HP continues to suffer
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Revenue drops

The maker of expensive printer ink, HP is continuing to suffer, torturing itself with a ruthless restructuring.

Foxconn revenues up nearly 20 per cent
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Consumer electronics still strong

Foxconn Electronics is continuing to make a pile of dosh on the back of its consumer electronics business.

MediaTek's profits drop 12 per cent
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20 per cent lower than last year

The war with Qualcomm appears to have had its causalities amongst Mediatek's bottom line.

Samsung copies Apple's poor results
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Smartphone slide continues 

Samsung had a downbeat outlook for the second half of the year as smartphone market growth slows. 

LG Electronics reports 45 percent plunge
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LG Electronics has confirmed that it had a rubbish second quarter.

The company announced that earnings sank 45 percent over a year earlier as losses widened in its TV business and smartphone sales dried up. 

Microsoft´s Q2 canned by Nokia write-off
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Worst quarter result in ages

Microsoft presented an awful financial report for its fiscal fourth quarter which showed its Nokia right off and poor software sales.

We were right Apple results are grim
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Tame Apple Press is spinning like a mad thing

Yesterday we warned the Tame Apple Press would be spinning what were expected to be bad results and we were right.

Big Blue plummets further
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Reaching limbo levels

IBM revenues fell for the 13th quarter and missed the fairly low expectations of the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street.

Apple press gears up for shock results
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They will be great honestly

The Tame Apple Press is gearing up to spin tomorrow's financial results, even though there are some suggestions that they will not be that great.

Huawei makes a bomb
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Who needs USA?

While everyone is moaning about the downturn of the smartphone industry, Huawei is seeing a 30 percent increase in revenue.