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Whatever Apple will call its original video subscription service, one investment house believes it will get customers fast and easy.
The music streaming company wants Apple to lay off interfering in its customer service, marketing and the payment systems it chooses to use.
The mobile game developer houses that have partnered with Nintendo aren't too pleased about the policy which stems from a frankly sensical place.
Amazingly, we've had to make the same comparison for the November 2018 report: 70 percent down from the same month the year before.
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.
Apple may have suffered big losses from iPhone sales thus impacting Largan, but the glass supplier isn't worried and is focusing on more applications.
It's not just Apple's 30 percent cut from app publishers' revenues that has one analyst worried: it's the App Store's sole existence on iOS.
Weaknesses in the Chinese market compounded the sinkhole collapse of this holiday season for Apple.
The cellular industry contributies billions of dollars in taxes to California coffers for lifeline connectivity programs, but that money pile has shrunken.
It's not exactly clear what buoyed revenues for the month where not much sway was generated by anything the company did. It's good news, though.
Apple is really behind on its royalty payments to Qualcomm, a lawyer for the chipmaker said in court.
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.