Company is targeting shipments of 65 million smartwatches for 2014, claims a new report out of Taiwan.
Despite selling 12 million smartphones, the mobile business of the South Korean company posts its first operating loss in five quarters.
The bright spot during the third quarter was mobile, reaffirming once again CEO John Donahoe's big bet on the medium. Still, eBay shares dropped.
In an amended filing ahead of IPO expected next month, microblogging service also says it now has 230 million monthly active users.
Microsoft has made plans for a big boost in its supplier shipments of the next-generation Xbox in the third quarter in anticipation of a fourth-quarter launch, according to one report.
Revenue for the software heavyweight comes in way short of expectations, and hardware systems sales continue to fall.
Digital spending on downloads, subscriptions, and social-network games beat out physical sales during the period.
The iPad wasn't quite its usual juggernaut self in the third quarter, ceding some market share momentum to rival Android in the runup to the arrival of the iPad Mini.
The video-rental service adds 1.2 million new U.S. subscribers in its third quarter, shy of the nearly 1.8 million it needed to hit its full-year target of 7 million.
As tech stocks continue their months-long ascent, a Citigroup analyst says the headlines disguise a grimmer reality, at least for makers of the venerable personal computer.