Xiaomi May Not Be China’s Apple After All

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Xiaomi recently announced that with a 33% gain in sales, it sold 34.7 million smartphones in the first half of this year. Now this might sound positive, but for a company that set out to sell 100 million phones in 2015, it could be worrisome. According to a chart presented by Quartz, Xiaomi’s sales have been seen to be sequentially flatlined. It is especially surprising since Xiaomi recently entered new markets like India and Brazil. Read More

Sozial Connect For iOS And Android (Review)

Sozial ConnectConnectivity is as vital as oxygen these days. Sozial Connect is a social media App enables the user to connect with various social networking websites using one App. It is an all-in-one App to stay connected with your family and friends. It is user friendly and easy to manage. Simple features of this App play a key role in it being a success.

 

 

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Apple Retains Its Position As The World’s Most Valuable Company

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Consulting firm, Interband, has released its 2014 ranking for world’s most valuable company and Apple has retained its top position in the list. The list has 100 companies out of which the first, second, fourth, fifth and seventh positions have gone to technology companies. At number two is Google, fourth is IBM, fifth is Microsoft, and seventh is Samsung. Read More

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Apple Vs Samsung: The Story So Far

svaApple and Samsung have been fighting out their legal battle for three years now, and it doesn’t seem to be coming to an end. This war, which has encompassed most of the globe with different results in different parts of the world, has seen the two companies go from being partners to enemies. Popularly known as the “smartphone patent wars,” the battle which was started by Steve Jobs carries on after his death. Here we summarise the story so far. Read More

Apple Facing Class Action Lawsuit Over Labor Code Violations

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Apple has committed a number of alleged Labor Code violations because of which it is facing a class action lawsuit in California. According to TechCrunch, the company is being accused of not providing timely meal breaks, rest breaks, and final paychecks. One complaint cites employees being forced to work for five hours straight without a break and another one suggests that Apple took several weeks to send out a final check to multiple employees. Read More