Over the weekend, there are rumors spreading for an upcoming Apple gadget tagged as the Apple iWatch.
According to reports from The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, the Cupertino-based tech giant is already on the process of examining archetypes of its next accessory. The reports say that the rumored device will be running an iOS version closely integrated with that of the iPhone.
Features of the rumored iWatch included calendar and email alerts, caller ID, map navigation, Siri integration, mobile payment support, and app notifications. It is also rumored that Corning, the Gorilla Glass manufacturer, will be . . . → Read More: Rumored Upcoming Apple iWatch
One of the wireless carriers in USA ,T-Mobile stated Friday that it’s going to remove a total of 1,900 call center jobs in an attempt to cut costs at the striving company.
T-Mobile stated that there will be more restructuring that will come before July to “optimize operations,” though it didn’t particularly state that more job layoffs would extend or take a part.
“These are not easy steps to take, but they are necessary to realize efficiency in order to invest for growth,” according to Philipp Humm, CEO of T-Mobile USA, in a statement.
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Expect you have obtained some popcorn and a German law book at the ready because this back-and-forth between Apple and Samsung only gets better and better. The preliminary order forbidding from selling its Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the EU has been partly lifted. Now before you jump to the same conclusions I did, allow me to say that this suspension has nothing to do with the false proof found in the protest of Apple. That is not the reason why the Dusseldorf regional court gave for the lift.
As an alternative, a court spokesperson said that . . . → Read More: Galaxy Tab Injunction for Apple-Samsung Case, Suspended by German Court