The mobile division had an operating loss of $188 million in the last quarter, causing its games division's $160 million profit to go unnoticed.
Nintendo's revenue was up 21 percent as the company tries to dig its way out of third place in the game console market.
The e-commerce giant's unexpected profit and better-than-predicted sales prompted investors to push Amazon's market value above Walmart's.
The iPhone maker accounted for less than 20 percent of smartphones sold by the top vendors last quarter but ate up more than 90 percent of the total operating income.
The smartphone giant expects second-quarter operating profit to decline 4 percent and miss analysts' expectations.
The company will sell additional shares and hold a bond offering to raise the required funds that it says will be used to help it transform "into a highly profitable enterprise."
Stepping into the void of Apple's silence on sales figures, a research firm finds clues to how well the Watch is doing.
The PC maker recorded a net income of $100 million, beating analysts' expectations.
A dissection of the watch by researcher IHS shows that a relatively low cost for parts could add up to more money for Apple.
Although first-quarter results beat expectations, the company warns of a weaker current quarter. The networking site for professionals may be investing faster than it can make up for it in sales.