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The New Zealand Herald
Gear Friday: Huawei P9 first lookHuawei seeks to woo smartphone users who like photography with the P9. Photo /
Gear Friday: Huawei P9 first look
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 37 minutes ago
Huawei seeks to woo smartphone users who like photography with the P9. Photo / Getty Images What's better than one smartphone camera? Two smartphone cameras! Huawei and German photography legend Leica have joined forces with the P9, to create a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Battery Share lets you know when your friends battery is about to dieIs your partner's battery REALLY dying? New app lets you see how much power you
Battery Share lets you know when your friends battery is about to die
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
Is your partner's battery REALLY dying? New app lets you see how much power your friends have left in their phone Battery Share is only available for iOS users and for $0.99 Can sync friends and family into a list to monitor their battery power... Read more
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E-Commerce Times
Under the Shadow of Steve Jobs: Why Trump May Be UnbeatableOne of the frustrating things for me during Steve Jobs' time was that most of t
Under the Shadow of Steve Jobs: Why Trump May Be Unbeatable
E-Commerce Times / Posted 7 hours ago
One of the frustrating things for me during Steve Jobs' time was that most of the folks who watched Apple go from nearly dead to the most valuable company in the world didn't seem to see anything really unusual. It was more like they were watching a... Read more
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FOX Business
No, Intel Corp. Didn't Kill Mobile Chips Because of Apple Inc.Apple's iPhone is one of the few high-volume smartphones that uses a discrete b
No, Intel Corp. Didn't Kill Mobile Chips Because of Apple Inc.
FOX Business / Posted 8 hours ago
Apple's iPhone is one of the few high-volume smartphones that uses a discrete baseband. Image source: Apple. An author who goes by the handle "Motek Moyen" on Seeking Alpha recently published an article in which he offers a take on why Intel... Read more
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FOX Business
No, Intel Corp. Didn't Kill Mobile Chips Because of Apple Inc.Apple's iPhone is one of the few high-volume smartphones that uses a discrete b
No, Intel Corp. Didn't Kill Mobile Chips Because of Apple Inc.
FOX Business / Posted 8 hours ago
Apple's iPhone is one of the few high-volume smartphones that uses a discrete baseband. Image source: Apple. Continue Reading Below An author who goes by the handle "Motek Moyen" on Seeking Alpha recently published an article in which he offers a... Read more
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Search Engine Land
Son of Siri: Viv aims to go way beyond today's digital assistantsThere’s a confluence of technology advancements that are dramatically changing
Son of Siri: Viv aims to go way beyond today's digital assistants
Search Engine Land / Posted 8 hours ago
There’s a confluence of technology advancements that are dramatically changing “search”: mobile, artificial intelligence, big data and natural language processing. From Siri and Alexa to Facebook M and Jibo, voice UIs and virtual assistants are the... Read more
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Macworld
Piping those dreams: Android wins it all You gotta have faith that the Good Lord will provide and that your pet operat
Piping those dreams: Android wins it all
Macworld / Posted 11 hours ago
You gotta have faith that the Good Lord will provide and that your pet operating system will one day reign supreme. Does it involve magic? It probably involves magic. Heiman is “an angel investor and an MBA... Read more
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Island Packet
Siri’s creators try to alter commerce without typing or clicksIn an ordinary conference room in this region of start-ups, a group of engineer
Siri’s creators try to alter commerce without typing or clicks
Island Packet / Posted 13 hours ago
In an ordinary conference room in this region of start-ups, a group of engineers sat down to order pizza in an entirely new way. “Get me a pizza from Pizz’a Chicago near my office,” one of the engineers said into his smartphone. It was their first... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Trump doing Lord’s workLike many others, I watched the video that President Barack Obama showed at the
Trump doing Lord’s work
Rutland Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
Like many others, I watched the video that President Barack Obama showed at the White House Correspondents� Dinner on Saturday of him inviting former House Speaker John Boehner over to solicit his advice on what Obama should do post-presidency. It... Read more
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iol.co.za
Like Siri, just betterSan Jose – In an ordinary conference room in this region of start-ups, a group
Like Siri, just better
iol.co.za / Posted 14 hours ago
San Jose – In an ordinary conference room in this region of start-ups, a group of engineers sat down to order pizza in an entirely new way. “Get me a pizza from Pizz'a Chicago near my office,” one of the engineers said into his smartphone. It was... Read more
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Canberra Times
