Still did pretty well
Xiaomi chairman Lei Jun’s prediction of his company selling 80 million to 100 million smartphones in 2015 might not be coming about after all.
The dream is over
For a while now we have been warning that Apple is losing ground in pretty much all its business sectors but now it seems some figures are confirming it.
IDC predicts only minor recovery next year
Beancounters at IDC have poured cold water on hopes that the PC market will do better next year.
Sony has confirmed that it has sold more than sold more than 30.2 million PlayStation 4 consoles
More than $750 million in a day
Post-apocalyptic Fallout 4 game has sold 12 million copies in just 24 hours. The Call of Duty Black Ops 3 generated $550 million in 72 hours and fell to second place on the 2015 best seller list.
Still not hit rock bottom
Global notebook shipments have continued to fall and do not appear to have hit rock bottom yet.
Sales continue to fall
Beancounters at Gartner say that the rising US dollar is helping to kill off PC sales.
And they said 100 million couldn't be done
While the rest of the smartphone industry is in the doledrums, Chinese phone maker Huawei is likely to hit is ambitious 100 million sales target.
Wall Street has already seen through it
Yesterday Apple announced that its sold more than 13 million iPhone 6s and 6s Pluses in its first three days of launch and claimed it was a record. The Tame Apple Press sent its staff to dance in the streets, but the question was why does Wall Street look even more coldly at Jobs Mob?
Will be in 130 countries before end of 2015
Weather you were impressed with the new S, S Plus and its 3D touch, Apple has so far convinced 13 million people to buy it during the first three days of sale.