CEO Timothy Cook of Apple Inc. is confirmed and again will appear in the D11: All Things Digital conference that will happen next month. He also appeared in the conference last year, just when he replaced the legend Steve Jobs as the CEO of the Cupertino, California-based company. He had the opening interview in the last conference but we don’t know if it will be the same this year.
According to Kara Swisher of AllThingsD, Apple CEO had his first big interview at the All Things Digital conference in 2012 after succeeding Steve Jobs. With his . . . → Read More: Tim Cook will be in the All Things Digital Conference in May
Nokia has been granted an injunction by the court against its rival HTC Corp. Not patent issues this time but against a component that Nokia designed that has been used in the delayed HTC One smartphone.
According to the desicion of the Amsterdam District Court, the microphone component in question is originally invented by Nokia and manufactured by ST Microelectronics exclusively for Nokia only.
According to the Finnish phone manufacturer, they did not give authorization and license to HTC to use their invented component.
The injuction will be in effect unitl March 2014 and will also stop the . . . → Read More: Nokia Wins Court Decision Against HTC over Microphone Component
Apple shares are falling in Wednesday trading in spite of recording increase of sales. Dips down to $398.11 and ends in $402.80.
The issue started when Cirrus Logic, an Apple supplier that makes the sound parts for the iPads and iPhones, reported a drop in sales. 90% of Cirrus Logic’s revenue accounts from Apple, according to reports.
With the Cuppertino, California-based company expected to released their quarterly results, some worries that it might not be surprising anymore.
Pressure on the company
Apple has been celebrating for their great success in . . . → Read More: Apple Shares Dropped and Sales Could Slow Down
Every one in the tech industry is not flourishing by just inventing and developing new gadgets, they are also looking closely in the market, their rivals, and what they are developing. If you want to succeed, then compete with the ones on the top in the market, develop your own, surpass them and get the win.
A spreading rumor and a couple of reports from big online news networks are suggesting that Google’s Motorola Mobility is going to compete with other companies and develop their own smartwatch. According to the reports, this smartwatch is going to . . . → Read More: Google Develops Their Own Smartwatch
Following the unveiled Blackberry Z10, carrier rivals Verizon and AT&T announced that the preorders of the new Blackberry units has began. On the other hand, Blackberry announced that they received a 1-million-unit preorder of the Z10.
The phone maker just revealed that an established partner just ordered 1 million units of the Blackberry 10 phones. In a phone call interview with CNET, the spokeswoman refused to give a name of the said “established partner”. This transaction is said to be the largest single purchase in Blackberry’s history.
The announcements from the phone maker came in just when the . . . → Read More: Blackberry Z10 Preorder Commences; Company Receives 1 Million Unit Order
On Tuesday, Microsoft has announced that its browser-based email service, Outlook.com, has progressed from its preview stage and currently available in the market worldwide.
It was in July 2012 when Outlook.com was introduced. This is considered as the boldest email move during the time when Google released its Gmail way back 2004. At first, the email service will remind you of Google’s email service as it has a simple interface and mega storage. On the other hand, the email’s People Hub and the look and feel of Windows 8 will give Outlook.com the distinct identity from its rivals.
Primarily, Microsoft . . . → Read More: Microsoft moves out Outlook.com from preview stage