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HTC U Ultra hands-on

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5 flagship features mid-range phones need in 2017

by Robert Triggs 5 days ago41 comments

Nougat is now rolling out to Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge!

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130 articles

Note 7 recall could cost more than $1 billion, as Samsung Q3 results loom

Analysts are estimating that Samsung's Q3 profits could fall by as much as 8.6 percent, if the Galaxy Note 7 recall costs exceed $1 billion.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 22, 201656

Intels buys computer vision chip designer Movidius to enhance RealSense

Intel has announced plans to purchase computer vision chip developer Movidius, and will be integrating the technology into its growing RealSense platform.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 6, 20161

Lenovo mobile and PC revenues fall, but profits boosted by property sale

Q2 2016 figures from Lenovo show declining revenue from its mobile and PC businesses, although a Beijing property sale boosted company profits.
by Robert TriggsAugust 18, 20164

HTC 10 fails to connect as Q2 revenue falls

HTC has released its Q2 2016 financial results, showing slight improvements quarter-on-quarter, but a large fall in revenue since last year.
by Robert TriggsAugust 3, 2016125
 
 

BlackBerry reports $670 million loss, but still exceeds its expectations

BlackBerry has reported a $670 million net loss for the first quarter of 2016, although the company has exceeded some expectations and has plans for new Android hardware this year.
by Sean KingJune 23, 201622

Intel appears to have given up on smartphones, so what went wrong?

Intel recently reported 12,000 job losses and the cancellation of Broxton, after struggling to make an impact on the mobile market. Here's a rundown of what Intel is up to and has ...
by Robert TriggsMay 2, 201619

Samsung Display loses market share to Taiwanese rivals

Samsung Display lost ground to rival Chinese and Taiwanese panel competitors in the first quarter of the year, according to recent reports.
by Robert TriggsApril 26, 201622

Alphabet Q1 2016 income sees boost from ad revenue

Google’s parent company Alphabet has seen its revenue jump from $17.3 billion to $20.3 billion in Q1 2016, following a boost to advertising income.
by Robert TriggsApril 22, 20163

Samsung predicts strong Q1 ’16 profit, driven by Galaxy S7 sales

Samsung Electronics has issued its Q1 2016 earning guidance, predicting a 4 percent growth in revenue and 10 percent boost to quarterly profits.
by Robert TriggsApril 7, 20166

Foxconn finalizes takeover of Sharp after reducing the price to $3.5 billion

After a month long delay, Foxconn has completed its acquisition of display manufacturer Sharp at a cost of 389 billion yen (approximately $3.5 billion).
by Robert TriggsMarch 30, 20162
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