Intel does not need PCs for growth
Published in Processors

Predicts it can make its cash elsewhere

Intel said 2016 sales will climb in the "mid single-digit" percent range and said it didn’t need a buoyant personal-computer market to make piles of dosh.

Asustek expects to make a profit
Published in Motherboards

Motherboard stands for comfort

You would expect everything in Asustek to be dire given that it makes notebooks, smartphones, tablets and desktops and these are dropping down the blackberry.

MediaTek posts record results
Published in News

Richtek acquisition was a good deal

MediaTek posted record quarterly results yesterday thanks partly to its purchase of analogue IC specialist Richtek Technology.

Take-Two makes another killing
Published in News

This time financially

Video game outfit Take-Two’s third-quarter adjusted revenue nearly tripled, topping analysts' estimates, as sales of its "Grand Theft Auto V" and "NBA 2K16" titles surged.

Nintendo’s results weaker than expected
Published in Games

But 3DS sells well

Nintendo has reported a weaker-than-expected operating profit for the July-September quarter but there are signs that things are picking up.

Early China launch saved Apple's figures
Published in News

Analysts worried about cracks in the dam

Despite doing its best to spin yesterday’s results, the Fruity cargo cult Apple’s figures are starting to show signs that the outfit is unable to maintain its record growth.

Logitech makes a noise about results
Published in News

Best retail growth in five years

While the recession has been biting PC makers, Logitech is jolly pleased with its financial results.

Outlook still bleak for Biggish Blue
Published in News

Still not making money

IBM has been selling the family silver but still can’t buy itself out of trouble as its cloud business has not picked up yet.

More poor results from AMD
Published in News

Has to flog plant 

AMD's woes are deepening as its profits continue to fall and it lacks any high tech product to pull its nadgers out of the fire.

Intel has strong earnings result
Published in Processors

Even if data centre business slumping

Intel beat Wall Street's revenue and earnings targets but is predicting trouble ahead.