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HTC EVO 4G Sales Top 200k Over The Weekend

06/08/2010, We already know that Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G broke Sprint’s launch day sales records, and now the phone seems to be going from strength to strength, as word is going around that Sprint may well have sold over 200,000 EVO 4Gs in its first weekend,...

Apple iPad throws a spanner in the works for netbook sales

05/06/2010, Netbook sales have been doing pretty well since its release to the market all those years ago, but somehow the Apple iPad looks set to end the good times. According to a report released by Morgan Stanley, the Apple iPad has adversely affected sales growth...

Only 80k Nexus One Phones Sold In The First Month

02/07/2010, The Nexus One from Google might have had plenty of hype in the build up to its official announcement, but it seems that despite that, initial sales haven’t reflected that hype. According to analyst firm Flurry Inc., Google sold just 80,000 units of...

Mac shipments up 21%, iPhone might reach 10M this quarter

12/14/2009, Holiday shopping is said to be up compared to last year, but it might be up big time for Apple. Analysts are reporting that orders for components used to build the iPhone, among other devices, have spiked up and that could mean that Apple might ship and...

Sony and Nintendo Thanksgiving sales figures

12/01/2009, Both Sony and Nintendo hardware sales figures for the Thanksgiving weekend has been released, where most of the revenue generated were from Black Friday sales as expected. According to Eurogamer, Nintendo managed to take pole position at time of...

Samsung sells 50 million touchscreen phones

11/30/2009, Samsung has sold its 50 millionth touchscreen cellphone this month, which just goes to show how hot the touchscreen market is at the moment. Europe is the top continent where Samsung’s touchscreen handsets are concerned at 19 million units, followed...

Blu-ray player going for $78

11/19/2009, Move over, Sony PS3. Your heydays as the cheapest Blu-ray player in the market is about to be undermined by the Magnavox NB500 Blu-ray player even if it will only be for a day, as Walmart is offering this Black Friday deal for a mere $78. That’s...

Black Friday deals from Apple

11/16/2009, What you see here could possibly be Apple’s annual Black Friday deals, where it seems all iPods (save for the iPhone and shuffle) will receive a whopping 30% discount, and Macs will be 25% cheaper while other Apple software and accessories will...

Amazon offers great deal on Wii

11/16/2009, The Nintendo Wii is up against the ropes this time round as its high definition competitors seem to have finally overcome whatever previous hurdles and ate into the Wii’s sales figures. Well, perhaps this deal from Amazon might stem the tide –...

Walmart unveils holiday offer

11/11/2009, Walmart will aim to help you stretch your holiday from November 14th onwards, offering a one-week offer on its range of BlackBerry smartphones from all four major carriers – AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. Purchase any BlackBerry at...

Sony Style US offers discounts for Bravia XBR9 series

11/04/2009, The holiday season will soon be upon us yet again, where you might want to think of new ways to spend your hard-earned bonus by splashing it on a new HDTV in your living room. If that’s where your wallet is heading towards, Sony Style US is offering...

Windows XP netbooks still going strong

11/01/2009, While the HP Mini 110 Windows 7 netbook led the Amazon Netbook sales charts for a short while last week, it looks as though things has returned to status quo with the top three spots being snapped up by Windows XP-powered netbooks. What’s the...

Nintendo Wii sales figures plummet

10/30/2009, Looks like the Wii might have finally run out of steam after rolling over its much more powerful competitors over the past couple of years. Apparently, Wii sales have “stalled” experiencing a massive 43% drop in global sales during the first...

Sony PS3 tops sales charts

10/20/2009, For home console sales in the US, of course, as it narrowly lost to the nigh formidable Nintendo DS by a narrow margin, moving 491,800 PS3s last month thanks to a price drop and a rejuvenated form factor, edging out Nintendo’s Wii that stood at...