Category: Business

LG’s Got a New CEO For Mobile Division

LG’s last year performance was quite impressive and it was quite a contrast compared to its other South Korean counterpart, Samsung. In fact in the third quarter alone they have made US$163 million (MYR587.24 million) from an official revenue of...

Intel Breaks Revenue Record!

Just recently, Intel has reported its total revenues from 2014 were $55.9 billion (MYR201.4 billion). This is an increase of 22% as compared to their total revenue for 2013. They have made $11.7 billion (MYR42.15 billion) of net income from their total...

Xiaomi’s Profit Numbers Not Real?

The Wall Street Journal previously posted an unofficial profit number of 3.46 billion Chinese Yuan (MYR2 billion) out of their revenue of 27 billion Chinese Yuan (MYR15.6 billion) for the year of 2013. Now these numbers do seem believable considering...

Samsung Working on Budget Tablets?

Samsung seems to be extra busy trying to regain lost market share and profits this year. The South Korean tech behemoth has been going through a slump with their market share dropping  – even in South Korea – and also...

Apple Acquires Semetric

In documents filed with Companies House earlier in January, Semetric’s registered address was changed to 100 New Bridge Street in London – the office of law firm Baker & McKenzie, which is also the registered address of Apple Europe Limited....

[CES 2015] Layered Design Returns with the Lenovo Vibe X2 Pro

As part of Lenovo’s CES 2015 gala in Las Vegas, the Chinese manufacturer launched a follow up to their very unique Vibe X2: the Vibe X2 Pro. The upcoming Vibe X2 Pro will continue what has become one of the...

Wireless Charging Standards by A4WP and PMA

Wireless charging or otherwise known as inductive charging is nothing new to us and it is certainly not new to the world. The craze of wireless charging started with a certain Palm device back in 2009. The industry was so...

Samsung loses market share in South Korea

New market research has shown that Apple is gaining market share all over Asia which includes Japan, China and Korea. iPhone sales have broken records in Japan and Korea and this seems to be affecting LG, Sony and Samsung. Samsung...

Samsung looking at a multiplatform strategy with Tizen

Samsung has announced that it’s own operating system, Tizen will be heading not only to smartphones but also to smart appliances and Smart TVs for this year. At CES 2015, the tech giant announced that all its devices will be...

Is Sony’s mobile division in danger of extinction?

In a report, Sony is allegedly looking into new options including possible business partnerships and even selling the mobile division of the company. The department hasn’t been doing so well and it might be time for the company to cut...