Sprint sells 1.5 million iPhones in Q1, but subscriptions and revenue are flat
Sprint sells 1.5 million iPhones in Q1, but subscriptions and revenue are flat
                       

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Sprint reports quarterly net loss of $643 million, sees iPhone sales drop by a third

www.engadget.com
Sprint managed to lose a million customers and over a billion dollars last quarter. This time it's not quite as bad, with a net loss of $643 million on revenue that was broadly equivalent to the same quarter of last year (around $8.8 billion). Those following the carrier's big...
Sprint reports quarterly net loss of $643 million, sees iPhone sales drop by a third

Sprint Losses Continue With $643M Shortfall In Q1 2013, On Negative EPS Of $0.21, And Revenue Of $5.8B

techcrunch.com
New Sprint’s Q1 2013 earnings today revealed that although Sprint may have slowed its decline, it’s far from out of the woods. Sprint’s reported earnings reveal a slight slowdown with losses narrowing from $1.3 billion last quarter to $643 million this quarter. The company reported losses of $0.21 per share, as...
Sprint Losses Continue With $643M Shortfall In Q1 2013, On Negative EPS Of $0.21, And Revenue Of $5.8B

Sprint's Nextel defection drives 415,000 subscriber loss in Q1

news.cnet.com
New Sprint slightly narrowed its loss as customers on the Nextel side of the business continue to drop off ahead of the network shutdown. The company added 1.5 million iPhones in the quarter. [Read more]...
Sprint's Nextel defection drives 415,000 subscriber loss in Q1

Sprint: 1.5 Million iPhones Sold, $8.8 Billion Revenue, $29 Million in Operating Income

allthingsd.com
New Wireless carrier Sprint, which is currently the object of affections from both SoftBank and Dish Network, on Wednesday reported $29 million in operating profit on revenue of $8.8 billion. That compares to an operating loss of $255 million in the year-ago quarter on a roughly similar revenue base. The company...
Sprint: 1.5 Million iPhones Sold, $8.8 Billion Revenue, $29 Million in Operating Income

Nintendo misses profit goal as Wii U, 3DS sales sag

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New Sales of Nintendo's Wii U and 3DS fell short of the company's targets last fiscal year, pulling its profits down to half of what it expected.Nintendo sold 3.45 million Wii U consoles globally in its fiscal year ended March 31, 14 percent below the goal of 4 million Nintendo...
Nintendo misses profit goal as Wii U, 3DS sales sag

Police Flex Muscles Again, Arrest Admin of Sweden's #2 BitTorrent Site

torrentfreak.com
According to the IFPI, Sweden’s music market grew by 13.8% in 2012, a period in which the rest of the world could only manage 0.2%. The labels are impressed with Sweden’s performance and are now called upon by counterparts worldwide to tell the story of how they pulled off this...
Police Flex Muscles Again, Arrest Admin of Sweden's #2 BitTorrent Site
Nintendo makes second consecutive annual loss as Wii U misses expectations

Swype Android keyboard out of beta, available in Google Play Store for $0.99

www.geekwire.com
Swype’s Android keyboard is finally out of “beta” phase and now available to the masses. Swype, a Seattle-area startup that was acquired by Burlington, Mass.-based Nuance  for $102.5 million back in October 2011, has arrived in the Google Play Store. Previously, the keyboard that allows you to form words by dragging...
Swype Android keyboard out of beta, available in Google Play Store for $0.99

Apple posts $9.5 billion net profit in Q2 2013: sells 19.5 million iPads, 37.4 million iPhones

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Apple has been on a roll for, well, almost as long as we can remember. Basically since the debut of the iMac, the company has been riding a rocketship back from brink of irrelevance. The iPod, iPhone and iPad have all led it to post record quarter, after record...
Apple posts $9.5 billion net profit in Q2 2013: sells 19.5 million iPads, 37.4 million iPhones
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