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Smartwatch shipments fall for the first time, but Apple still the runaway leader

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

Smartwatch shipments fall for the first time, but Apple still the runaway leader

According to IDC, shipments of smartwatches fell for the first time since they began tracking this type of devices. 201 more words


Appeals Court Doesn't Stop Crude Oil Rail Shipments Through Richmond

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A state appeals court upheld dismissal of a lawsuit in which environmentalists sought to challenge crude oil rail shipments through Richmond. 459 more words


MyMallBox: Tutorial de cómo comprar a EEUU

¡¡Hola a todos!! :)

Much@s de vosotros alguna vez seguramente habéis deseado comprar un producto que desgraciadamente no es posible conseguir en España. Si lo compramos directamente a Estados Unidos uno de los mayores riesgos que corremos son las aduanas, 927 more words


Samsung to Capitalize on First OLED-Based iPhone in 2017

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

Samsung Electronics, which produces the company’s lineup of Android-based Galaxy smartphones, is expected to remain Samsung Display’s largest customer over the next few years, with AMOLED panel demand projected to grow from 239 million units in 2016 to 290 million units in 2019. 289 more words


#WW – PC Shipments: Emerging vs. Mature markets

Interesting to see that whereas the mature markets seem to get rid of PCs(-11% growth from 2016 to 2020), emerging markets will increase their adoption(+5% from 2016 to 2020).  53 more words


Apple's MacBooks Had a Really Rough First Quarter

Apple’s notebooks had an exceedingly difficult first quarter, according to new data from research firm TrendForce.

Apple shipped approximately 2.5 million MacBooks, MacBook Airs, and MacBook Pros worldwide during the first quarter, a whopping 40.4% decline compared to the fourth quarter of 2015, TrendForce reported on Tuesday. 490 more words


KGI: iPhone sales in 2016 could be lower than 2014 as iPhone 7 has no ’attractive’ updates

Reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo at KGI Securities has today published a new research note in which he has some not-so-good predictions for how Apple will fare in the smartphone market during 2016. 324 more words