Huawei's annual earnings report is out and it's a mixed bag, since while turnover increased by 11.7 percent to 203.9 RMB ($32.3 billion), profits plummeted 53 percent to 11.6 billion RMB ($1.8 billion). Revenue from overseas sales (138.
Huawei 's Honor sub-brand may not exactly be known, especially in the West, for premium grade smartphones, but it is changing that perception with the newly unveiled honor V8 . For one, it flaunts some of the highest specs you'd see in an early 2016 flagship. Yes, including at least one variant with a QHD screen.
On the earnings call, CEO Tim Cook gave some context for the iPhone sale slump. Specifically, he said that while iPhone 6S upgrades were outpacing those when the iPhone 5S launched, it hasn't been able to match the "accelerated" upgrade cycle the company saw when it launched the iPhone 6 in 2014.
BARCELONA, Spain—Where Microsoft's Surface is all about sharp edges and a monolithic look, Huawei's new MateBook—a convertible tablet powered by Intel's Core m processors—is a far more svelte affair. And make no mistake, Huawei is going after Microsoft's premium hardware with the Windows 10 MateBook, as evidenced by the numerous comparisons the company made between the two devices during its MWC.
Huawei P9 is perhaps one of the most anticipated flagship smartphones today since the Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5. It impressed us mainly because of the Leica-branded dual camera lens . We learned of Huawei's partnership with the German camera maker a few weeks before official launch.
he smartphone market, as you know, is currently not growing. However, my view of that is it's an overhang of the macroeconomic environment in many places in the world, and we're very optimistic that this too shall pass," Cook said.Apple delivered its March-period earnings report on Tuesday afternoon. Itmissed estimates forearnings per shareby $0.09, and the stock is down 8% in after-hours trading.
And after reaching the billion count for most of its users metrics, Facebook is getting even closer to breaking that figure for monthly daily users, which clocked in at 989 million (a 24 percent bump from last year). Indeed, mobile continues to be Facebook's biggest area of growth -- it also saw a 21 percent jump in people using the service monthly, reaching 1.51 billion.
Facebook ’s first quarter 2016 financial report is in, and the numbers are fantastic across the board. In the quarter ending on March 31, Facebook saw its year-on-year total revenue increase 52-percent, hitting $5.3 billion in comparison to the same quarter last year ($3.5 billion). “We had a great start to the year,” Zuckerberg said in a statement.
The question is: Why? Why would you as a user want all of this integration? Why not just download Uber and request a car that way? Meanwhile, why would a developer or a business want to bake its services into Messenger? Wouldn't it prefer that users download its apps instead? Last, why does Facebook want to add all of these features anyway and potentially weigh itself down with so many added.
Move over Minecraft , there's a new kid in town. Well, as far as crazy and mind-blowing creations are concerned. While Super Mario Maker has indeed let a thousand creative ideas bloom, you probably wouldn't expect someone to create a computer right inside the game. A computer running inside a program running on a computer.
"At this point in its development, Pivotal, a 3–year old company with strong financial and customer momentum, now has no long-term debt, strategic investors, and significant cash," says a Pivotal spokesperson.Indeed, alongside last week's funding announcement, Pivotal also announced that it had a $115 annual run rate, with the Pivotal Cloud Foundry product doing $200 million in annual bookings.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has had a nice three months. On February 9, three months ago, Amazon's stock was trading at around $482a share. On Tuesday, it finished at an all-time high of $703.07. That's a nice increase for Amazon investors, and for the company itself, which now boasts a market cap of roughly $332 billion. But the biggest winner is undoubtedly Bezos, the company's founder, who owns 17.
Fingerprint scanners are really becoming sundry, to the point that even mid-range smartphones like the Nexus 5X and, the perhaps inappropriately nameed, Huawei 5x have them. But like any additional component, they do incur costs, not only in build materials but also in design changes, especially when one has to carve out space for the sensor on the back like Huawei's smartphones or force the.
In a blog post, MakerBot CEO Jonathan Jaglom cited "the volatility of an emerging market" and the need to reduce manufacturing costs as the main reason for the move. Meanwhile, MakerBot's design, engineering, logistics and repairs teams will remain in the company's offices in Brooklyn.
If the new variants of the Huawei watch didn't make you say "wow", we don't know what will. We already knew the Chinese OEM would be releasing the new Elegant and Jewel variants aimed at the ladies but we didn't expect they would be this beautiful. We've seen a few back in January but seeing all the other variants made us think that Huawei really got it right for the ladies.
WeWork is raising $780 million in new funding that places it at a $17 billion valuation, reports Fortune . Thesuper-hot office-rental company,which has already raised $969 million in funding at a $10 billion valuation, was already the 11th most valuable startup in the world without accounting for this round.
IDC says this quarter is the smallest year-over-year growth in smartphone shipments since smartphones were invented. This doesn't mean that shipments are going down - not exactly, anyway. Vendors shipped 334.9 million smartphones worldwide in the first quarter of 2016 (1Q16). This is slightly more than what they shipped this same time one year ago - 334.3 million units.
Spotify hit the 3 million mark in January 2012, six months after it made its US debut . The green-hued streaming option announced earlier this month that is subscriber number now stands at 30 million . As far as Apple Music is concerned, Cupertino's music service tallies 10 million paying users according to reports that surfaced in January.
ASUS will launch the ZenFone 3 in June, the company’s CEO has stated. More than 90-percent of the next-generation ZenFone handsets will feature Qualcomm processors, as well, with the remainder using MediaTek instead. Following the early summer launch, ASUS will start shipping the phones in six countries this upcoming August.