It seems that HTC Corporation has been witnessing a tough time. It has been said so as already the company has been facing a grim competition from Samsung and Apple and now, a decline in the net profit has been registered.
The Taiwanese manufacturer is said to have suffered a loss in net profits by 91.5%. One of the main reasons for the slump in the net profits is said to be delay in the launch of company's new smartphone.
The Federal Trade Commission had made it quite clear that they are not going to spare people who send spam text messages. Acting on their words, it has been found that they have filed complaints against 29 people who have been accused of sending over 180 million spam text messages. The accused have sent the messages and promised them free gift cards.
Yesterday was the spectrum auction held for 4G services as a result of which a very few British appear interested in attaining the services. A meager amount was raised during the auction and this clearly stated it as the country's first 4G mute auction.
Later last year, the mobile operator EE launched its service with the help of present spectrum; and now it was another tranche that was auctioned off yesterday.
Broadband campaigners have largely condemned EU since the economic and political union has introduced more than billion-euro cuts in budgets.
A recent report has confirmed that the Sprint Nextel Corporation has come out with its fourth quarter financial report. It has been mentioned that the country's third-largest wireless carrier has lose some $1.3 billion in the same, which is quite similar to that a year ago.
In a treaty by the UN to have equal governance rights of the internet, Canada, US and UK refused to sign the treaty. At a conference in Dubai the countries refused to sign the international communication treaty, while China, Russia and Saudi Arabia were pushing for the amendment.