Icahn exits Apple, warns of 'day of reckoning'Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn has confirmed he has sold his entire s
Icahn exits Apple, warns of 'day of reckoning'
Canberra Times / Posted 19 hours ago
Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn has confirmed he has sold his entire stake in Apple, citing the risk of China's influence on the stock. Icahn, in an interview with cable television network CNBC, also said he was "still very cautious" on the... Read more
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CIO
It’s a WeChat lifeIt started at a business seminar during a fashion festival in Melbourne in Janu
It’s a WeChat life
CIO / Posted 20 hours ago
It started at a business seminar during a fashion festival in Melbourne in January and came to a head in Shanghai in April. It’s not over yet. It may never be over. This is the story of my growing fascination with WeChat. I’m not jealous. You can... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Siri's creators say they've made something even betterIn an ordinary conference room in San Jose, a group of engineers sat down to or
Siri's creators say they've made something even better
Brisbane Times / Posted 21 hours ago
In an ordinary conference room in San Jose, a group of engineers sat down to order pizza in an entirely new way. "Get me a pizza from Pizz'a Chicago near my office," one of the engineers said into his smartphone. Dag Kittlaus and his team... Read more
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WA Today
Siri's creators say they've made something even betterIn an ordinary conference room in San Jose, a group of engineers sat down to or
Siri's creators say they've made something even better
WA Today / Posted 21 hours ago
In an ordinary conference room in San Jose, a group of engineers sat down to order pizza in an entirely new way. "Get me a pizza from Pizz'a Chicago near my office," one of the engineers said into his smartphone. Dag Kittlaus and his team... Read more
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The Age
Siri's creators say they've made something even betterDag Kittlaus and his team previously built Siri, which was acquired by Apple in
Siri's creators say they've made something even better
The Age / Posted 22 hours ago
Dag Kittlaus and his team previously built Siri, which was acquired by Apple in 2010. Photo: Andrew Burton / The Washington Post In an ordinary conference room in San Jose, a group of engineers sat down to order pizza in an entirely new way. "Get... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Siri's creators say they've made something even betterDag Kittlaus and his team previously built Siri, which was acquired by Apple in
Siri's creators say they've made something even better
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
Dag Kittlaus and his team previously built Siri, which was acquired by Apple in 2010. Photo: Andrew Burton / The Washington Post In an ordinary conference room in San Jose, a group of engineers sat down to order pizza in an entirely new way. "Get... Read more
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Canberra Times
Siri's creators say they've made something even betterIn an ordinary conference room in San Jose, a group of engineers sat down to or
Siri's creators say they've made something even better
Canberra Times / Posted 22 hours ago
In an ordinary conference room in San Jose, a group of engineers sat down to order pizza in an entirely new way. "Get me a pizza from Pizz'a Chicago near my office," one of the engineers said into his smartphone. Dag Kittlaus and his team... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The new Siri will soon run your lifeDag Kittlaus and his team previously built Siri are now they are back at it aga
The new Siri will soon run your life
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
Dag Kittlaus and his team previously built Siri are now they are back at it again with Viv. Photo / Andrew Burton, The Washington Post In an ordinary conference room in this region of start-ups, a group of engineers sat down to order pizza in an... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Apple's Year in ReviewIt's throwback week at Industry Focus! In this tech episode, Dylan Lewis talks
Apple's Year in Review
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
It's throwback week at Industry Focus! In this tech episode, Dylan Lewis talks with former host Nathan Hamilton about the tech market's darling child, Apple . First, they look at four metrics that Nathan identified last year for looking at Apple's... Read more
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Computer World Australia
How Intel knocked itself out of the smartphone chip marketIntel's decision to pass on making chips for Apple's iPhone back in 2007 now lo
How Intel knocked itself out of the smartphone chip market
Computer World Australia / Posted yesterday
Intel's decision to pass on making chips for Apple's iPhone back in 2007 now looks like a huge mistake. Former CEO Paul Otellini admitted as much in a 2013 interview with The Atlantic. Intel has now bailed out of the smartphone chip market while... Read more
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Fortune
Is Digital Health Finally on the Cusp of Turning Hype Into Results?Last week, tech behemoth Apple aapl announced the launch of a spate of health a
Is Digital Health Finally on the Cusp of Turning Hype Into Results?
