Category: Handsets & Devices


T-Mobile US encourages smartphone promiscuity

T-Mobile US has a habit of doing things that people don’t expect, to such an extent that it’s now expected. One of the latest moves is to have a go at rejuvenating the subsidized smartphone model.

Sony says don’t forget about us

Sony has reported positive first quarter at 15% year-on-year growth, with the majority of business units pitching in to the party.

Huawei reports slowest growth for four years

Huawei has reported its numbers for the first six months of 2017, hording an impressive $42.03 billion, but at 15% year-on-year growth it is the slowest in four years.

Samsung semiconductor sales smashes second quarter

The Samsung consumer business might have gone down in a ball of flames last year, but 2017 is proving to be a different type of game as the semiconductor business unit reports impressive growth.

Chinese smartphone market declines 3% in Q2

New research from Canalys estimates the Chinese smartphone market has hit decline for the first time in six quarters, but its only bad news for the challenger brands.

Intel adds to Qualcomm legal woes

We’re not too sure when, but at some point in the near future Qualcomm execs are going to start waking up in the middle of the night sweating over the fear of another lawsuit appearing in the morning.

Nokia handset maker HMD loses its CEO

The company trying to resurrect the Nokia mobile phone brand – HMD Global – has announced its CEO is moving on for undisclosed reasons.

Qualcomm quarterlies take a fruity hit

Legal aggro with Apple and BlackBerry contributed to a revenue decline of 11% and a profit plunge of 40% in Qualcomm’s latest quarterlies.

Vertu signals the end

Bafflingly expensive mobile handset brand Vertu seems to have finally called it a day following numerous reports of its demise.

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