Technology News Archive - October 08, 2012
As American companies look for more information about their customers, the products they buy and the goods that capture their attention at department stores, more and more of them have started turning to firms located in India.
Representatives from a Taiwanese electronics manufacturing company are denying reports that workers have gone on strike and have been disrupting the facility's production of the Apple iPhone.
Automotive manufacturer Mercedes-Benz turned to social network users this past weekend to help them determine the outcome of a new series of television commercials, according to various media reports.
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A year-long report conducted by the House Intelligence Committee has ended with a warning to American companies: Do not get in business with Chinese tech firms Huawei and ZTE.
Goodbye, Webtop: You were a great idea, but ultimately killed by sloppy implementation and greedy carriers.
HTC began the week on a down note when it announced its earnings for the third quarter of this year.
When Apple announced new iPod Touch and iPod Nano models last month during the combined iPhone 5 / iPod event, they began taking pre-orders straight away, with a promised ship date of “October.” That’s it, October. The entire month.
It was only last week that the Wall Street Journal ran a story confirming Asian suppliers have already begun “mass production” of the rumored iPad Mini.
Cisco rival Polycom plans to take yet another aspect of business into the ever-growing cloud: Videoconferencing.
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