Micron doing well
Published in Processors
24 March 2017

Micron doing well


Predicts better revenue


Micron has forecast current-quarter revenue and profit far ahead of what the cocaine nose-jobs of Wall Street predicted.

Lenovo sees third quarter profit slide
Published in News


Slip-sliding away


The world's largest personal computer maker, Lenovo, posted a 67 percent slide in third-quarter net profit.

HTC suffers in the fourth quarter
Published in News


Is the End near?

HTC’s bottom line is getting a thorough kicking and it is hard to see if the outfit is going to pull out any rabbits from hats to save itself before it is too late.

Nvidia does better than expected
Published in Memory


Thanks to its artificial intelligence

While an Nvidia graphics chip seems to be hanging the office laptop's Outlook, the company has seen its quarterly revenue surge more than 50 percent for the second straight quarter and beat expectations.

Nokia does rather well
Published in News
02 February 2017

Nokia does rather well


Buying Alcatel-Lucent sorted it out

Finnish network equipment maker Nokia did better than the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street predicted this quarter.

Nintendo returns to profit
Published in News


But sees trouble ahead


Former playing card maker Nintendo has managed to make its first profit in four quarters thanks to its mobile gaming division.

Microsoft starts to depend on Azure
Published in News


The future is Azure coloured

Microsoft’s latest results show that its future is rapidly depending on the rise of the cloud and its Azure product.

Intel expects a calm flat 2017
Published in Processors


Trying to be Zen about it

Mega x86 chip outfit Intel is predicting a pretty flat 2017 after announcing mixed results for the last quarter of 2016.

Seagate does better than expected
Published in News


Cloud based money


Hard drive maker Seagate has done better than the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street predicted this quarter.

Samsung’s chip earnings cover all manner of sins
Published in Processors


Note 7 and bribery scandal can be safely glossed over

Samsung might have been having a trying time this year, but at least none of it appears to have kicked it too hard in the bottom line.