Electronics News Byte: HTC Sees Third-quarter Revenue Sliding Downhill

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Electronics News Byte: HTC Sees Third-quarter Revenue Sliding Downhill

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Taiwan's HTC Corp said it expects revenue to fall as much as 30 percent. A delayed launch for the much-hyped HTC One has highlighted the company's struggles against dominant smartphone makers Apple and Samsung and giving the company a weak outlook for profit margins. All these years, Apple and Samsung have been selling us phones that really aren't phones at all. Finally, Nokia hs taken steps in a new ad campaign to admit that its new phone, the Nokia 1020 isn't a phone. It's a camera. A really, really good 41 megapixel camera, at that. Early responses to Google's refreshed Nexus 7 tablet have been very positive, but that apparently might not stop Asus from losing its Nexus contract. According to a research note from plugged-in KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo picked up by 9to5Google, Google will likely dump Asus for its 2014 Nexus 7 model and instead turn to LG to build the device.

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