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Ng: The Apple has fallen from the tree
SOMETHING happened last week that will probably reverberate for years to come.A few months ago, Apple became the first company to hit $1 trillion market capitalization. Apple seemed to be a company that could do no wrong. Its phones with ...
From 332 days ago
Ng: Taking care of your phone’s battery
WE’VE often been told the perils of charging our phones overnight.Does it destroy the device? Will it cause the socket to burst into flames?Fortunately, with new technology devices in the marketplace, phone charging is one less thing we have to ...
From 360 days ago
Ng: Apple in the crossfire
APPLE’S iPhone has always been a status symbol in many parts of the world.Unfortunately, the American public may soon be hard-pressed to purchase newer iPhone versions should US President Donald Trump put in place tariffs on products imported from China. ...
From 374 days ago
Ng: Smartphone usage
GLOBAL smartphone shipments have declined since the third quarter of 2018, resulting in a loss of 360 million unshipped units.Market researcher Strategy Analytics calls this drawback a recession, citing decreased carrier subsidies, poor replacement time and lack of design innovation.Samsung ...
From 378 days ago
Singles Day shopping frenzy
ALIBABA’S annual Singles Day sale is almost an institution in China.You would not believe that this is only nine years old. It was originally conceived as a good excuse to increase sales.It is celebrated every Nov. 11, which if you ...
From 388 days ago
Ng: Cashless China
CHINA is known as the world’s factory.When a friend said that “God made the world, and China made the rest,” it does seem that certain words ring true.In a short span of 40 years, its manufacturing prowess has raised its ...
From 395 days ago
The smaller players
In the Philippines, we are constantly grumbling about the state of our internet connection.We have one of the slowest speeds in the world that we often take joy in comparing ourselves to developing nations, in the hope that our government ...
From 402 days ago
Neither big nor small
DESPITE technology’s huge strides in recent years, the old PC is still reliable and sales are booming now more than ever.Of course, today’s personal computers are adorned with more bells and whistles than the gigantic contraptions we had around 20 ...
From 409 days ago
Ng: The lowdown on Sowlo
I have constantly observed that people, especially those riding in trains all over the world, are very busy with their cellphones.Over half of them are either playing games, watching videos or listening to music. A majority of them have headphones. ...
From 413 days ago
BUSINESS has always been about providing value, and being competitive and sustainable means you are better than anybody else at providing that value.There used to be a time when in producing something, the business had to do pretty much everything. ...
From 423 days ago