CSR reported second-quarter revenues of USD 262.5 million, down 2 percent from a year earlier after the sale of its mobile chip business but in line with its outlook for the high end of its guidance of USD 245-265 million. The wireless chip maker said it saw good growth in Bluetooth stereo audio and added a record 41 new licencees of our aptX audio codec during the quarter. It also continued to benefit from the enforcement of hands-free driving legislation in China, but this effect is now expected to end. In its camera business, CSR reported weakness due to fewer lower-end cameras in smartphones. The company's adjusted operating profit improved to USD 39.3 million from USD 23.9 million a year ago, driven by reduced costs after the divestment, while net profit jumped to USD 18.3 million from USD 5.0 million. CSR increased its interim dividend 18 percent to USD 0.045 per share. Operating cash flow dropped to USD 30.3 million, and CSR finished the period with USD 285 million in cash. For the third quarter, it forecast revenues of USD 240-260 million, and the company expects full-year results to meet market expectations.