The stock of Apple (AAPL) iPhone lens manufacturer Largan Precision fell 10% on Wednesday, December 6, 2017, after it announced that revenue for December 2017 is expected to decline.
A quietly fought patent licensing dispute has yielded $137 million for Nokia (NOK) and has cost BlackBerry (BB) a similar loss.
Nokia (NOK) wrote down roughly $164 million in goodwill on its digital health business in 3Q17, which came as a disappointment.
Nokia (NOK) has not concluded the strategic review of its undersea cables business, known as Alcatel Submarine Networks, or ASN.
US-based (SPY) action camera maker GoPro (GPRO) announced that it will be expanding its software engineering team in Bucharest, Romania.
Sony’s original Aibo sold for between $600 and over $2,000. The new Aibo starts at $1,700, a price that puts the product in the range of competitors.
The halting of the original Aibo was tied to Sony’s efforts to try to control costs and pare losses in its electronics businesses.
Last month, Sony unveiled the updated Aibo dog-shaped pet robot—more than a decade after the company discontinued the original Aibo in 2006.
After Samsung decided to plug into Google’s AR software platform, ARCore, it emerged that Apple has quietly acquired Canada-based AR headsets maker Vrvana.
Selling IoT (Internet of Things) end points appear to a natural market for Samsung, as it is already a leading global consumer electronics company.
A few months ago, Samsung said that it would bundle its pre-existing IoT services into a new unified IoT platform named SmartThings Cloud.
Mobile navigation systems maker Garmin (GRMN) has tied up with Amazon.com (AMZN) to launch a new smart speaker device aimed at the automotive market.
From the no-comment by Juniper and the denial by Nokia, there appear to be no active merger talks between the two companies right now.
Nokia (NOK) recently broke with its culture of not commenting on market rumors to state that it isn’t discussing the acquisition of Juniper Networks (JNPR).
In Comcast’s (CMCSA) 3Q17 financial results, its EBITDA rose 5% YoY (year-over-year) to $7.2 billion.
Comcast’s (CMSCA) filmed entertainment unit, which is part of its NBCUniversal segment, reported ~$1.8 billion in revenues in 3Q17.
Comcast (CMCSA) ended 3Q17 with long-term debt of $59.7 billion, compared with $55.6 billion in 3Q16.
Comcast (CMCSA) continues to enhance shareholders returns through huge share buybacks.
In August 2017, media conglomerate Comcast (CMCSA) entered an agreement with one of the leading residential solar power operators in the US, Sunrun (RUN).
In order to boost its small business clients, Comcast is enhancing its voice service portfolio by launching a cloud-based phone service, VoiceEdge Select.