Google and Oracle have a five-year lawsuit ongoing, where the latter – makers of the popular Java software element – are seeking damages against the search engine giant and makers of Android. It is in this lawsuit that Oracle
It was bound to happen sooner or later – Samsung has been one, if not the most prolific gadget maker in the global market in terms of number of models out in the market. But with the Korean giant’s profit margins shrinking
IHS, which has performed similar teardowns of other smartphones for the same purpose, will be publishing a paper later today that shows just how much went into making the Samsung Galaxy S5. According to the research firm, the
LG has just released its last financial report for 2013, covering both the final quarter and the full-year earnings. While LG's financial status has been positive overall, it was still marred by some bad news on all fronts.
Samsung has just released its third-quarter earnings report and, quite unsurprisingly, the figures show a strong quarter with a rise in the manufacturer's operating profits. Analysts, however, are concerned about the company's
Proving analyst estimates wrong, Samsung has shown a strong financial third quarter in its latest financial posting. This was largely due to more affordable smartphone models being sold in emerging markets. Continue Reading...
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos confirmed that the Kindle nets zero profit for Amazon. Rather, they sell them at cost with the hopes of making up for it with sales of ebooks, videos, and music downloads, according to the BBC. For a while,
Samsung has put up a new personal best $7.3bn profit for Q3 2012. This is the highest quarterly profit in the companies' history, and much of it is likely fueled by the popularity of the Galaxy S III and other Android devices. Of
A new teardown report of ASUS and Google's new Nexus 7 tablet has been released that conflicts with previous reports. After announcing the tablet Google was quoted saying they were making no profit from the tablet, but that
Ready for the most exciting news of the day? Well, this isn't it, unless you're just getting off your shift on the NYSE. Google's posted its quarterly results for the first quarter of the year, and while generally rosy, they're