The company saw revenue rise 24 percent year-over-year and was able to turn last year's loss into a slight profit.
iPhone maker tells Wall Street to look forward to higher-than-expected financial results in its next reported quarter due to new sales record.
Taiwanese handset maker posts net loss of $101 million in the third quarter on reportedly weakened sales of its flagship HTC One smartphone.
First-quarter shipments tumble 14 percent, much worse than expected, says IDC. Gartner, meanwhile, says PCs slid 11 percent, falling below 80 million units for the first time since 2009.
South Korean electronics giant says its net profits rose 82 percent in the first quarter on the strength of smartphone sales.
South Korean electronics giant credits strong sales of smartphones and tablets for another quarter of record profits.
There were some good parts of Intel's fourth-quarter report -- including better-than-expected per-share earnings -- but most results were lower than the previous year, and the company's capital spending continues to soar.
South Korea-based electronics giant credits its mobile division with delivering 63 percent of its $4.5 billion second-quarter net profit.
The loss resulted from a $6.2B writedown of a soured online-advertising acquisition. The rest of its business appears healthy, though, buoyed by enterprise software while Windows 8 awaits its debut.
Despite a nice uptick in first-quarter smartphone shipments, thanks largely to the Razr franchise for Verizon, Motorola's first quarter didn't go as well as hoped.