Chipmaker showing signs of recovery
On Thursday, AMD took the wraps off its Q2 earnings results and revealed a surprising upswing in revenue momentum that many investors anticipated would not emerge until Q3 at the earliest.
Down 28 percent, partly from economic slowdown in China
Earlier today, we mentioned that AMD was expected to report revenues for Q4 2015 with at least a 10 percent revenue decline as the chip maker struggles to turn its profits around. This afternoon, the company reported its fourth quarter 2015 and fiscal year 2015 revenue earnings results, showing a 23 percent revenue decline from lower sales of CPUs, lower demand for GPUs used in game consoles, and an economic slowdown in China.
Will use it to ramp up Blackberry 10 production
Facing pressure in tablet market
28 per cent growth
Still in the red, but improving
You were probably not expecting this
iPhone 4, iPad fuel growth
16 million DX11 parts shipped thus far
A quarter to remember