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Samsung aiming to sell 50 million smartphones in 2011

01/10/2011, Turns out that HTC and Nintendo aren’t the only companies with lofty sales targets for 2011 as word is out that Samsung is planning to sell more than 50 million smartphones this year, betting heavily on mid-range devices. Samsung Mobile’s president...

Nintendo aiming to sell 4 million 3DS consoles by the end of March

01/10/2011, Nintendo seemed to have some impressive sales last year and with the 3DS just around the corner, Nintendo’s president Satoru Iwata has stated some ambitious goals for the company’s latest portable console. According to him, he expects the 3DS to sell...

Nintendo DS and Wii set new US Sales Records in 2010

01/04/2011, There’s no doubt that Nintendo’s gaming consoles are selling very well in most parts of the world, but 2010 has produced two sales milestones for Nintendo in the United States. The family of handheld gaming consoles, the Nintendo DS, has sold...

About 4 million Nokia N8 phones sold according to research

12/29/2010, Considering that Nokia’s CEO previously touted the N8 as the company’s savior, you can bet that the company is hoping that the phone will sell well. Now word is going around that the company may have shipped as many as 4 million units around the world...

Sony on track to sell 15 million PS3 consoles for its fiscal year

12/23/2010, With Christmas almost here and 2010 nearly over, companies out there are busy trumpeting their sales figures. While it was reported that Amazon shipped nearly 8 million Kindle eBook readers, it has been confirmed that Sony’s PlayStation 3 gaming...

Call of Duty: Black Ops breaks $1 billion sales mark

12/21/2010, Video games look set to break new ground in terms of revenue, what with Call of Duty: Black Ops from Activision breaking the $1 billion sales mark in just a month since its launch. In fact, more than half that figure was achieved during its first five...

Amazon Kindle sales touches millions in 73 days

12/13/2010, Amazon has kept pretty quiet when it comes to their Kindle sales figures, but recently, announced that “in just the first 73 days of this holiday quarter, we’ve already sold millions of our all-new Kindles.” Well, simple mathematical...

Ebook sales to hit $1 billion in 2011

11/09/2010, Forrester Research predicts that ebook sales will surpass the $1 billion mark next year, while keeping their fingers crossed that this year will see a total of $966 million worth of sales. This is a vast improvement compared to last year that saw ebook...

Xbox 360 sits pretty at the top in US for August

09/10/2010, The NPD has just released its August sales figures for the US, and the Xbox 360 is king of the hill for the month, having outsold the PS3 and Wii for the third month in a row – and currently is comfortable with a quartet of games in the software top...

Nintendo Wii Hits The 30M Sales Milestone In The US

08/10/2010, The folks over at Nintendo should be pretty happy to hear that the Wii video game system has now sold 30 million units in the US alone, and this figure was achieved in just 45 months, making it the fastest-selling console in the history of the industry,...

Symbian activates 100,000 more phones daily than Google

08/06/2010, Whatever you do in life, bear in mind that there might just be someone else better than you out there. We’re talking about the Symbian Foundation pooh-poohing Google’s recent boast of activating 200,000 phones daily, with a figure that is 50%...

Android’s UK Phone Sales Quadruple

07/27/2010, While statistics can often be deceiving, the folks over at Google should be quite happy to hear that reports of Android-based phones have more than quadrupled in the UK during the last quarter. According to a report, Android’s share of UK smartphone...

AT&T Resumes iPhone 4 Sales On June 29

06/22/2010, AT&T is said to resume its iPhone 4 sales on June 29 – a good five days after the highly sought after handset hits Apple’s outlets. Apart from that, AT&T also claimed that it is well on track to deliver the device to customers who...