HTC has announced that it made just $2.8 million in the first three months of 2013, which Bloomberg claims is its slimmest profit on record.
HTC is continuing to suffer. Despite the launch of its well-received One X, the latest financial results show that the company's profits have dropped 79 percent from last year.
In the second quarter of 2012, Samsung sold 50.5 million smartphones—twice as many as Apple—which sees the company extend its sales lead ahead of the iPhone.
Google Co-founder and CEO Larry Page spoke candidly about the future of Google during the company's recent earnings conference call. Page wants to make Google's products more social and the best way to do that is through Google +.
RIM, the maker of BlackBerry, was absolutely destroyed yesterday in the stock market. But that's just part of the story. RIM is screwed.
The good news for Microsoft: a record 16.2 billion dollars of revenue last quarter! The bad news: that's in spite of continued big losses in their online segment, and being passed by Apple in revenue.
It's maybe not that big a surprise, given the huge number of iPhones Apple moved this past quarter, but it's still a big number: AT&T activated 5.2 million iPhones this summer. That's nearly 70% of their entire integrated device activations.
Analysts—AKA journalists who are paid better—are seeing some trouble brewing in the world of Creative. While they're pumping out some hot product, Apple and the Taiwan-SoKo-mafia of tiny OEMs with cool PMPs are eating their lunch.