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iPhone X Supply Will Be Limited This Year, Will Only Meet Demand in 2018: KGI

HIGHLIGHTS Kuo predicts iPhone X shipments to be around 40-45 million in 2017 In 2018, the shipments should go up to 80-90 million units Kuo says iPhone X supply-demand equilibrium will be met in 1H18 While the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are already up for pre-orders, the anniversary edition iPhone Xwill go on sale on November 3, with pre-orders starting from October 27. Now ... Read More »

This free Windows 10 update offer has been extended by Microsoft until next year

A Windows 10 free update offer has been extended by Microsoft Windows 10 is set to ramp up its user base numbers after a free update period was extended by Microsoft until March 2018. Microsoft have run a number of schemes to incentivise users of their flagship OS series to make the jump and upgrade to Windows 10. Those using Windows ... Read More »

Snapchat Plans Move Into Scripted Content by the End of the Year

Photo-sharing platform Snapchat is likely to move into scripted content through its shows by the end of year. A report in the Variety on Wednesday quoted Snapchat’s head of content Nick Bell as saying that the company was not helping to drive a stake into the heart of traditional broadcasters. “Instead, it can help bolster them,” Bell said. He added that mobile ... Read More »

2016 Is the Year Small Businesses Must Develop Mobile Apps

Apps are no longer considered merely a “branding exercise” for small businesses. Business owners are becoming wise to the marketing power a well-designed, intuitive app can bring. From simplifying online purchases to providing easy-to-access information, the benefits are undeniable which is why small businesses must develop mobile apps to stay competitive. Why Small Businesses Must Develop Mobile Apps In previous years, ... Read More »

Make Your Site Mobile-Friendly For The New Year

With the rise of iPhone crazies, Blackberry geeks and Android fanatics, mobile search is finally beginning to experience the growth that search folks hoped it would. Services like FourSquare, Twitter geolocation and Yelp for Mobile will only intensify this growth over the coming year as they create new opportunities for search and users to go mobile. Paul Rosenfeld was absolutely ... Read More »

2016 Is the Year Small Businesses Must Develop Mobile Apps

Apps are no longer considered merely a “branding exercise” for small businesses. Business owners are becoming wise to the marketing power a well-designed, intuitive app can bring. From simplifying online purchases to providing easy-to-access information, the benefits are undeniable which is why small businesses must develop mobile apps to stay competitive. Why Small Businesses Must Develop Mobile Apps In previous years, ... Read More »

Social media and the death of a 12 year old

Werner Roets180 Comments: 0 Article views: 230 Social media and the death of a 12 year old 19 January 2017, 14:37 On 30 December 2016, 12 year old Katelyn Nicole Davis went outside her house, put her mobile phone on a table and pressed the “Go Live” button on her Facebook profile. She spent the next 42 minutes talking about ... Read More »

WE’RE AT CES, TOUCHING ALL THE GADGETS YOU’LL BUY THIS YEAR

Samsung’s CES press conference. Photo credit: Amy Lombard RUBY GOLDBERG01-04-2017 | 10:46:35 Samsung’s CES press conference. Photo credit: Amy Lombard RUBY GOLDBERG01-04-2017 | 10:45:32 I got to the Sony presser late, so I won’t be able to do much in the way of liveblogging. But the big announcement is the company’s first OLED set, and it’s a looker: https://www.wired.com/2017/01/sony-bravia-oled-a1e/ TIM ... Read More »

I’m quitting social media this New Year – here’s why

I’m quitting social media. The HORROR. Whoa, whoa there: I’m not about setting unrealistic goals so I’m still allowing myself the occasional browse (capped at 10 minutes) but strictly no posting. Now, I’m not the *biggest* ‘poster’ ever anyway, maybe once or twice a week on Instagram and Facebook, but I’ve started using Instagram Stories daily and my browsing is ... Read More »

EDUCATION | MORE SUBSIDIES TO SUPPORT STUDENTS NEXT YEAR

Officials of the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau introduce the revamped centralized kindergarten registration scheme The Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ) expects to spend 14 percent more on subsidies for students who attend schools that are part of the city’s free education system. Additional subsidies have also been planned to support Macau students studying in Guangdong’s non-tertiary schools. Aside ... Read More »