Yesterday NVIDIA held their quarterly earnings call and Tegra was the hottest topic, being mentioned close to 50 times. Even though Tegra only accounted for $360 million in 2012 (roughly 9% of NVIDIA’s revenue), investors had many questions about the future of the mobile application processor business.
Earlier in the year, analyst were expecting anywhere ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy S III truly is the next big thing in Android land right now, even though the device has not been officially announced. Many of us expected Samsung to unpack their next flagship phone during Mobile World Congress in late February, but the latest rumors suggest it will not ... Read More »
Who will have the lowest-power, highest-performance mobile processor in Android devices by the end of this year?
Qualcomm tried to clear up any confusion about the launch of their new processor micro-architecture, code-named Krait, on today’s Q3 2011 earnings call. “We sampled the Snapdragon MSM8960 ahead of schedule this quarter,” said Steven Mollenkopf, Qualcomm’s Executive ... Read More »
Google’s earnings call for the second quarter is now coming to an end, and the company has a lot to be happy about. In terms of revenue and net income, Google exceeded Wall Street expectations with $9.03 billion in revenue and $2.08 billion in net income. That’s a 32% growth in revenue compared to last ... Read More »
Sprint reported their Q2 results today and beat analysts expectations when they revealed their first total net wireless subscriber growth in three years and its best postpaid churn result ever. For the quarter Sprint gained 111,000 subscribers, which is their first subscriber growth since 2007.
Android took central stage during the earnings call as Sprint ... Read More »