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.
You might have been distracted by Microsoft's colorful glossy Nokia X2 reveal, but Huawei will grab your attention with its somewhat strangely named Honor 6 flagship. Aside from sporting what is touted to be a processor as fast as Qualcomm's beasts, this smartphone boasts of a incredibly thin bezels that give more space to the device's screen. That screen measures 5.
IBM just reported its quarterly earnings and it's full of good news. It reported darnings per share of $4.32 and revenue of $24.36 billion. That's a beat, all the way around. Wall Street analysts expected $4.29 cents EPS on $24.12 billion in revenue. The expectations for revenue were modest, a 3% decline. IBM still reported a decline, but of only 2%.
PARIS – Huawei is taking another run at the global smartphone dominance of Apple and Samsung.On Wednesday, Huawei, already the third largest smartphone maker, introduced its latest phone, called the Ascend P7.
LG is having a bang up year so far in 2014. The company reported massive increases in profits in Q2 of the year thanks to 14.5 million smartphones shipped pushing net profits up 165%. LG has now reported its Q3 earnings and it has had another bang up quarter with record smartphone shipments.
Square, the San Francisco e-commerce start-up, plans to raise at least $100 million in a new round of venture capital funding, according to a person briefed on the investment.The new round of financing would value the San Francisco-based start-up at $6 billion, said the person, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the talks were private.
What is a flagship? For some companies, it's about cramming as many features into a device as physics allows. For Huawei, it means something else entirely: Though it creates smartphones for the power-hungry crowd, its most eye-catching devices typically favor mass appeal over brawn. Exhibit A: theAscend P7, a smartphone that emphasizes design and user-friendliness over a blowsy spec sheet.
Spotify uses flashbacks to tell a girl's story of her teenage cheerleading team and their secret "Toilet Paper Committee." The TPC put on bandannas and war paint, pile into a car with mass amounts of toilet paper, and find the best houses to hit.Music streaming service Spotify is taking competitors Pandora and iTunes Radio head-on with the release of its first US TV ad campaign.
Earlier this month, Samsung warned investors not to get their hopes up. For the September quarter, Samsung indicated that profits were likely to be 60% lower year over year. True to form, Samsung earlier this week released its earnings report and the results were as grave as the company anticipated.
BERLIN — The holiday shopping season is still months away. But the world’s technology giants are already trying to position their latest smartphones, televisions and other devices for their annual push to consumers around the globe.
Steyer and his wife, Kat Taylor, were hosting the dinner for a non-profit that was trying to raise money.this guy is different than the average entrepreneur." He thought Tetrick had "incredible charisma." Shortly after that meeting, he visited Hampton Creek, and he says he felt even stronger about Tetrick and the company.Is a pretty awesome addition for us," says Tetrick.
Enterprise startup Zendesk is moving full-speed ahead toward its IPO, even though investors have cooled towards cloud companies in recent weeks. Zendesk has not set a date for its first day of trading on the public markets, but it just priced its shares, according to documents filed with the SEC . It plans to sell over 11 million shares at $8 to $10 a share.
Huawei's a smartphone manufacturer that likes to stay very muchon trend. At IFA this year, it unveiledthe latest device in its large-screen Ascend Mate series, which includes a fingerprint sensor akin to that of theHTC One MaxandiPhone 5s.
To no one's surprise, Google -- the company that builds everything from web email services toself-driving cars-- has once again climbed therevenue charts. Today in its quarterly earnings report, the Mountain View company reported it's raked in $15.96 billion in revenue this quarter, which is about a 22 percent growth year-over-year.
If you're rooting for Sony to pull through recenttough times, it's still a cliffhanger, according to itslatestearnings report. On the plus side, PS4 sales have been stellar, up 83 percent over last year at 310 billion yen ($2.8 billion). The good news drops off sharply from there, however, especially with mobile.