Fortune / Posted yesterday
Last week, tech behemoth Apple aapl announced the launch of a spate of health apps linked to its new CareKit developer tool set, including programs for monitoring depression (Iodine’s Start app), pregnancy and maternity (Glow’s Nurture and Baby... Read more
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E-Commerce Times
India Rejects Apple's iPhone Retread PlanIndia's telecommunications ministry has rejected Apple's proposal to sell refur
India Rejects Apple's iPhone Retread Plan
E-Commerce Times / Posted yesterday
India's telecommunications ministry has rejected Apple's proposal to sell refurbished iPhones in the country, Bloomberg reported this week. Officials rejected the proposal based on rules that prohibit importing used electronics, according to... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Today’s Headlines: Big Earnings Miss By AppleApple Earnings: Below Already Low Expectations When it comes to earnings repor
Today’s Headlines: Big Earnings Miss By Apple
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
Apple Earnings: Below Already Low Expectations When it comes to earnings reports and Wall Street, low expectations are a double-edged sword. They make poor earnings numbers easier to digest, but if those low expectations aren’t met, the reaction can... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Today’s Headlines: Big Earnings Miss By AppleApple Earnings: Below Already Low Expectations When it comes to earnings repor
Today’s Headlines: Big Earnings Miss By Apple
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
Apple Earnings: Below Already Low Expectations When it comes to earnings reports and Wall Street, low expectations are a double-edged sword. They make poor earnings numbers easier to digest, but if those low expectations aren’t met, the reaction can... Read more
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The Economic Times
How Apple iPhone sales in India defy an old stereotypeHitesh Puri, marketing manager at JSW Steel, recently walked into a mobile phon
How Apple iPhone sales in India defy an old stereotype
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
Hitesh Puri, marketing manager at JSW Steel, recently walked into a mobile phone store and weighed several options, including a Samsung Galaxy S7. In the end, he settled for the 64 GB version of the iPhone 6S. It cost him Rs 61,000. Puri is part of a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Hulu and YouTube BOTH to launch streaming live TV services next yearHulu and YouTube BOTH set to launch services streaming live TV channels next ye
Hulu and YouTube BOTH to launch streaming live TV services next year
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Hulu and YouTube BOTH set to launch services streaming live TV channels next year in battle to kill off the cable box Would mix its current on demand content with streamed live feeds Disney and Fox, which are co-owners of Hulu, set to license their... Read more
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The Verge
Evernote's new CEO on the company's critics: 'I love to be underestimated'By any standard, the past year has been hard on Evernote. Phil Libin, who led t
Evernote's new CEO on the company's critics: 'I love to be underestimated'
The Verge / Posted yesterday
By any standard, the past year has been hard on Evernote. Phil Libin, who led the company to 100 million registered users and a $1 billion valuation, abruptly quit the CEO post last July, triggering an exodus of top executives who had led the company... Read more
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Market Watch
Welcome to your Smart FutureOne of the biggest mistakes most tech investors make is that they take a look a
Welcome to your Smart Future
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
One of the biggest mistakes most tech investors make is that they take a look at where a certain technology is at a certain point of time and decide that innovation and entrepreneurial innovation has stopped. It's best to remember that you can't take... Read more
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USA Today
Apple loses iPhone brand case in ChinaThe name 'iphone' won't only appear on Apple smartphones sold in China. A cour
Apple loses iPhone brand case in China
USA Today / Posted yesterday
The name 'iphone' won't only appear on Apple smartphones sold in China. A court in China ruled a local company can still create handbags and other goods bearing the name 'iphone,' reports The Guardian. Apple had sought to prevent the company from... Read more
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FOX Business
Is InvenSense Still a Buy?Image source: Invensense. InvenSense (NYSE: INVN) has suffered a series of blo
Is InvenSense Still a Buy?
