Apple posted $81.4 billion in revenue for Q3 2021, representing 36 percent YoY increase, with the 5G-supporting iPhone 12 assisting heavily.
The policy change will see Microsoft let app developers keep 100 percent of revenue if they use their own or third-party payment platforms.
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.
CD Projekt also reveals that Cyberpunk 2077 is receiving an 80 percent cut on Steam.
The site generated roughly $5 billion in ad revenue over the past three months for Google.
CEO Douglas Craigie Stevenson is confident that Cell C can turn the ship around.
It looks like the Chinese firm has not suffered any significant losses due to battle with the US.
The cloud division of Amazon still remains one of its biggest revenue contributors.
Research firm Gartner points to several reasons for the decline, with the US-China trade war being a major contributor.
Creators will be able to have up to five tiers, each with its own perks and unique content available to members.
It’s going to be a tough couple of years for Huawei, but its CEO believes they can recover.
Overall the firm appears to be doing well but locally customer figures are growing slowly and data customers have left the network.
The company which owns Google reported quarterly revenue of $39.3 billion, but saw share prices drop by more than 2 percent overnight.
The company’s recent iPhone sales slump is prompting a rethink of how it prices devices outside the US.
Free-to-play titles were among the top earners in digital gaming in 2018.
The music streaming service is now one (or two) quarters away from profitability.
The network says its been forced to build more base stations while government dilly dallies with opening up spectrum.
“We’re not going to buy something that’s beyond repair, we’ve had that experience,” says CFO.