Google Inc.’s privacy practices draws concern again.
The privacy practices of the searcgh engine giant Google Inc. has drawn in alarms after an Australian developer of softwares alleged that the company was providing him personal details of its users, like email addresses, of every user who bought his mobile app.
However, the personal information that was given to the developer, including email addresses, full names, and some postal code details, was not a result of a bug in the software. This event appears to be just part of the policies of Google for its App Store and its payment service . . . → Read More: Google Inc.’s privacy practices draws attention
There have been speculations that HTC Corp. could become a target for takeover. However, given the condition that its market share is slipping and with a gloomy outlook, the smartphone maker from Taiwan could be a risk bet for any purchaser.
Some experts and analysts argue that it would make sense for smartphone makers in China like Lenovo Group, ZTE Corp., or Huawei Technologies Co. to break up HTC to increase its scale. This is most especially for those outside of China as they are transitioning to the high-end market of smartphones, the aspect where they have been focusing for . . . → Read More: Market shares for HTC are cheap, but hard to trade
As the tech market gets wider and wider, market shares also soars high but some company seems not happy with the results.
Smartphone shipments by Samsung increased over the same period in 2011, letting it simply take hold of the biggest share of the global market, while Nokia’s share dramatically plummeted as their smartphones are not clicking to the mass and only playing in the low end, according to a market analyst, while another market analyst rated the South-Korea-based company as the top or the no. 1 on the cellphone market.
In the first quarter of 2011, Samsung’s . . . → Read More: Samsung Gets the Highest Market Share in the First Quarter of 2012