And this time it is cloudy
After years languishing under the reign of its shy and retiring CEO Steve “there is a kind of hush” Ballmer, it seems that Microsoft is back in a role of global dominance, thanks to it actually betting on cloud technology reasonably early.
Surprises Wall Street
Chipzilla has surprised the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by reporting a better-than-expected quarterly earnings and revenue.
Cloud helps out
The ever shrinking Biggish Blue posted better-than-expected third-quarter revenue thanks to its moves to the cloud and analytics businesses.
Thanks for the memory
Memory-chip maker Micron Technology reported better-than-expected fourth quarter revenue, which saw its smallest decline in a year, as pricing improves and the personal computer market starts to make its big comeback.
Rest of the business doing brilliantly
Samsung expected to report a higher than expected third quarter profit, despite having to write off a fortune because of the global recall of its Galaxy Note 7.
IDC reports a three percent fall
While their are suggestions that PC sales might be picking up, life is not so good for people trying to peddle servers, according to beancounters at IDC.
PC market is back from the dead
It is starting to look like the PC market is picking up and Intel has raised its quarterly revenue forecast for the first time in more than two years.
Wall Street getting interested again
Wall Street’s key investment service Moody’s is suddenly getting more optimistic about AMD and boosted its ratings.