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Fortune
Global Smartphone Sales Fell for the First Time Ever in Early 2016said on Thursday, reflecting growing strains on the industry. This report come
Global Smartphone Sales Fell for the First Time Ever in Early 2016
Fortune / Posted 2 days ago
said on Thursday, reflecting growing strains on the industry. This report comes on the heels of Wednesday’s report from International Data Corp that the global smartphone market grew at just 0.2%in the first quarter, the slowest rate the... Read more
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Fortune
Two Obscure Chinese Smartphone Makers Growing As Apple FadesThe global smartphone market grew at the slowest rate ever in the first quarter
Two Obscure Chinese Smartphone Makers Growing As Apple Fades
Fortune / Posted 3 days ago
The global smartphone market grew at the slowest rate ever in the first quarter, increasing just 0.2%, research firm International Data Corp reported on Wednesday. Phone shipments inched up to an estimated 334.9 million devices from 334.3 million a... Read more
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TheStreet.com
Stock Up on Bullish Goldman Note, Jim Cramer Commentsin domestic Mac shipments for the 2016 first quarter, despite a 5.8% drop in to
Stock Up on Bullish Goldman Note, Jim Cramer Comments
TheStreet.com / Posted 18 days ago
in domestic Mac shipments for the 2016 first quarter, despite a 5.8% drop in total PC shipments, according to data from International Data Corp. "I think PCs are just a dying breed, expect for the Mac," Cramer commented on Squawk on the Street... Read more
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MacDailyNews
Apple’s new iPhone SE costs 36% more in India – MacDailyNewswebsites,” McLain reports. “‘At this price it’s competing against the iPhone 6,
Apple’s new iPhone SE costs 36% more in India – MacDailyNews
MacDailyNews / Posted 24 days ago
websites,” McLain reports. “‘At this price it’s competing against the iPhone 6,’ said Kiranjeet Kaur, an analyst at International Data Corp.” MacDailyNews Take: Once Apple opens its own retail stores in India, as opposed to going through... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Your next Netflix show is brought to you by big datanow operate in, that was far too slow. Companies find it is becoming critical
Your next Netflix show is brought to you by big data
The Globe and Mail / Posted 24 days ago
now operate in, that was far too slow. Companies find it is becoming critical to handle massive amounts of data. International Data Corp. issued a report in 2014 that looked at how worldwide leaders and businesses using big data are going... Read more
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Sun Star
Filipino smartphone maker aims to sell 10 million unitsand “dependable.” Today, he said even some smart phone users have with them ext
Filipino smartphone maker aims to sell 10 million units
Sun Star / Posted 26 days ago
and “dependable.” Today, he said even some smart phone users have with them extra feature phones. In a study made by the International Data Corp., MyPhone is named the third biggest brand in the Philippines in terms of unit shipments in 2014. In... Read more
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Slate
Bling, Safety, and Babies: What Wearable Manufacturers Think Women Wantinto your vagina to play music for an embryo or fetus. The U.S. wearables indu
Bling, Safety, and Babies: What Wearable Manufacturers Think Women Want
Slate / Posted 26 days ago
into your vagina to play music for an embryo or fetus. The U.S. wearables industry is big business. According to the International Data Corp., sales of wearables in 2015 were up 171.6 percent over the previous year; CCS Insight reported that... Read more
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Market Watch
Microsoft providing cloud computing to BMWwith Amazon will total $14.5 billion in sales this year, up from $11.0 billion
Microsoft providing cloud computing to BMW
Market Watch / Posted 30 days ago
with Amazon will total $14.5 billion in sales this year, up from $11.0 billion in 2015, according to industry analyst International Data Corp. By 2019, IDC expects the market to hit $27.8 billion. Microsoft isn't the first cloud provider to... Read more
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