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Q3 2010

RIM Q3 beats the street; good Q4 guidance

December 16th, 2010

Research In Motion reported its third quarter earnings Thursday evening, and it beat Wall Street’s estimates in several key areas. The BlackBerry maker’s revenue was up 40% year-over-year to $5.5 billion on record shipments of 14.2 million devices — also up 40% year-over-year. This beat the street’s consensus of $5.4 billion in revenue and shipments …

iPad takes 95.5% of tablet market in Q3

November 2nd, 2010

A new $7,000 report released Monday by research firm Strategy Analytics takes an in-depth look at the hot new tablet PC market. We’ll give you the highlights for free. In the report, SA states that Apple’s iPad owned a mammoth 95.5% of the global tablet market in the third quarter of this year. Android tablets, …

Apple passes RIM to become fourth largest phone vendor

October 29th, 2010

With just a single phone model in its repertoire (two including the iPhone 3GS, which is still available for purchase), IDC reveals Apple has passed RIM to become the fourth largest cell phone vendor in the world. Last quarter, Apple sold 14.1 million iPhone units to snag 4.1% of the global market. RIM rang up …

AT&T reports record quarter, again driven by iPhone sales in Q3

October 21st, 2010

AT&T reported a huge quarter Thursday morning, once again propelled by the success of Apple’s iPhone. The nation’s second largest wireless carrier activated a record 5.2 million iPhone units during Q3 2010 — a huge leap from its previous record of 3.2 million in a single quarter. 24% of those iPhone activations were new customers. …

Apple eviscerates Q3 earnings estimates, revenue up 78% year-over-year

July 20th, 2010

Apple’s been getting a little bit of bad press lately, but it clearly isn’t hurting their bottom line. In a press release today, the Cupertino company announced earnings for Q3 2010 ending on June 26th… and they’re impressive. The company posted revenue of $15.7 billion for the quarter with earnings per diluted share coming in …

Microsoft's profits jump in Q3

April 23rd, 2010

Yesterday, Microsoft announced its Q3 2010 earnings, and we’re pleased to report things went well for the Redmond, WA company. Riding the success of Windows 7, Microsoft beat analysts expectations with $14.5 billion in revenue and a net income of $4.01 billion or $0.45 per share. As previously mentioned, Windows 7 was a smash hit …