The world's largest subscription music service retools itself for broader appeal with new types of entertainment like videos and podcasts, as it prepares to fend off an expected rival from Apple.
In 2014, the Swedish music-streaming service's revenue reportedly rose 45 percent to $1.1 billion, but attempts to build out products nearly doubled its operating loss.
The chipmaker reports first-quarter revenue is mostly flat, though it does see a slight rise in income.
Just 55 million wireless power receivers shipped worldwide last year, but that figure will more than double to 120 million units in 2015, according to IHS.
A winner has been declared in the debate about stars, dark matter and black holes, and it can help us understand how elliptical galaxies grow.
The wireless carrier expects the momentum to continue into 2015, but it will have to reckon with the costs of its Data Stash program.
Samsung has a hefty $56 billion in cash, but dividends may not be a priority. For 2015, its investor relations chief says, "our primary objective is growth."
With streaming music gaining popularity, the paid subscription service says its number of users grew by 60 percent.
The carrier lost $2.38 billion in the quarter thanks to charges related to its wireline assets and its brand.
China had 649 million people online at the end of 2014, up by 31 million people from a year earlier. Mobile Internet users grew by 57 million people.