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
Image source: Invensense. InvenSense (NYSE: INVN) has suffered a series of blows over the past year. The company's stock is down more than 44% over the past 12 months, its motion sensor recently lost a spot in Samsung's (NASDAQOTH: SSNLF) flagship... Read more
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FOX Business
3 Attractive Income Stocks Whose Dividends Could DoubleDividend stocks can be the foundation of a great retirement portfolio. Not only
3 Attractive Income Stocks Whose Dividends Could Double
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
Dividend stocks can be the foundation of a great retirement portfolio. Not only do the payments put money in your pocket, which can help hedge against any dips in the stock market, they're usually a sign of a financially sound company. Dividends also... Read more
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FOX Business
Apple Inc. May Fall Behind MediaTek, QualcommImage credit: Apple. Apple has earned quite a lot of praise for its chip-desi
Apple Inc. May Fall Behind MediaTek, Qualcomm
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
Image credit: Apple. Apple has earned quite a lot of praise for its chip-design prowess. Since its acquisition of P.A. Semiconductor in 2008, it arguably has transformed into the leading designer of mobile-targeted applications processors. During... Read more
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FOX Business
Is InvenSense Still a Buy?Image source: Invensense. Continue Reading Below InvenSense (NYSE: INVN) has
Is InvenSense Still a Buy?
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
Image source: Invensense. Continue Reading Below InvenSense (NYSE: INVN) has suffered a series of blows over the past year. The company's stock is down more than 44% over the past 12 months, its motion sensor recently lost a spot in Samsung's... Read more
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FOX Business
3 Attractive Income Stocks Whose Dividends Could DoubleDividend stocks can be the foundation of a great retirement portfolio. Not only
3 Attractive Income Stocks Whose Dividends Could Double
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
Dividend stocks can be the foundation of a great retirement portfolio. Not only do the payments put money in your pocket, which can help hedge against any dips in the stock market, they're usually a sign of a financially sound company. Dividends also... Read more
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FOX Business
Apple Inc. May Fall Behind MediaTek, QualcommImage credit: Apple. Continue Reading Below Apple has earned quite a lot of
Apple Inc. May Fall Behind MediaTek, Qualcomm
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
Image credit: Apple. Continue Reading Below Apple has earned quite a lot of praise for its chip-design prowess. Since its acquisition of P.A. Semiconductor in 2008, it arguably has transformed into the leading designer of mobile-targeted... Read more
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TechNewsWorld.com
Wall Street Pummels Apple After Weak Q2 Earnings ReportApple shares were trading at around US$95 as of mid-day Thursday in the wake of
Wall Street Pummels Apple After Weak Q2 Earnings Report
TechNewsWorld.com / Posted yesterday
Apple shares were trading at around US$95 as of mid-day Thursday in the wake of the company's disappointing Q2 earnings report. That was even lower than Wednesday's opening price, which was down more than $8 from Tuesday's $104.35 at market... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Is InvenSense Still a Buy?Image source: Invensense. InvenSense (NYSE: INVN) has suffered a series of blo
Is InvenSense Still a Buy?
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
Image source: Invensense. InvenSense (NYSE: INVN) has suffered a series of blows over the past year. The company's stock is down more than 44% over the past 12 months, its motion sensor recently lost a spot in Samsung's (NASDAQOTH: SSNLF) flagship... Read more
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Macworld
How the Watch could fuel Apple's next growth spurt While Apple saw a dip in sales this quarter, one product in particular saw an
How the Watch could fuel Apple's next growth spurt
Macworld / Posted yesterday
While Apple saw a dip in sales this quarter, one product in particular saw an upward trend. There wasn’t a whole lot of positive news from Apple last week. Despite a quarter that saw $50.6 billion... Read more
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CNET
May the Fourth deals that have nothing to do with Star WarsCNET's Cheapskate scours the Web for great deals on PCs, phones, gadgets and mu
May the Fourth deals that have nothing to do with Star Wars
CNET / Posted yesterday
CNET's Cheapskate scours the Web for great deals on PCs, phones, gadgets and much more. Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Find the answers on our FAQ page. And find more great buys on the CNET Deals page. Hey, I love "Star Wars" as much as the... Read more
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iTWire
Kantar launches its first-ever wearable tech report, US takeup double that of EuropeThe Kantar Worldpanel Comtech report is famed for delivering smartphone OS mark
Kantar launches its first-ever wearable tech report, US takeup double that of Europe
iTWire / Posted yesterday
