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HTC Just Made Its Lowest Profit Ever

HTC has announced that it made just £1.8 million in the first three months of 2013, which Bloomberg claims is its slimmest profit on record. Read More >>

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Mike Lazaridis Calls it a Day and Retires from BlackBerry

BlackBerry's just released its latest set of financial figures for the last year, showing it sold roughly six million smartphones and "approximately" one million BB10 devices. But the real shock news is the decision of co-founder Mike Lazaridis to resign his positions of vice chair and company director. Read More >>

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Revenue Up, Profits Down, Windows Still Plugging Away as Usual for Microsoft

Microsoft announced its latest set of financial numbers last night, with Windows 8 helping the company's Windows division to record a 24 per cent increase in profits. Read More >>

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Samsung Profits Rocketing Amid Smartphone Domination

Samsung's quarterly profits exploded by 76 per cent in the final three-month chunk of 2012, thanks to soaring demand for its smartphones and the many internal bits it supplies to other makers. Read More >>

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HTC's Finances Just Keep Getting Worse

HTC is continuing to suffer. Despite the launch of its well-received One X, the latest financial results show that the company's profits have dropped 79 per cent from last year. Read More >>

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Samsung Sells 50 Million Smartphones a Quarter, Twice as Many as Apple

In the second quarter of 2012, Samsung sold 50.5 million smartphones—twice as many as Apple—which sees the company extend its sales lead ahead of the iPhone. Read More >>

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Motorola Mobility Made a Loss of £44m in 2011

Despite shipping 10.5 million mobile phones and 200,000 Xoom tablets in the fourth quarter of 2011, Motorola's mobile division still managed to slump to a rather large £44m loss in 2011. That's down from a £42m profit in 2010. Read More >>

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Is Google Going To Conquer The World With Google +?

Google Co-founder and CEO Larry Page spoke candidly about the future of Google during the company's recent earnings conference call. Page wants to make Google's products more social and the best way to do that is through Google +. Read More >>

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