Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 in the pipeline, according to sources Tuesday, 17th September 2013
Samsung are keen to carry on their wearable technology expanse as rumours surface that the technology giants already have another model in the pipeline. The long-awaited Galaxy Gear smartwatch launched a fortnight ago, but Korean news site Daum has reported that a new model of the watch could hit shelves as soon as January 2014.
John Lewis show a slowdown despite electronics boost Friday, 6th September 2013
John Lewis this week reported a slowdown in sales despite its electronics and gadgets sector posting a 15.3 per cent upturn. The department store posted an increase of 3.3 per cent year-on-year, accumulating £72.8 million worth of sales, but this figure was eclipsed by last week’s figure- which saw a 6.6 per cent growth.
Microsoft reveals that its CEO is to step down in the next 12 months Friday, 23rd August 2013
Chief executive officer of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer, has revealed that he will retire sometime in the period of the next 12 months, compared to his initial plan to step down in the midst of the firm’s transition to a devices and service company.
Tesco gears up to ‘launch tablet computer’ in time for Christmas Monday, 19th August 2013
It seems that the world’s second-largest retailer could be eyeing online rival Amazon’s hold of the digital and entertainment market, as reported emerge that the supermarket group could launch its own “iPad-like” tablet computer.
Hedge fund manager issues startling warning to retailers ahead of Q2 results Tuesday, 13th August 2013
David Berman, founder of Durban Capital and Berman Capital Management, has issued a startling warning ahead of September’s Q2 results, which will see many retailers reveal their company’s profit margins. Amongst those retailers will be the Home Retail Group, who operate companies Argos and Homebase.
BlackBerry puts itself up for sale as it begins review of “strategic alternatives” Tuesday, 13th August 2013
BlackBerry formally put itself up for sale on Monday, as the Canadian telecommunication and wireless equipment company looks to “strategic alternatives” in the fiercely competitive smartphone market. It’s thought the company’s future could move from a stand-alone public company to being taken private or being snapped up an interested buyer.
Obama administration overturns patent against Apple Monday, 5th August 2013
A US trade panel’s ban on the sale of some older iPhones and iPads has been overturned by the Obama administration, giving Apple Inc further impetus over fierce rivals Samsung Electronics Co Ltd in their long-running patent dispute. Back in June, the US International Trade Commission banned the import or sale of the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 3G and iPad 2 3G, saying the devices infringed a patent owned by Samsung.
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