The Kantar Worldpanel Comtech report is famed for delivering smartphone OS marketshare reports on a global, quarterly basis, and now comes Kantar’s first wearables report, with its baseline data showing ‘broad difference in adoption between the US... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Apple loses 'iphone' leather goods case in Chinese courtA Chinese court has ruled against Apple in a case over the use of its iPhone tr
Apple loses 'iphone' leather goods case in Chinese court
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
A Chinese court has ruled against Apple in a case over the use of its iPhone trademark, permitting a small maker of ‘iphone’-branded leather handbags to continue selling goods, state media reports. Iphone was registered as a trademark for use on... Read more
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The Irish Times
Consumers drive move to digital in financial servicesConsumers are increasingly looking for financial services providers that are em
Consumers drive move to digital in financial services
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
Consumers are increasingly looking for financial services providers that are embracing technology, turning to digital and mobile payments, a new survey has found. The study, by Fujitsu, showed that more than a third of consumers would leave their... Read more
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Mashable
Chinese court rules Apple has to share the trademark 'iPhone' with a leather goods makerApple now has to share the trademark for the word “iPhone” with a handbag and l
Chinese court rules Apple has to share the trademark 'iPhone' with a leather goods maker
Mashable / Posted yesterday
Apple now has to share the trademark for the word “iPhone” with a handbag and leather goods maker – at least in China. As reported by Quartz (via the Chinese-based Legal Daily), the Beijing Municipal Higher People’s Court of Final Appeal ruled... Read more
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FOX Business
What to Expect When Universal Display Corporation Reports EarningsUniversal Display's lucrative OLED materials, IMAGE SOURCE: Universal Display.
What to Expect When Universal Display Corporation Reports Earnings
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
Universal Display's lucrative OLED materials, IMAGE SOURCE: Universal Display. Universal Display Corporation is set to release first-quarter 2016 results this Thursday, May 5, after the market close. Shares of the OLED technologist have rebounded... Read more
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FOX Business
Even Without Growth, Apple Should Be Worth MoreImage source: Apple. The first analyst question on Apple's last earnings confe
Even Without Growth, Apple Should Be Worth More
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
Image source: Apple. The first analyst question on Apple's last earnings conference call was telling. Goldman Sachs analyst Simona Jankowski asked Tim Cook and Co. how Apple views itself going forward. "Is it as a growth company, or is it a more... Read more
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FOX Business
Even Without Growth, Apple Should Be Worth MoreImage source: Apple. Continue Reading Below The first analyst question on App
Even Without Growth, Apple Should Be Worth More
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
Image source: Apple. Continue Reading Below The first analyst question on Apple's last earnings conference call was telling. Goldman Sachs analyst Simona Jankowski asked Tim Cook and Co. how Apple views itself going forward. "Is it as a growth... Read more
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FOX Business
What to Expect When Universal Display Corporation Reports EarningsUniversal Display's lucrative OLED materials, IMAGE SOURCE: Universal Display.
What to Expect When Universal Display Corporation Reports Earnings
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
Universal Display's lucrative OLED materials, IMAGE SOURCE: Universal Display. Continue Reading Below Universal Display Corporation is set to release first-quarter 2016 results this Thursday, May 5, after the market close. Shares of the OLED... Read more
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PhysOrg
Microsoft takes the long view on smartphone rebootMicrosoft, after failing to build a smartphone hub to rival Google or Apple, is
Microsoft takes the long view on smartphone reboot
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
Microsoft, after failing to build a smartphone hub to rival Google or Apple, is trying to change the conversation. At Microsoft Build, the company's trade show for software developers, held earlier this year, executives touted ambitions in... Read more
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MacNN
Opinion: Why Apple needs to make a four-inch 'iPhone 7' High-end four-inch 'iPhone 7' would be a win-win for Apple, customers Today'
Opinion: Why Apple needs to make a four-inch 'iPhone 7'
MacNN / Posted 2 days ago
High-end four-inch 'iPhone 7' would be a win-win for Apple, customers Today's consumer is pretty savvy, thanks in great part to the Internet, which gives you the opportunity to quickly do some... Read more
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PhysOrg
LG smartphone goes to pieces …on purposeLet's face it - LG makes fine smartphones, but they are not as popular as hands
LG smartphone goes to pieces …on purpose
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
Let's face it - LG makes fine smartphones, but they are not as popular as handsets from Apple or Samsung. When you're chasing the leaders, you're much more likely to make some bold decisions, and LG has created some buzz with its new flagship... Read more
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