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Analyst: Apple so far unaffected by PC price collapse

Apple holds ASPs

Apple has so far avoided the "permanent and structural" collapse of overall PC average selling prices and subsequent decline in revenue, according to TBR analyst Ezra Gottheil. The trend is explained by the ongoing economic recession and the gaining popularity of low-priced...

Elecom ASP-P200S iPod dock

Elecom ASP-P200S dock

Elecom's ASP-P200S iPod dock is a 2.1 sound system, with the subwoofer placed on a vertical hinge so the dock can be more easily carried. The remote tucks into a crevice for the same reason. Using a set of three adapters, the P200S supports all fourth- and fifth-gen iPods, including...

Scientists develop antibacterial stainless steel

U of Birmingham scientists develop ASP steel

Scientists who concern themselves with materials from the University of Birmingham claim to have found a way to add silver particles to stainless steel in order to make it antibacterial, PhysOrg reported. The process is called Active Screen Plasma and may result in hardware...

Elecom unveils new iPod dock

Elecom ASP-P200S

Japanese manufacturer Elecom today announced the ASP-P200S, an iPod stereo dock with 2.1 channels. The P200S features a subwoofer, which can be rotated vertically over the docking port to make the product easier to store and carry. Three adapters are included to support all...

Report: HP leads PC shipments, Mac sales down

Gartner PC shipment report

Gartner Research on Wednesday released a report detailing PC shipments for the first quarter in the U.S. and abroad. HP took the lead in the domestic market, pushing Dell out of the top spot, while Mac sales showed a slight decline of 1.1 percent compared with the first quarter...

Analyst cuts iPod sales, sees buyers upgrading

Apple financials examined

Shaw Wu of the Kaufman Brothers has updated estimates of Apple's December quarter, Rating Apple stock a buy with a favorable risk-reward balance. Wu's estimates have seen little movement, with a more conservative approach on iPods, but assuming a higher average sales price...

Piper: AT&T iPhone costs suggest greater profit

Piper on AT&T iPhone costs

Earlier estimates for the ASP (average selling price) of the iPhone 3G were too low, write analysts with Piper Jaffray. Following the announcement of AT&T's new iPhone plans, under which people can buy unsubsidized iPhones for $599 and $699, Piper admits that its earlier prediction...

Mac sales to offset slow iPods in FYQ4

Mac sales to offset iPods

Research firm Merill Lynch today lowered its estimate for Apple's iPod sales for the September quarter while increasing its estimation of Macs sold, joining two other industry analyst firms which modified their views on Apple yesterday. "We are tweaking our Apple model to reflect slightly higher Mac...

aspWrite 1.0 Beta: HTML/ASP text editor

aspWrite 1.0 Beta: HTML/ASP text editor

Hiddenfield Software has released aspWrite 1.0 Beta, a text editor targeted at web developers working in Activer Server Pages (ASP), HTML and Javascript. Features include syntax coloring, auto-indent of lines, and pre-process files on open to remove LF characters and convert tabs to spaces.

MetroShop adds ASP enhancements

MetroShop adds ASP enhancements

Ecommercesoft will introduce MetroShop ASP during WWDC in San Jose, Calif., next week. MetroShop ASP enables ASPs to broaden the scope of their business services by providing their customers with the ability to create instant e-commerce Web sites. It is the latest in a series of scalable e-business...

MS CEO names Phil Spencer head of Xbox, details Stephen Elop's role

Move latest in executive shuffles by new Microsoft CEO

New Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella continues to shuffle executives. In a memo to Microsoft employees today, Nadella has named Phil Spencer as the head of the Xbox division of Microsoft. Additionally, the CEO has promoted Scott Guthrie to executive vice president, and has detailed Nokia chief Stephen Elop's...

CIRP: iPad Air became most popular iPad over holidays

Mini models still popular, iPad 2 finally starting to fade

If holiday sales are any indication, this may be the final year customers can buy a brand new "iPad 2." That's the conclusion of a new study by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP), which found that the second-generation full-size iPad, originally introduced in early 2011, has faded to just...

