T-Mobile announced Q3 2014 results including a giant boost in subscribers and LTE network deployment milestones.
Amazon reports huge operating loss, big chunk of which comes from a $170 million charge related to the write-down costs associated with the Fire smartphone.
LG Display has posted financial results for Q3 2014 which shows strong growth in mobile and tablet display revenues.
Sony is preparing to reduce its smartphone sales forecast again. It is believed it intends to reduce its presence in some emerging markets, including China.
Google has released their Q3 2014 numbers, revenue is up, but both GOOG and GOOGL stock prices are down, what is going on?
Samsung’s financial results continue to worsen, as the company struggles to realign itself in response to fierce competition and difficult market conditions.
HTC managed another honorable performance in Q3 2014, beating analyst expectations for a small profit.
Analysts predict that Samsung will post another decline in quarterly profits for Q3, but its semiconductor business might provide a boost come the year’s end.
Sony recently posted a $1.7 billion loss, which it attributed to poor smartphone sales. But with LG, Xiaomi, and others performing well, we explore why Sony is struggling.
Sony realized that its mobile business is not as valuable as it thought and had to book the $1.7 billion loss representing the difference between its estimations and reality.