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    5G, promotions push smartphone sales

    Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 07/08/2020

    » The roll-out of mid-range 5G-enabled smartphones and attractive promotions for new flagship handsets, including the Samsung Note 20 and the upcoming iPhone 12, are likely to stoke demand in the local smartphone market in the second half, say industry pundits.


    Smartphone Price Premium Ebbs for 5G

    Business, Published on 07/08/2020

    » 5G, the next-generation wireless standard once exclusively the province of top-line smartphones, is sliding into more affordable handsets faster than expected.


    Samsung upgrades folding smartphone in move to rev up sales

    AFP, Published on 06/08/2020

    » SAN FRANCISCO: Samsung on Wednesday unveiled a second-generation folding smartphone along with other new gadgetry aiming to jump-start sales in a market hit hard by the global pandemic.


    The Internet of Bodies

    Asia focus, Suwatchai Songwanich, Published on 06/07/2020

    » Surveilling people's health data via wearable devices has gained momentum with contact and health tracking during the coronavirus outbreak.

  • LIFE

    Tag Heuer connects to a tee

    Life, Noko, Published on 03/07/2020

    » Since 2015, Tag Heuer has shown its prowess in engineering smartwatches, whose third generation was launched in March. The success of its Connected models is due to performance and practicality that make them a good companion for people with an active lifestyle, even on the green.



    Published on 05/06/2020

    » bHublot first released the Big Bang in 2005. Since then, this model has come to embody Swiss watchmaking in the third millennium.


    Hackers don't take sick days

    Business, Published on 02/04/2020

    » Internet security researchers have noted that coronavirus-related domains are 50% more likely to be malicious than other domains registered during the same period, and also higher than other recent seasonal themes.


    Planet smartphone

    Business, Published on 13/12/2019

    » In the half-dozen years since they became mainstream, smartphones have become the world's most ubiquitous and used consumer electronic device.

  • TECH

    Apple sours as rivals rise

    Life, James Hein, Published on 04/12/2019

    » Apple can't seem to win a trick these days. Overall phone sales in Europe picked up during the last quarter but iPhone sales did not follow the upswing and ended up 4% down on the same quarter last year. The problem is that the latest models are not giving many users a reason to upgrade. Their battery replacement programme and bad sales in China have not helped either. Overall market share worldwide has dropped from 20.8% to 18.6%. By comparison, Samsung has increased their share to over 35% in the same market. Huawei, in second place, sits about the same on 22.2%. Xiaomi is still in fourth place but well behind the others at 10.5%. The biggest impacts predicted going forward are 5G and Brexit though in reality I don't think the latter will have any real impact other than short term. The most popular Samsung models were the Galaxy A10, A20e, A40 and A50.


    Google to buy wearables maker Fitbit for $2.1 bln

    AFP, Published on 01/11/2019

    » WASHINGTON - Google has agreed to buy Fitbit for $2.1 billion in a move giving the US tech giant an entry into the wearable technology space, the two companies announced Friday.

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