The market is no longer flat
New statistics suggest that smartphone use is not just flat, but is in total decline.
Worth $129.8 billion
Beancounters at IHS Markit have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and worked out that the global semiconductor industry revenue grew 7.4 percent sequentially in the third quarter of 2018, reaching a record $129.8 billion.
Who would have thought an overpriced phone would be such a loser?
Fruity cargo cult Apple's share price has fallen after its suppliers warned that their bottom lines would be taking a caning due to poor sales of the iPhone.
The smartphone bubble has finally burst, according to a new Internet Trends report.
Reporting directly to Jim Anderson
Up until January, Darren Grasby an ATI sales veteran, was working as President EMEA and Global Channel Sales at AMD. A month later he was promoted to run Corporate VR Global Computing and Graphics Sales and president for AMD in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Matthew Zielinski, President and SVP
This happened over a month ago but I noticed recently that the former Corporate VP and President of Global sales MNC at AMD departed to do the same for job for Lenovo. This might be the biggest sales loss since John Byrne went to become the President of Sales at Dell.
Now below 100 million a year
Beancounters at IDC have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and reached the conclusion that desktop PC sales in 2017 fell below 100 million for the first time.
$412.2 billion in sales
The global semiconductor industry posted sales totalling $412.2 billion in 2017, according to the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).
Up 58 percent on last year as Apple slips
Chinese vendor Xiaomi Technology saw its smartphone shipments soar 58 percent on year to 23.2 million units fn the second quarter of 2017.