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More Apple iPhone 5S Rumors
2012-12-10 18:59:20

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Earlier last month, a publication with a very mixed record when it comes to Apple rumors announced we could see a new iPhone as early as Q1 2013. According to DigiTimes, Apple will begin testing these new iPhones this month (perhaps they´ve already begun) and will release them in a matter of months. Last week, French site Nowhereelse.fr posted pictures from a forum called iPhone5Parts in which they claim they are the...

RIM-Samsung Rumors Heat Up Again
2012-08-09 06:08:12

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online Shares of Research In Motion Ltd.´s (RIM) stock jumped on Wednesday after a prominent analyst said the company might seek to license its new operating system to Samsung Electronics Co. Jefferies & Company analyst Peter Misek said Samsung could be interested in either licensing RIM´s new BlackBerry 10 software, or potentially acquiring the embattled company. “We believe Samsung is considering ramping up its...

2012-03-14 07:47:18

Rumors circulating that Apple will have supply issues with its Retina display are likely "overblown," according to Jeffries & Co analyst Peter Misek. The analyst's comments were reported widely on Reuters and elsewhere on Tuesday. Apple announced the New iPad on March 7. The next generation tablet will be available for sale on Friday, March 16 for $499 to $829 depending on the size of memory and connectivity. Across the six available models, it's the display that concerned customers...

2008-04-03 13:05:00

Canadian firm Research in Motion Ltd. (RIM), maker of the popular Blackberry smart phone, saw its profits more than double last quarter, driven in part by the successful introduction in June of rival Apple Inc.'s iPhone.RIM, based in Waterloo, Ontario, reported earnings of $412.5 million during its fourth quarter ending March 1,  or 72 cents per share. The results exceeded analyst estimates of 70 cents per share, and were a sharp increase over the same period last year when earnings...

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