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The CEO of Lands' End knows exactly who his customers are

Jun 19, 2019

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And the winner is? The results of the Marketplace smartphone blind taste test

by Scott Tong May 29, 2019
Marketplace's smartphone blind taste test found Huawei and Motorola outperformed, and Apple underperformed.
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Qualcomm ruling raises concern over U.S. competitiveness in 5G race

by Scott Tong May 23, 2019
The company's loss in federal court could require it to overhaul its business model, depriving the U.S. industry-leading semiconductor maker of next-generation R&D funds.
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iPhone sales fall in China, but fans abound

by Jennifer Pak Jan 28, 2019
Apple prices can be an issue, but many Chinese still consider the devices prestigious.
An Apple store in Shanghai offers customers a discount on the new iPhone XR model if they trade in an older iPhone model.
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In 2019, your smartphone will no longer be king

by Molly Wood Jan 1, 2019
But it will rule more devices.
"We spent the past two decades converging into one device," says Amy Webb, founder of The Future Today Institute. "We're going to spend the next two decades branching back out."
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Why smartphones are "revolutionary" for India

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Nov 1, 2018
The technology is bringing people online in a way that's "unprecedented in the world," says author Ravi Agrawal.
Indian men check their smartphones outside the Bombay Stock Exchange in Mumbai in October.
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Apple's secret weapon? The semiconductor

by Molly Wood Sep 12, 2018
Apple unveils a new iPhone. What really makes it special? The computer chips inside.
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The second-largest smartphone maker in the world doesn't even sell phones in the U.S.

by Molly Wood Aug 28, 2018
Chinese smartphone makers are getting bigger, even without the American market.
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Americans, including tech insiders, are using less social media

by Molly Wood Aug 17, 2018
People are gradually setting boundaries with social media.
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Mobile phones could make sports betting more accessible — and addictive

by Adrian Ma Jul 10, 2018
Experts caution that widely available and accessible sports betting on mobile phones could lead to an increase in gambling addiction.
The gaming research firm Eilers & Krejcik predicts that in states that adopt it, mobile wagering will make up roughly half of the revenue generated by sports betting operators.
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Instagram Lite debuts, designed for smartphone users in developing countries

by Erika Beras Jun 29, 2018
Instagram Lite popped up on the Google Play Store this week. It’s a slimmed down version of Instagram for people in developing countries. It works where networks are smaller, spottier and Android phones are more popular. Instagram Lite is a…