Nvidia reports increased sales for latest quarter - NotebookCheck.net News
YoY results are down for Tegra processors and professional Quadro and Tesla GPUs.
Consumer Reports' top three smartphones are... Samsung, Samsung, and Samsung - NotebookCheck.net News
Consumer Reports' ratings of top smartphones are currently topped by the Samsung Galaxy S8+, S8, and S7 Edge.
Samsung denies reports of OLED and LCD business separation - NotebookCheck.net News
The South Korean manufacturer will not be spinning off its lucrative LCD or OLED display businesses despite a recent Korea Times report claiming otherwise.
OnePlus reports over one million registrations for OnePlus 2 invites - NotebookCheck.net News
While OnePlus One sold about 1.5 million units since launch, more than 1 million OnePlus 2 reservations have been recorded in just three days.
Consumer Reports award best tablet crown to iPad 2 - NotebookCheck.net News
Original iPad and Motorola Xoom tie for second place
Samsung reports higher profits for Q3 2015 - NotebookCheck.net News
Samsung is again on the rise for Q3 2015. Sales and profits for semiconductors, displays, and smartphones are seeing gains.
Intel reports drop in net income for 2015 - NotebookCheck.net News
The slow PC market last year had a slight impact on Intel's annual and quarterly results save for its IoT and DCG branches.
RIM denies reports on banning Android apps in Playbook - NotebookCheck.net News
The rumors about the side loading being favorable for running pirated apps have been denied saying that it is just for developers to share the beta versions.
InMobi reports shows Tablet ad impressions up by 771% - NotebookCheck.net News
Tablet ad impressions were up by 771 percent globally in 2011, as revealed by a research by InMobi
Lenovo reports impressive Q2 2011 results - NotebookCheck.net News
The Chinese manufacturer almost doubled its profits for the second quarter
Reports of iPad 2 display defects surface - NotebookCheck.net News
Early reports indicate iPad 2 may suffer from screen “bleeding” and yellow spots
Consumer Reports reverses opinion on Macbook Pros after retests - NotebookCheck.net News
Following Apple's fixes, the consumer watchdog conducted retests on Macbook Pro laptops and concluded that the battery life consistency was much improved. They now recommend the notebook.
Apple will work with Consumer Reports following lack of recommendation - NotebookCheck.net News
After Consumer Reports failed to recommend Apple's MacBooks for the first time in the history of the product line, Phil Schiller has tweeted that he is working with the consumer watchdog to find out more about their tests.
Reports claim more than 50 million Windows 10 users worldwide - NotebookCheck.net News
At about the same time that Cyanogen reported 50 million CyanogenMod users, there may already be over 50 million users running Windows 10.
iPhone 8 will support wireless charging, reports say - NotebookCheck.net News
"Industry sources" have provided further confirmation that Apple's next flagship will allow for wireless charging, though it remains to be seen how the company will implement the feature.
HP reports Q2 FY18 net revenue of US$14 billion - NotebookCheck.net News
HP has released reports for the fiscal 2018 second quarter results, and it seems to have been a good financial quarter overall for the California-based company. Net revenue was US$14 billion and GAAP net earnings stood at US$1.1 billion. HP’s results topped a Wall Street prediction of US$13.57 billion for net revenue.
AMD reports more losses while Google sees higher profits - NotebookCheck.net News
The descent of AMD continues as the chipmaker reports less than $1 billion USD in sales for Q2 2015. Meanwhile, Google reports more sales and higher earnings during the same period.
DRAM chip manufacturer SK Hynix reports record profit - NotebookCheck.net News
After recording a record profit in the first quarter of 2017, SK Hynix has broken that record by reporting a second consecutive record profit. Operating profit increased by 24% and net profit by 30% between the first and second quarters.
Nvidia reports huge first quarter revenue growth - NotebookCheck.net News
Nvidia has earned revenue of US$3.21 billion for the first quarter of the fiscal year for 2019. The result for the first quarter in 2018 was US$1.94 billion, which means the GPU maker has enjoyed a huge year-over-year growth of 66%. This success was mainly attributed to data-center business and strong gaming revenue.
Square Enix reports its latest half-yearly financial results - NotebookCheck.net News
Square Enix has published its earnings report for the last 6 months (ending on September 30, 2020). It claims to have made 172.7 billion yen (~US$1.7 billion), or 46% more in sales year-on-year (YoY), for this period. This was attributed to strong performance in areas of its business such as its games (mobile titles including) and merchandising arms.
LG reports record-breaking fourth-quarter profits for 2020 - NotebookCheck.net News
LG has seen revenues and operating profits in the last quarter of 2020 (4Q2020) higher than for any preceding final quarter in the OEM's history. Similarly, it has broken its operating-profit record for the whole of 2020. It made a total of ~US$57.9 billion in 2020, which kept its revenues above the $55 billion mark for four years running.
Intel reports first-quarter earnings for 2019 - NotebookCheck.net News
Intel has made its earnings report for the first quarter of this financial year (Q1FY2019) available to the public. In it, overall revenue is described as "flat" compared to Q1FY2018. Its "data" business has declined by 5% in the same terms, although its "PC-centric" revenues are up 4%.
Huawei reports that it made US$123 billion in 2019 - NotebookCheck.net News
Huawei has released its financial performance report for 2019, which outlines its takings worldwide from all its business, consumer electronics included. They show that overall revenues have increased year-on-year (YoY). However, the growth of its profits did not match those of previous years.
Team Group reports the development of its own DDR5 memory - NotebookCheck.net News
Team Group, the OEM behind the gaming-oriented T-Force memory products, has announced it is working on consumer-grade DDR5 memory. They are to be 16GB in capacity per module and to have a high 4800MHz clock-speed. This project is at a stage at which it is working with companies such as Asus and Gigabyte to see if it can work with their motherboards.
Major UK chain reports tablet sales up 1000% - NotebookCheck.net News
Currys/PC World has announced an increase in tablet sales by 1000% since one year ago, with one device selling every second on Cyber Monday.