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The business posts from around the world.

The Death of Facebook?

May 7, 2013 |

While it may be a tad early to write the obituary of the Social Networking site that has revolutionized the way people use and spend time on the internet; the growing trends in the highly competitive race for a slice … Read More

The World’s Smallest Stop-Motion Movie

May 3, 2013 |

IBM has produced the world’s tiniest stop-motion movie.  How small exactly?  One pixel is a single carbon monoxide molecule, which consists of carbon and oxygen bonded together.  The largest atom on the periodic table, Cesium, is only 520 picometers in … Read More

Is LG Finally Getting its Act Together in Smartphones Market?

April 30, 2013 |

The recently released IDC report on global smartphone market and also the recent financial reports released by LG have bought some cheer to LG – in a long awaited development, LG has finally recorded good sales in smartphones segment, even … Read More

T Mobile’s No Contract Plans Under Fire for “Deceptive” Marketing

April 26, 2013 |

When T Mobile first announced its plans to do away with contracts, many heralded the move as a step in the right direction.  Now, however, it would seem that T Mobile had withheld some critical information in regards to its … Read More

Samsung Faces Fresh Scrutiny in Taiwan Over False Publicity

April 17, 2013 |

Samsung, though riding on a high wave prior to its launch of S4 and Mega devices later this year, also faces a couple of situations that could rain on its parade. Close to heels of Samsung offices being raided in … Read More

Samsung Galaxy Note III rumored to have aluminum body

April 15, 2013 |

Aluminum body construction for mobile devices has been gaining ground, and Samsung seems to have taken notes (see what I did there?).  Throughout the generations of devices, Apple seems to be the one who introduced this phenomenon with the first … Read More

Seoul Police raid Samsung office in search of stolen technology

April 15, 2013 |

Various national and international press sources have confirmed that South Korean police searched and investigated Samsung Display HQ in connection with LG OLED TV technology theft in Asan – south of Seoul. The investigation team entered into their office and … Read More

Apple to pay $53M to settle iPhone and iPod Warranty Lawsuit

April 15, 2013 |

When you go and buy a new gadget, it is not only the product features which dictate your buying decision but also the after sales support that comes along with it. Because the last thing you want is to spend … Read More

PC Industry: Is the Endgame Nigh?

April 12, 2013 |

Is it really possible that the ubiquitous PC, a device that revolutionized the way we work, play, interact and pretty much do everything else, can actually be on its last legs? Is it just possible that a device which replaced … Read More

Amazon buys top book recommendation site Good Reads

April 12, 2013 |

Amazon is quickly becoming one of the companies we love to hate. Undeterred by the antitrust lawsuits against Microsoft, the biggest online retailer is out to replicate the software giant’s exploits in the print world. Much has been said and … Read More