Vita sales have continued to improve following a region-specific hardware price drop.
PS Vita sales were not high since its released but when it dropped the price in a certain region, it increased dramatically.
In a year full of sales struggle and slash downs, Playstation Vita is finally making it up – in Japan where it slashed down the price. Last month, the game console maker announced a price drop exclusively in Japan. The results were quick and good. The sales in Japan increased 4 times that its sales before. The sales is still . . . → Read More: Playstation Vita Drops Price and Outsells Nintendo 3DS
On Tuesday, the two largest low-cost wireless carriers in the country have agreed to join together and merge their companies — MetroPCS and T-Mobile USA.
The two companies have been going through a struggle when it comes to network technology. Even though they are still getting profits from their business, they still are far behind from their competitors, which leads to the shedding off of their customers.
As a result of the agreed merging, the company will be named as T-Mobile. The company will have a total of 42.5 million subscribers arounf the nations, 9.3 million from MetroPCS while there . . . → Read More: MetroPCS and T-Mobile USA announces its merge
Dell Inc. stated it would probably acquire the technology-security firm SonicWall Inc., the computer manufacturer’s newest struggle to broaden beyond its common hardware businesses.
The firms did not expose the amount Dell agreed to pay out, but individuals knowledgeable about the issue valued the offer about $1.2 billion. One of them stated that the cost bundled SonicWall’s financial debt.
In 2010, private-equity company Thoma Bravo LLC guided a team that took SonicWall private in an offer priced at $717 million. The acquistion company noted in Tuesdayt that SonicWall’s worth has substantially elevated ever since . . . → Read More: Dell Expands Business With Acquisition of SonicWall