That bubble has burst now
After sliding its slide-rules, flicking its abacus, and counting its toes, the beancounters at Gartner have decided that the smartphone business bubble has burst splattering in the face of those who depend on it.
Reporting miserable results
HTC is having a pretty terrrible day after having to report a dismile quarter with falling sales.
First improvement in five months
Global semiconductor sales saw a slight increase in March for the first time in five months.
More arriving in few days
Meizu M3 Note is a great deal for 799 Yen (109.85 EUR or $123 USD) and the sales in China proved that. Meizu managed to sell 100,000 phones within seven minutes.
New report good news for Taiwan
Worldwide server shipments are on the rise with a spin off effect on motherboards, servers, storage and related network equipment makers.
Lowest in nine years
Quanta has reported that its net profits declined 5.6 per cent on year to US$538.91 million for 2015, the lowest level in nine years.
It looks like the PS4 is continuing to clean Microsoft's clock in the console wars, outsellng the Xbox by a million units in the UK.
But what is 10 million between friends?
The Western Press is having a field day after Xiaomi failed to meet its rather ambitious target of flogging 80 million handsets in 2015.
Strong US dollar to blame, amongst other things
Worldwide PC shipments dropped 8.3 percent in the fourth quarter which was the worst sales have been since 2008, beancounters at Gartner Group said.