This September 9, 2015 was suppose to be one of the biggest Apple Event, with bigger venue and bigger promise. And it was a disappointment, people are kind of over joyed. Take a look at our quick coverage on all updates of today.
Apple may be presented like the icon of success, wealth, quality products and the best in tech but like all companies, it must have its faults. A mobile designer who recently quit his job at Apple has now slammed the company in a blog.
Earlier, we reported that Taiwan technology giant Foxconn decided to invest $40 million in US manufacturing. Lately, it’s been reported that Foxconn has planned to invest up to $1 billion in Indonesia for diversifying production away from China.
Steve Jobs is considered one of the most remarkable innovators and visionaries of the tech world. Although he’s gone, he continues to inspire countless people around the globe with his ideas, including Oracle’s co-founder and CEO Larry Ellison.
Ernst & Young Plaza, a 41-story building in Los Angeles is apparently messing with the cellular network of Verizon. After investigating the issue, FCC has confirmed this and warned the building owner to resolve this within 60 days.
Russian government hadn’t expressed any definite opinions towards the recent rise of crypto-currencies until now. But now, the Central Bank of Russia has warns Russian citizens against the use of Bitcoin.
It is almost a thing now to release mysterious teasers and hints before a company launches a new product. Nokia is following the tradition, having released a vague Windows Phone video today which points towards an upcoming announcement.
Lately, it’s been reported first phase of one of the new campuses of Apple in Austin is nearly finished and Apple is set to begin moving into its new “Americas Operations Center” in Austin after spending just over $27 million on the project’s initial stage.
PC sales and profits have nosedived in the past few years and most PC vendors have either started producing mobile devices or run into losses. Sony is now shutting down its PC division to focus on more profitable areas such as PlayStation.
Satya Nadella has been appointed the new CEO of Microsoft, after a lot of wait and anticipation. Given Microsoft’s history with CEOs, he is here to stay for a long while. And a look at the extensive and substantial compensation package he’s been promised confirms that.
Samsung is apparently trying to cash in on the Sochi 2014 Olympics in Russia. Reports have it that the company is giving away free Galaxy Note 3 units to Olympic athletes, while also demanding that they hide the Apple logo on their iPhones during the opening ceremonies.
360-degree videos are not a new concept, becoming somewhat more popular and accessible with Oculus Rift. The Japanese companies NTT and NicoNico Douga are now collaborating to attempt 360-degree broadcasts of live events.
Microsoft has attracted quite a few rumors and estimations in the past few days while the company busily searched for a new CEO. It would appear that Satya Nadella has finally been appointed the new CEO of the company.
Many of us have often wanted to have a satellite phone, in times when our Wi-Fi speeds are terrible or other connectivity options are down. Globalstar may make this possible with its Sat-Fi, a service that can turn any Wi-Fi device into a satellite phone.
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