Qualcomm says its fiscal fourth-quarter profit slipped 9 percent as revenue from the mobile phone technology it licenses and mobile-phone chips it makes declined.
Mobile game publisher Glu Mobile narrowed its loss, reporting a net loss of $4 million in the third quarter compared to a net loss of $56.9 million a year ago.
Nokia Siemens Networks is planning layoffs and a reorganization of its business units in an effort to return the struggling infrastructure company to growth and profitability.
Nokia is taking the axe to its mobile gaming platform, N-Gage. In a Friday blog post, the company said it will stop publishing new games for the N-Gage platform next year.
TeleNav filed a registration statement Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission to raise as much as $75 million in an IPO.
Global semiconductor sales continued to improve in the third quarter, according to an industry trade group, though revenue remains below year-ago levels.
The economy hasn't completely shaken the recession, but signs are abloom pretty much everywhere that things are indeed getting better.
Alcatel-Lucent's brief return to profitability has come to an end. After one quarter of posting its first profit since 2006, the infrastructure giant once again fell...
Japan's largest wireless carrier, NTT DoCoMo, saw its second-quarter profits slump while handset sales and rising data revenue failed to offset continued declines in voice.
Novatel Wireless, supplier of the MiFi hot spot device, reported a net income of $6.2 million in the third quarter compared with a loss of $1 million in the year-ago quarter.
The global economy isn't doing much for Japan's Kyocera. The company says sales of mobile phone handsets remained low...
Long-struggling Motorola made a profit, its second-quarterly move into the black after months of losses and falling market share.
Sprint Nextel reported widening losses for the third quarter despite improvements in nearly all aspects of its business.
ZTE reported 2009 revenue to date from principal operations of $6. 274 billion, representing growth of 41.27 percent compared with the same period last year.
Verizon Wireless has done a pretty good job fending off the iPhone, continually beating AT&T in terms of its net subscriber additions.
Amazon.com announced earnings for its third financial quarter of 2009 and saw share prices soar in early morning trading today.
AT&T today reported impressive financials for third-quarter 2009. The telecom giant cited record wireless gains on top of strong growth in its U-verse service as the main drivers for its recent success. Overall, third-quarter revenues totaled $30.9 billion.
The tough market environment is catching up to Ericsson, which reported a 71 percent drop in third-quarter net profit.
Sales were up 9 percent in the third quarter for ST-Ericsson, the joint chip venture of STMicroelectronics and Ericsson.
What do you get when you take a high-end computer manufacturer, throw in the top smartphone on the market and sprinkle it with 85,000 apps?
"Frenemies" – friend/enemies – iPCS and Sprint Nextel have apparently settled their differences. Today, Sprint said it would buy iPCS for $426 million in cash.
It won't be any surprise when Apple comes out looking like the best and brightest after it reports its quarterly earnings later today.
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications announced better-than-expected third-quarter earnings today, beating analyst expectations.
Nokia took major hits in its third quarter from a slump in handset shipments, lower device prices and a substantial one-time charge on the falling value of its network assets.
HELSINKI (AP) —Nokia is expected to report a further drop in quarterly profits and sales on Thursday as the global economic crisis continues to hurt demand in the mobile phone industry.