Nokia’s venture capital arm, Nokia Growth Partners, is planning to invest more in the California-based startup company Pelican Imaging as an attempt to get back customers from top competitors such as Android devices and Apple devices that offers high-end cameras with features and technology that changes picture-taking experience of the users in to a higher level.
This move from the Nokia’s venture capital arm is to encourage the demand of Nokia’s flagship phone line, the Lumia – which handles Microsoft Corporation’s Windows OS – to recover the loss in market share and increase the sales.
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Taiwan’s largest smartphone manufacturer, HTC, has reported their lowest quarterly revenue. According to analyst, this is due to the delayed release of their latest flagship smartphone, the HTC One, that caused the company not to reach their profit target.
In the first quarter of 2013, HTC’s net income decreased 2.8 million USD or 85 million NTD. This is the sixth plunged of revenue said HTC Corp. yesterday in their income report.
HTC’s preparations and getting people excited for the release of HTC One suddenly lost momentum when the company stumbled in some issues in . . . → Read More: HTC Corp Hits Record Low Revenue in the First Quarter of 2013
HTC One is finally out.
Today, HTC Corporation finally introduced its newest flagship smartphone, HTC One. It was several weeks ago when the company announced its plans of building-up a new flagship phone as specs and images were leaked in the several websites.
HTC One is priding itself with a 4.7″ full HD 1080P screen with a resolution of 468 ppi. It also features a zero-gap aluminum unibody with a quad-core 1.7 GHz Snapdragon 600 CPU, 32 GB or 64 GB of storage, and 2 GB of RAM. Additionally, it has a 2300 mAh battery, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, and LTE.
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Microsoft has gone beyond analysts’ quarterly financial estimates, with strong sales of its Office software and Xbox 360 games console leading the charge.
According to the report, the company increased a record of eight percent in income, taking in $17.4 billion. The company as well observed a four percent boost in income, taking in $6.2 billion. In spite of the increase in income, the reports were not all well. The Online Services division of the company, which houses its flagship Bing Search Engine, saw its ongoing loss extend losing $728 million on incomes of just $662 . . . → Read More: Microsoft’s Quarterly Financial Projections Have Been Aided by Xbox 360
Apple is set to boost its flagship iPad tablet’s power, beginning trial production of its next generation A6 chip.
Apple has restored its previous chip supplier Samsung Electronics for Taiwan-based TSMC, according to the report.
According to a statement from an unnamed source, Apple has started a trial production run of the A6 with TSMC. An future more permanent agreement would reportedly follow should TSMC meet Apple’s desire production rates and averages.
The sources remarked that, “TSMC has got all the authorization and details ready. Whether Apple puts in a formal order . . . → Read More: Apple Develops Its New A6 Chip for iPad Tablet Empowerment