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HTC Profits Down, Pins Hope To New Flagship M7 Smartphone

Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has unveiled its last quarter profits for 2012 and it makes for glum reading. The firm saw a 91 per cent fall in profits, and to rub even more salt into the wounds it’s been revealed the firm received an unlikely endorsement after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was apparently seen […]

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Nokia’s Profits Up, As Apple’s Shares Fall 10% After Missing Lofty Wall Street Expectations

Nokia and Apple have both revealed their final quarterly earnings for 2012, and while both companies have done well, the markets seem to have a different views with regards to their performance.

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Opinion: Has The Mobile Tech World Lost Its Ability To Really Innovate?

Apple’s innovative use of the touchscreen was one the main reasons why Apple took the mobile world by storm and became the tech goliath we all know and love. But with Apple apparently preparing a new iPhone just four months after the release of the last – has Apple and many other tech giants lost their ability to really innovate in the mobile space, and are they just going through the motions?

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Apple Announces £5.1 Billion Quarterly Profit As It’s Forced To Apologise To Samsung

Apple has unveiled its latest quarterly profits and while it missed Wall Street forecasts they did make a healthy £5.1 billion profit.

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Samsung Posts Records Profits, As It Readies New Galaxy S3 Mini And The S3’s Successor

Samsung has announced that it made record profits in 2012 – thanks in part to healthy sales of devices like the Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Note 10.1 and, of course, the best selling non-Apple smartphone the Samsung Galaxy S3. According to the Korean technology giant they made £4.5 billion in 2012 and that’s almost double […]

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Apple Posts Record-Breaking Quarterly Profits, Announces WWDC Dates

Apple surprised investors with its latest quarterly results as they revealed that profits had jumped a whopping 94% compared to the same time last year. The Cupertino company’s shares rose sharply in after hours trading as the quarterly results were way above what analysts had predicted. The above record-breaking earnings were attributed to the successful […]

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*Updated* Apple Wednesday: Profits, OX Lion and iPhone Release Date

The Apple store is now live again and a new MacBook Air is available to buy.  OS X Lion is now available to buy too. If you have multiple Mac’s you only need to pay the £20.99 once as you are granted a licence for multiple devices. It’s quite an important day for Apple today […]

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Q2: How Have Smartphone Manufacturers Performed?

Two giants of the Android running smartphone market Samsung and HTC are due to unveil their Q2 profits in the coming weeks and analysts are predicting big figures. CCS Insight analyst Geoff Blaber blabbed: “We expect second quarter earnings to reveal a widening gulf between the winners and losers.” Apple and Nokia are also set to announce […]

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