Canaccord estimates 54M iPhones, 24.8M iPads in December quarter

iPhone 5s seen outselling 5c by 2 to 1

Apple may have sold 78 million or more iOS devices during the December quarter, according to estimates from Canaccord Genuity analyst Michael Walkley. He argues that sales of the iPhone 5s and iPad Air -- Apple's flagship products -- were "strong" during the holidays, and is projecting a split of 54...

Canaccord ups Apple target to $580 on iPhone 5s, fifth-gen iPad

Expects sales to skew towards more profitable full-size iPad

Canaccord Genuity analyst Michael Walkley has raised his price target for Apple stock from $560 to $580, based on expectations for the iPhone 5s, the fifth-generation iPad, and a China Mobile iPhone. "Our global handset sell-through survey work indicates a significantly higher sell-through mix of iPhone...

Study finds Android overtaking Apple's iPad in tablet segment

Android tablets overtake iOS in shipments

Tablets running Google's Android operating system have overtaken those running Apple's iOS in terms of shipped devices, according to new figures from ABI Research. ABI finds that, during the second quarter of 2013, Android-powered tablets also approached Apple's iPad in terms of total revenue per unit....

Apple: shortages on iMacs, iOS lines will continue

Company 'cannot meet demand' for iPad minis, iMacs

One surprising announcement coming out of today's conference call with financial analysts was Apple CEO Tim Cook's revelation that while iPhone 5 supply improved significantly from its initial launch and that sales of the unit were robust throughout the quarter -- contrary to some rumors -- the continuing...

Holiday MacBook sales drop 6 percent year-over-year

Windows notebooks see tougher hit

For a period between November 18th and December 22nd, MacBook sales came in 6 percent lower year-over-year, according to new NPD Group data. It's not clear why MacBook sales suffered, although there are several potential reasons. The major driver may be that Apple released only one updated MacBook...

Apple offered cross-licensing agreement to Samsung pre-trial

UTMS patents offered to Samsung in reciprocal agreement

One of the more notable documents filed with Judge Lucy Koh's court in the Apple versus Samsung post-trial motions is a letter from Apple intellectual property licensing director Boris Teskler to his equivalent at Samsung, Seongwoo Kim. The letter outlines a reciprocal patent agreement more in line with...

Report: Tablet shipments to exceed 100M in 2012, led by iPad

Tablet shipments up 77 percent year-over-year

Tablet shipments are expected to exceed 100 million units in 2012, led by the dominance of Apple's iPad, according to analyst firm ABI Research. The April to June quarter is said to have set a new record, approaching 25 million units with 36 percent growth from the first quarter and a 77 percent jump...

Live: Apple fiscal Q3 2012 financial conference call

Details and executive comments

Apple is currently holding a conference call for its fiscal third quarter financial results. Refresh the page and watch below the break for updates from the event, posted with the latest additions on the top.

Analysts push AAPL stock price targets to $1,000 mark

Apple could be first company with $1T market cap

Two analysts have set record high price targets for Apple stock. Topeka Capital Markets' Brian White is in fact calling for a $1,001 target, based on several factors. "Apple fever is spreading like a wildfire around the world and we see no end in sight to this trend," he claims in a recent memo.

Study: iOS grabbing 90 percent of mobile ad dollars

Android slowly rising, currently at seven percent

A study revealed by Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster that draws on data from both Androlib and Apple shows even more clearly than before that from the perspective of a developer who wants to monetize an application, there is only one mobile platform: iOS. Though free applications...

AMD improves profit in summer results

Profits boosted by chip demand

AMD has announced its third-quarter financials, posting a net income of $97 million from total revenues reaching $1.69 billion. The company's new CEO, Lenovo veteran Rory Read, points to significant increases in chip demand in some overseas markets, along with a 35-percent...

Early 2013 estimate calls for $164 billion in Apple revenue

Assumes over 200 million iOS devices

Apple could reap $164 billion in revenue in 2013, with earnings per share of $40.50, suggests Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. Research firms are already beginning to model Apple's performance for the 2013 calendar year, and Munster notes that his estimates are about 8...

iOS app downloads up 61 percent from 2010, estimate pegs

App Store still in better position versus Android

The per-person average of downloaded iOS apps is up 61 percent in 2011 over 2010, according to estimates by Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. The 2011 figure is calculated to be about 83 apps, versus 51 in 2010. "Smartphone users are showing an increasing appetite to use...

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