The iPhone 5 has sold more than 5 million units and now a number of those buyers are having complaints with their new phones, which is unusual for the brand. Heading up the list of top complaints is the spotty maps app that has with this model replaced the Google Maps app. Other complaints include the […]
California, you may have heard, is an apocalyptic mess of raging wildfires, soaring unemployment, mass foreclosures and political paralysis. It’s dysfunctional
THE bedroom door opened and a light went on, signaling an end to nap time. The toddler, tousle-haired and sleepy-eyed, clambered to a wobbly stand in his crib. He smiled, reached out to his father, and uttered what is fast becoming the cry of his generation: “iPhone!” The iPhone has revolutionized telecommunications. It has also […]
South Korea’s average ‘Net speed plunges 24%, iPhone blamed In the course of three months during 2009, South Korea’s average Internet connection speed dropped by a dramatic 24 percent. Think about the magnitude of the decline here: one of the world’s most wired countries suddenly sees its overall Internet speeds reduced by a quarter over […]
All eyes are on corporate earnings these days as investors shift from a hopeful mode to one more demanding of real improvement. And in the business headlines, at least, they are seeing it.
Apple profits jumped 47 percent on surging iPhone and Macintosh computer sales in the latest quarter, capping a remarkable boom year for a company whose rivals were lucky to tread water. Although Google and other tech companies have recently reported strong results or an improved outlook, raising optimism in the sector, none have outstripped expectations as markedly as Apple.
The wisdom of business professors, once only available to MBAs and business students, can now be accessed by anybody with an Internet connection. Hundreds of universities, and a growing number of business schools, are making recordings of lectures, seminars and conferences available to the general public via Web sites such as iTunes and YouTube
Vodafone on Tuesday announced it would start selling Apple’s popular iPhone in the UK from early next year, in a move that should bolster efforts to turnround the mobile operator’s ailing British business. It means there will be three UK mobile operators selling the US technology company’s iPhone from next year: Vodafone, Orange and O2.