Disney has announced that it now boasts 94.9 million subscribers but curiously, average monthly revenue per subscriber has dropped 28 percent.
Unsurprisingly, Microsoft’s product range has helped businesses and private individuals work through the pandemic.
According to its latest report, Samsung says demand for new smartphones during the pandemic helped it achieve its highest quarterly revenue figure ever.
On the back of releasing its results, Netflix’s share price fell by five percent because investors were not happy.
AMD president Dr Lisa Su says that AMD is on track to deliver Zen 3 and RDNA 2 by the end of the year.
Huawei has had to contend with a global pandemic and increased resistance to its 5G hardware, but still managed positive net profit for H1 2020.
Revenue at Zoom clocked in at $328.2 million for the first quarter of this year.
Vodacom reports that data traffic for the year was up 66 percent.
Uber posted a net loss of $2.9 billion in its latest quarterly report.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has however challenged staff to make the firm profitable by Q4 2020.
41.67 million Nintendo Switch consoles have been shipped so far.
While earnings and subscriber numbers are up, the average earnings per user haven’t moved much at all.
Unsurprisingly it’s the shortest amount of time a film took to hit that mark.
The firm is scrapping games and initiatives which are under-performing despite earnings being higher than ever.
FIFA is still popular but sales of FIFA 19 were hampered by competition.
The firm says what we’ve all been thinking – the RTX was too expensive and there are not enough games that support the tech.
Netflix says that its films are becoming as successful as its series are.
The music streaming service is now one (or two) quarters away from profitability.