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MEA tablet market grew 26.1% in Q4 2014 to total 4.43m units
Holiday purchases and aggressive end-of-year promotions spurred a particularly strong performance in the consumer segment.
Keeping your credit card in safe hands
While it becomes easier for consumers across the globe to easily transfer millions of dollars electronically, the fear of misuse and breach is mounting
Mobile Internet contributes over $700b to 13 major economies
The single-largest contributor to mobile Internet revenue growth in the next several years will be the apps.
A paradigm shift with LEDs
Although LEDs have a higher initial cost than incandescent and compact fluorescent light bulbs, the cost is quickly recouped over time in lower electricity costs.
Future consumers to demand more from shared data plans
Smartphone users are most keen to see high data allowances in shared data plans, but unlimited voice and text messaging are also sought after.
Majority of UAE residents find gadgets as irresistible
Almost three quarters of UAE residents could not live without their laptop or smartphone due to addition to technology, according to a new survey findings.
The network challenge
Huawei Technologies Co, China’s largest phone-network equipment maker, will offer a new line of switches that can be upgraded like applications on a smartphone as the company steps up its challenge to Cisco Systems Inc.
Publishers object to e-book pricing case
Publishers who previously settled an antitrust lawsuit with the US Justice Department over pricing of electronic books filed an objection to the government’s bid to force Apple to terminate existing contracts with them.
Apple turns tables
Apple is trying to force Samsung Electronics Co’s mobile devices off US store shelves a week after dodging an iPhone 4 ban by a rare White House veto.
China court orders Apple to pay in rights dispute
A Chinese court has ordered Apple Inc. to pay 1.03 million yuan ($165,000) to eight Chinese writers and two companies who say unlicensed copies of their work were distributed through Apple’s online store.
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