Sony Mobile Division Loses Money

Sony has released numerous good to excellent smartphones over the last year, but the company just cannot catch a break. Its devices for one reason or another are not finding a consistent consumer base, even if some of them deserve to be more popular. The company’s mobile Xperia division slipped as a result, but Sony still turned in net and operating profit thanks to its flying games (PlayStation), and entertainment businesses.

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Source: MobileBurn.com

Google Forms Umbrella Hardware Division

Google’s Nexus product line is a proof of concept series of hardware to show off what exactly the company’s Android platform can do in its stock form. There have been rumors for some time that Google what broaden its hardware output, and that has come to fruition as the company has formed a new hardware division.

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Source: MobileBurn.com

Apple Dominates Tablet Sales amid Market Decline

Apple’s iPad series of tablets has been tumbling in terms of sales over multiple quarters and it is increasingly looking like the product is dying. However, the iPads decline is mostly mirroring an overall slip in the tablet market at a whole, and this is evidenced by the fact that the iPad remains the best-selling slate.

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Source: MobileBurn.com

AT&T HTC One M8 and M9 Marshmallow Updates Delayed

AT&T has delayed its planned update of the HTC One M8 and M9 older flagships to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, according to the company. The news was dropped by HTC’s Mo Versi, the go to guy for all things HTC updates in the United States, while he said the company is working hard to get the update approved in the next couple of weeks.

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Source: MobileBurn.com