Annual shipments of desktop computers, notebooks, and tablets are expected to fall to 418 million units in 2021, a 0.8% drop from 2016.
Sales of Fitbit's health and fitness trackers fell to 6.5 million from 8.2 million even though it introduced four new devices last year.
"There isn't a growth story here," an analyst says. "They have to convince advertisers they will reach an expanding audience.”
Sales of the flagship iPhone increased 5% in the first quarter, helping Apple to snap a streak of declining revenue.
CFO Ruth Porat sees "tremendous potential" in such businesses as hardware products, apps sold through the Google Play store, and the cloud.
Component manufacturers say Samsung will supply a 5.8-inch AMOLED display for a new model celebrating the iPhone's 10th anniversary.
South Korea's top trade regulator says the company's patent licensing practices were unfair to both smartphone makers and rival modem chipset makers.
The acquisition of PayByPhone gives the automaker "a charter to focus on general mobility services.”
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The deal will add TubeMogul's automated platform for buying and measuring video ads to Adobe's digital marketing services.