Wall Street fumes at Foxconn
Published in News


Expenses probably because of new iPhone costs 

The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street are furious that Apple’s number one chum Foxconn fell short of its estimates by a huge 25 percent.

Memory supply too tight to mention
Published in Memory


Transcend warns of growing prices


DRAM and NAND flash memory chip prices will rise as supply remains tighter than a jar of peanut butter at a squirrel convention.

Xiaomi sees soaring sales
Published in Mobiles


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.

Symantec's bottom line improves
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Raises revenue forecast

Maker of the somewhat clunky Norton software, Symantec raised its full-year adjusted revenue forecast above what the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street predicted.

Apple shows how to spin bad news
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Falling profits, lower sales, chinese outlook bleak – press still goes mental

The fruity, tax-dodging, cargo-cult Apple managed to convince the world’s press it was doing ok despite falling iPhone sales, declines in China and a fall in profits by 14.6 percent.

Sony reports highest first quarter profit
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Could be a record breaker 

Sony has reported its highest ever first-quarter operating profit, and it looks like the electronics giant might get its highest annual profit in two decades.

Nokia warns of trouble ahead
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Let's Face The Music And Dance

Finnish network equipment maker Nokia did better in its quarterly profits than many expected, thanks mostly to a deal it signed with the fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple.

LG is a bit poorly
Published in News


Mobile losses climb

LG Electronics  - formerly known as Lucky Goldstar -said continued losses in its mobile unit limited growth in second-quarter profit to 13.6 percent, as the firm prepares to release a handset in the third quarter which will sort out the mess.

Former Wii maker flushed with success
Published in Games


Bog standard profits at last


The former maker of the Wii, Nintendo, said it swung to a profit in the first quarter, beating analyst estimates thanks to strong demand for the Switch.

Samsung sees profits up by 72 percent
Published in Memory


Thanks for the memories


Samsung Electronics has said its second-quarter operating profit rose 72 percent from a year earlier to a new record.