPhone chips to make up for it.
Three iPhones led the market share pie while Chinese players took the back half of the top ten. Samsung's flagships were also represented at the top.
On a proportional basis, LG will be doing way better than its behemoth competitor Samsung. Still, investors may shirk at how much it spent on marketing.
HTC's track record has been downward for several years now and this past month was an especially steep step to the ground.
The company itself has already culled down estimates on sales and revenue, but investors are wringing their hands over innovation.
That's a hike of approximately 260 percent. What's up with this rocket and what does this mean for people who have lines with AT&T?
While it's a sequential gain, the year-on slide is horrid. That said, much hangs in the balance on a momentous June with sales of a new flagship starting.
Smaller app makers want to launch free trials for their products just like the big publishers who have subscriptions and are eligible for higher revenue shares.
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.
The world's biggest contract chipmaker is apparently facing some tough goings with its biggest client. Most high street analysts say its Apple.
Relatively speaking, HTC has done nothing in smartphones to make waves so far this year. But it has been able to eke out a little good in a sea of bad news.
The two chaebols are expecting to good fiscal quarters this time around and the markets are expecting them to beat their expectations.
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.