Texas instruments (NASDAQ: TXN) recently increased its revenue target from $2.69 - $2.91 billion to $2.80 - $2.91 billion, owing to better demand. Earlier, the company had complained of “weak demand” and tepid conditions in the Chinese and European economies. Furthermore, it exited the smartphone business and decided to wrap it up as early as Q2 2013.
Recently Texas Instruments left the mobile business, and its CEO had more »
Well, we all know 2012 has been quite good for NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) despite sluggish PC growth. It has seen continuous innovation in the GPU segment, which has kept this Santa Clara-based company resilient against all odds. The company has significantly grown its revenue in the consumer products business, from only 7% three years back to almost 30% of the total revenue. Over the last five years, NVIDIA’s earnings more »
Well, it seems the patent war has subsided and we are now heading onto the 'Android War'. In one of the accusations against Samsung, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has brought to notice that features used in Google's Android system also mimics the features of the Apple iOS. Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) CEO Larry Page and Apple counterpart Tim Cook reportedly met in order to discuss the intellectual property disputes. Since the more »
Chipmaker NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) is on a roll, as it clocks robust growth in the surging tablet and mobile devices market. The California based company has already estimated revenue for the month of October at about $1.25 billion, more than what analysts at Bloomberg expected.
NVIDIA has recently bagged numerous orders from various Smartphone and tablet makers such as Google for the Nexus 7, which uses its more »
Verizon (NYSE: VZ) reported yet another quarter of spectacular revenue, proving its consistency in terms of growth and performance. Its Q2 revenue is commendable at $28.5 billion and earnings per share of $0.64, up 3.7% and 12.3% respectively from the comparable quarter last year.
To talk about the future of this New Jersey based company is to talk about strong long term goals:
The company has more »
Well, some experts say yes. But I think most people would think otherwise, especially after the company wrote down $8 billion due to the failure of its services business. The company finally admitted that they had paid too much for the failing EDS acquisition.
For the last few quarters, Nokia (NYSE: NOK) has been performing poorly owing to the sharp decline in popularity of their Symbian models, as well as the less than adequate sales figures of their Lumia smartphones running Microsoft’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) Windows operating system. The company has seen constantly shrinking sales volume in the US and optimism seems quite far fetched as of now, though Microsoft is planning to come more »