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The South Korean electronics giant credits continuing strong sales of handsets in emerging markets.
South Korean electronics giant says its net profits rose 82 percent in the first quarter on the strength of smartphone sales.
After two days on the market, the social gaming giant has seen its stock fall around 10 percent. And some analysts expect that there's quite a bit of floor below today's closing.
The carrier says its subscriber base has shrunken by 50,000 people. However, customers using 3G or 4G smartphones are up year over year.
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The company, still without a permanent CEO, says it expects good things on the financial front next year. Executive says "PalmPad" WebOS tablet on track for early next year.
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