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Apple Artificially Inflating Valuation: Analyst By Grab Media, a blinkx company Apple announced a share buyback, stock split and dividend increase. Tech analyst Rob Enderle from Enderle Group tells the WSJ's Joanne Po that these moves are artificially inflating the company valuation. ...Read More »
Apple doles out cash, Facebook beat underwhelms By Grab Media, a blinkx company Apple wows the street with a 7-for-1 stock split that overshadowed a plunge in iPad sales. Meanwhile, Facebook easily beat forecasts but a slowing growth rate for active sign ups could be a problem for the high-flying stock. Conway G. Gittens reports. ...Read More »
Apple doles out cash, Facebook beat underwhelms By Grab Media, a blinkx company Apple wows the street with a 7-for-1 stock split that overshadowed a plunge in iPad sales. Meanwhile, Facebook easily beat forecasts but a slowing growth rate for active sign ups could be a problem for the high-flying stock. Conway G. Gittens reports. ...Read More »
Apple doles out cash, Facebook beat underwhelms By Grab Media, a blinkx company Apple wows the street with a 7-for-1 stock split that overshadowed a plunge in iPad sales. Meanwhile, Facebook easily beat forecasts but a slowing growth rate for active sign ups could be a problem for the high-flying stock. Conway G. Gittens reports. ...Read More »
Apple doles out cash, Facebook beat underwhelms By Grab Media, a blinkx company Apple wows the street with a 7-for-1 stock split that overshadowed a plunge in iPad sales. Meanwhile, Facebook easily beat forecasts but a slowing growth rate for active sign ups could be a problem for the high-flying stock. Conway G. Gittens reports. ...Read More »
Galaxy S5 Has Stronger Launch Than IPhone 5s (Report) By Grab Media, a blinkx company The release of a new Samsung Galaxy phone might not generate the same hype and fanfare as an iPhone launch, but some new stats suggest otherwise. According to a sales report from retail data company iQmetrix, the Galaxy S5 had a stronger opening launch weekend than Apple's iPhone 5s. ...Read More »
Have We Already Reached Peak IPad? By Grab Media, a blinkx company Apples latest earnings report was mostly good news for the company, but there was one potentially dark cloud: iPad sales. On the quarter, Apple sold 16.35 million iPads, which was below the consensus estimate of 19.7 million units sold . If theres any good news for the iPad in this, its that the year-over-year sales drop isnt as bad as it first looks. Analyst Jan Dawson points out that the “real year-over-year sell-through decline in iPad was just 3% vs. 16% sell-in decline.” ...Read More »
ITunes Now Has Nearly 800 Million Accounts, Most With Credit Cards Attached By Grab Media, a blinkx company In June of last year, Apple announced that over 575 million accounts had been created for iTunes. Just 10 months later, theyve grown that number by nearly fourty percent. On the Apple earnings call today, Tim Cook announced that they were just about to surpass their 800 millionth iTunes account. The crazy part? The vast majority of those accounts have credit cards attached to them. Thats nearly 800 million accounts with one-click purchase access on things like the App Store. ...Read More »
Video: Qualcomm Shields Profits As Chip Sales Slow By Clip Syndicate Qualcomm posted higher quarterly sales on Wednesday that nevertheless missed analysts’ forecasts. The industry’s big concern may be finally hitting home, with a looming saturation of the market for smartphones in developed markets like the United States and Europe. One highlight for investors though: Qualcomm raised its earnings per share forecast for fiscal 2014, saying it expects non-GAAP, diluted earnings per share of $5.05 to $5.25. Though sales are up, growth is slowing. ...Read More »
Qualcomm Shields Profits As Chip Sales Slow By Grab Media, a blinkx company Qualcomm posted higher quarterly sales on Wednesday that nevertheless missed analysts forecasts. The industrys big concern may be finally hitting home, with a looming saturation of the market for smartphones in developed markets like the United States and Europe. One highlight for investors though: Qualcomm raised its earnings per share forecast for fiscal 2014, saying it expects non-GAAP, diluted earnings per share of $5.05 to $5.25. Though sales are up, growth is slowing. ...Read More »
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