Q2 2021 yielded a mixed bag for Samsung, with higher revenue and component shortages. Despite this, it aims to make foldables mainstream.
Over the past three months, sales of the iPhone 12 accounted for $48 billion of Apple’s $89.6 billion record revenue for Q2 of 2021.
Sony has shipped 3.3 million units during the first three months of the year, which is a drop from the previous quarter for the PS5 console.
Following its Q4 2020 report, Apple confirms there are 1.65 billion active devices across the globe, with over a billion being an iPhone.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic impacted several aspects of its business, Samsung was able to post a profit of 26.4 percent in Q4 2020.
According to its latest report, Samsung says demand for new smartphones during the pandemic helped it achieve its highest quarterly revenue figure ever.
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.
The site generated roughly $5 billion in ad revenue over the past three months for Google.
The firm has laid out objectives for the year following a recent quarterly earnings report.
The firm also sees operating profit fall by 56 percent in its latest quarterly report.
The firm’s latest quarterly report confirms a significant milestone for the PS4 console.
The cloud division of Amazon still remains one of its biggest revenue contributors.
Tesla’s latest quarterly results are mixed at best, with Elon Musk providing possible reasons as to why.
Chip sales were way down, but Galaxy S10 numbers proved solid, according to the company.
Tim Cook and the gang saw a revenue growth of 22% this quarter though that’s mostly thanks to the iPhone.
Mobile firm grows overall subscriber base but kicks off those who aren’t using their phones.