BlackBerry Z10, the recently released smartphone from RIM, had its latest boost in stock after Chief Executive Officer Thorsten Heins stated that the new BB Z10 are off to a good start in Canada, its hometown.
On Wednesday, Heins noted in a keen statement that the new smartphones had a record-high on its very first day of release in Canada. BlackBerry Z10 sales surged to over fifty percent. This figure is better compared to any launches they had for BlackBerry phones in the same country. In the U.K., the demand is also high with its sales three times better compared . . . → Read More: BlackBerry Z10 boosts in stock
After the big reveal of Research In Motion, the BlackBerry maker, BB Z10 is reported to be selling in high records for the first week that it’s out in the market in both Canada and Britain.
BlackBerry Z10′s biggest test will be on March when it will be released on sale in the U.S.
The new smartphone for RIM is a touch-screen phone which is already gotten a good start in Britain. This is the biggest compared to the other models of BlackBerry.
The company noted that BlackBerry’s Z10 is making it three times more than the prior models. . . . → Read More: BlackBerry Z10 sales high in Britain and Canada
In 2012, a survey data has shown that smartphone sales made a record high which has taken a large slice of the mobile market worldwide.
According too Strategy Analytics, a research form, smartphone shipments globally have increased to 43 percent to seven hundred million units last year. Samsung, the South Korean tech giant ranked first, capturing over thirty percent of the mobile market, further extending its lead against Apple and other competitions.
Moreover, the survey data also has shown smartphones accounted for close to half of the total 1.6 billion mobile units sold last year. For the total units sold, . . . → Read More: Samsung leads smartphone market
In 2012, Apple Inc.’s sales results were reported to be low. However, iPhone 5 was one of the best selling gadgets of last year and it was the iPad that did not have the same sales level due to supply issues.
An analyst from JPMorgan Chase & Co., Mark Moskowitz and his team has found out that the near-term constraints of Apple’s supplies in November has impacted and affected the sales of iPad.
Originally, Moskowitz has estimated that Apple Inc. would sell iPad units at 20.1 million during the month of December. But now, the current prediction is at 18.4 . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 sales are strong, but iPad sales could frustrate investors
On Wednesday, Samsung charged the iPad Mini of its biggest rival Apple, as well as the fifth-gen of iPod Touch and fourth-gen of iPad, claiming that these have violated its patents. As a result of this, Samsung asked a federal district court to add the mentioned devices to the latest patent battle against Apple.
The complaint of Samsung is alleging Apple that its current gadgets and devices has infringed the same patent as the other versions it has. Moreover, the company also has claimed that all of the products of Apple, which included an external audio output port and a . . . → Read More: Samsung to add iPad Mini and latest iPod Touch on a case violating its patent
Is it true that Microsoft consumer is getting low pinch by pinch as Apple slowly or maybe quickly dominating the technology market?
Five years ago, Microsoft claimed a total profits of $14.398 billion and reported an income of $6.589 billion. A week ago, the company’s sales revenue was $17.407 billion and reported a profit of $6.374 billion – that is just a slight decrease which can be or might be recovered in the coming months. Microsoft is still expanding, although not speedy. And they are truly generating less money.
In comparison with Apple, Five years ago they reported . . . → Read More: Decreasing Consumer of Microsoft
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