Number of results 14 for revenue
Motorola Mobility reported net revenues of $3.4 billion in the fourth quarter of 2010, up 21 percent from the fourth quarter of 2009. The GAAP earnings in the fourth quarter of 2010 were $80 million (.27 per share), compared to a loss of $204 million (.69 per share) in the fourth quarter of 2009.
19/01/2011 - Apple Reports Record Holiday Quarter Revenue
Apple announced financial results for its fiscal 2011 first quarter ended December 25, 2010. Record Mac, iPhone, iPad sales have driven highest revenue and earnings ever: the company posted record revenue of $26.74 billion and record net quarterly profit of $6 billion ($6.43 per diluted share).
21/07/2010 - Apple Reports All-Time Record Revenue
Apple has announced financial results for its fiscal 2010 third quarter ended June 26, 2010. The company posted record revenue of $15.7 billion and net quarterly profit of $3.25 billion ($3.51 per diluted share).
22/04/2010 - AT&T Reports Strong First-Quarter Earnings
A day after Apple announced its record march quarter revenue, AT&T reported strong first-quarter earnings results highlighted by rapid growth in mobile broadband, further expansion of AT&T U-verse services and solid gains in IP-based and business services.
21/04/2010 - Apple Announces Record March Quarter Revenue
Apple reported financial results for its fiscal 2010 second quarter – its best non-holiday quarter ever. The company posted revenue of $13.50 billion and net quarterly profit of $3.07 billion ($3.33 per diluted share).
INTERVIEW: Mobile operators are searching for new and innovative ways to generate revenues beyond service plans.
Julien Oudart, sales and marketing director for French mobile advertising company Sofialys, tells smartphone.biz-news about the opportunities open to carriers from opt-in subscriber databases.
Worldwide consumer location-based services (LBS) subscribers and revenue are expected to more than double in 2009.
The growth is being driven by the higher availability of GPS-enabled phones, reduced prices and the appearance of application stores, according to Gartner.
07/05/2009 - Apple Expected to Extend iPhone To Multiple Carriers
Apple will almost certainly break with its exclusive AT&T agreement and allow other carriers to support the iPhone, according to analysts.
Citigroup's research firm say that while the arrangement with AT&T has benefitted Apple, the company is likely to open its smartphone to more US operators within the next two years.
MACH has announced a range of solutions designed to offset the impact on mobile operator roaming revenues of the recent European Union (EU) pricing regulations.
The company says its EU Compliance Power Pack will immediately counter the forecast reduction in revenues by implementing smart rating and price optimisation.
28/04/2009 - Mobile App Revenues To Reach $25bn By 2014
Mobile app revenues are expected to climb to more than USD $25bn by 2014 - fuelled by the launch of a raft of new application stores.
But while one-off downloads currently account for the majority of revenues, that will change with the increasing utilization of in-app billing, according to Juniper Research.
21/04/2009 - AQA2U Launches Twitter-like Premium Text Service
Text message answer provider AQA has launched a new mobile service that it claims will allow content publishers to make money by sending text messages.
In what could be seen as a reference to Twitter, AQA's CEO, Colly Myers, describes the new venture as "web 2.0 with a business model".
The smartphone market is likely to see big changes in 2009 - not least in how revenue is raised for services and content.
Kris Kolodziej, CTO and vice president of business development with Spime, told smartphone-biz.news that advertising could begin to subsidise the cost of location-based services to consumers in 2009 and 2010.
11/02/2009 - Paid Apps Imminent For Android Market
Google's Android Market is expected to begin accepting paid applications this week for the first time.
The move could provide a much-needed boost to the platform, which currently has around 800 applications.
06/11/2008 - Advertisers Need To Adapt To Mobile Internet
Internet advertisers will need to create campaigns that work with multiple devices and display sizes if they want to benefit from growing mobile advertising revenue.
That's according to telecom analysts Berg Insight, who say a significant proportion of mobile advertising revenues will actually derive from mobile Internet users accessing conventional web sites.
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