Posts Tagged ‘Smartphones’

IT retailers still upbeat with SST

By KEVIN WONG / Pic By TMR
Retailers of information technology (IT) products are not expecting any huge impact on their businesses with the ...

Neffos aims to be in top 5 in Malaysia 3

The brand’s sales revenue has already increased 300% compared to last year’s figure
By KEVIN WONG The race among smartphone manufacturers to be ranked ...

LG Display to stay reliant on LCDs

By BLOOMBERG
TOKYO • As Apple Inc looks set to make more iPhones using organic light-emitting diode displays (OLEDs), one of its key screen suppliers ...

Huawei can’t block Samsung China manufacturing, Judge says

by BLOOMBERG
Samsung Electronics Co. can continue manufacturing and selling smartphones in China while it battles Huawei Technologies Co. over patent ...
George Zhao Zhiwei

For many, cheap and cheerful smartphones make sense

Some Malaysians are willing to fork out a lot to purchase flagship smartphones from leading brands, but there are many who opt for the cheaper and ...

Apple is said to plan giant iPhone and a lower-priced model

by BLOOMBERG
Apple Inc. is preparing to release a trio of new smartphones later this year: the largest iPhone ever, an upgraded handset the same size ...

Lenovo posts surprise loss as mobile unit struggles

by BLOOMBERG
BEIJING • Lenovo Group Ltd posted a surprise loss after taking a US$400 million (RM1.56 billion) charge due to US tax reforms as its ...

Google makes little noise buying UK sound tech startup Redux

by BLOOMBERG
Alphabet Inc.’s Google has quietly acquired a UK startup focused on technology that turns surfaces such as phone displays into speakers. ...
Tencent

China reinvents literature (quite profitably)

By ADAM MINTER / Pic By BLOOMBERG
Smartphones may be killing print in China, but they’re revolutionising literature. Last year, 333 million Chinese ...

EU probes banks as firms gird for data-sharing law

By BLOOMBERG
LONDON • As the European Union (EU) prepares to usher in sweeping new data-sharing rules for finance, antitrust authorities are probing ...

The challenge to keep the world’s smartphones charging

By NATHANIEL BULLARD
Smartphones have been adopted by the billions worldwide in no small part because they are wireless. But they’re not ...