Facebook reported its Q2 earnings this week, and the company boasted record revenues of $2.91 billion and $791 million net income, the latter up over 50% from the same period a year ago. The massive company now has 1.32 billion monthly active users and 829 million daily active users, up 14% and 19% y/y respectively.
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If you’re in the market for an upcoming LG G3, available August 1st from Rogers, Bell, Videotron, MTS, SaskTel and Videotron, an accompanying $49.99 QuickCircle case might be the perfect accessory. Unlike last year’s model, the G3 sports a removable back cover, allowing for a case to not only protect the front but give the
LG has committed to updating its malleable Rogers-exclusive LG G Flex to Android 4.4.2 KitKat by the end of July. The device launched in early April with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, and while the rest of the world has been using it with KitKat for some time, the Rogers variant has taken an awfully long
Chitika has once again compiled tablet usage (different from market share because it takes actual usage patterns into account), and shows that while Apple still dominates the market, Samsung and Amazon are slowly eating into its share.
As leaked last week, Google has begun rolling out what a company representative calls the “first rollout phase” of the new Play Store. One of the first self-proclaimed Material Design apps, Play Store 4.9.13 works essentially the same as its predecessors, but sports a brand new content view. The first thing one will notice is
Fleksy has been making a relatively big splash in the Android keyboard market over the past year, owing to its unique gesture-friendly input method. The company has announced that Fleksy 3.0, available today, will provide a new user interface and premium themes through the Fleksy Store, similar to what SwiftKey offers.
Samsung is preparing a full-out assault on Apple’s new iPhone — the iPhone that both hasn’t been announced or released. The company released a short 30-second spot highlighting the benefits of the Galaxy S5, both in size, specs and capabilities, over Apple’s iPhone.
Microsoft FY14 Q4 earnings: $6.48 billion profit on $23.3 billion revenue, owns up to tragic Nokia loss
Microsoft posted its fiscal Q4 2014 results today, and the mood must be good at the executive offices in Redmond despite an announcement of 18,000 job losses, most of which are from Nokia. Indeed, Nokia was the major black spot on a fairly positive balance sheet. The company posted revenues of $23.38 billion (all numbers USD)
Nvidia is ready to put its money where its heart is, assuming that people want a gaming tablet with an optional gamepad. Unveiled today, the Nvidia Shield Tablet is a C$329 device with a 1200p screen and the first consumer-ready Tegra K1 SoC, the ultra-fast gaming CPU/GPU combo revealed in January at CES. The Cortex-A15
Nokia Canada has promised to release new Lumia devices besides the already-announced Lumia 635 this year, reassuring loyal fans that it is still very much involved in the country’s smartphone ecosystem. Nokia hasn’t released a high-end device in Canada since the Lumia 1020 last summer while big launches like the Lumia 1520, Icon and 930 have