It is poor AT&T network, rather than the antenna problem that is affecting Apple iPhone's sales, a study carried out by analyst firm Piper Jaffray claimed.
Piper Jaffray surveyed 258 mobile phone users to know why they didn't buy the latest version of iPhone, and found that antenna problem discouraged more than 20 per cent of the respondents, while Apple's exclusive carrier contract with AT&T was the biggest concern for more than 60 per cent of the respondents.
Redbox has reached a billion mark with its related rental service offering of DVD and Blu-ray rental service.
It is claimed to be one of the major landmarks, and in respect of this matter the firm is offering free rentals to individuals who initiated the contest offering a complete Sony Entertainment System.
Redbox, which was marked as a start-up venture was demoed as a revolution when it initiated its service offering for DVD rentals for $1 a day via thousands of kiosks, now has users renting for almost 10 million movies per week.
Microsoft has notified that it would release nine security updates next week to address as many as 13 vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows, Office and its Web server software.
The company labeled four of the potential nine security updates as "critical", while the remaining five have been smeared as "important".
The number of patches to be released on September 14 will be more than double the maximum Microsoft has issued in any other odd-month of this year.
British microchip firm ARM, whose chips are found in Apple’s popular mobile devices, has introduced its latest microprocessor, the Cortex-A15, for the future smartphones and other mobile devices.
The firm unveiled the 2.5 GHz Cortex-A15 at an event in San Francisco, claiming that the chip would be five times faster than the existing smartphone chips.
ARM said that the dual-core Cortex-A15 processor, which had been code-named Eagle, would be built in 32-nm, 28-nm processes. The first licensees would include Texas Instruments, Samsung and ST Ericsson.
A recent leak report offers Google ad purchasers, all credited to a new internal Google document leaked by Advertising Age, where various firms spent nearly $1 million in June to buy ads in Google's search findings.
The recent leap was stated when BP, who have exhausted $3.59 million for the present month, spearheading the sales from $57,000 soon after the oil spill.
At a current price of $3.6 million, BP has slid down to sixth place in case of firms offering huge amounts of cash discounts with respect toads via Google.
'Big-O' is offering Xbox 360 and PC into a single unit Origin and released the ultra-high powered Big O gaming event this day, offering both high-end PC and an Xbox 360 into a single unit.
The basic model of the system is priced at $7669 but the details are pretty immaculate.
Big-O, offers basic feature which comprises of a liquid-cooled Intel Core i7 930 overclocked to 4.0GHz on a liquid-cooled ASUS Rampage III Extreme Motherboard that comes with 6GB of Corsair Dominator 1600Mhz RAM.
US consumer electronics retailer Best Buy has announced that it would start offering Amazon Kindle e-reader this fall as a part of its new e-reader section in its stores.
Best Buy will become the only brick-an-mortar to offer the Barnes & Noble Nook, Sony Reader and Kindle, which has been available via Amazon’s website since it made debut in 2007.
The US video game industry last month suffered a decline of 10 per cent in sales, figures compiled by The NPD Group revealed.
Revenue from video game software and hardware in the US settled at $818.9 million in August as compared with $910.3 million in the year ago period.
Revenue from portable videogame devices, accessories and games slipped 25 per cent as compared with the corresponding period of last year. Sales of video game software were $403.5 million, representing a decline of 14 per cent from August 2009.
Soccer superstar David Beckham is tipped by the famous rapper Snoop Dogg for a prospective Christmas No1 song with his three children. The football player is running with associate rapper ambassador Dogg and their brood to know-how a melody relentless according to spy Dogg.
The rapper boasts the song could challenge the trail will be out by the winner of British reality show X feature TV in the Christmas occasion in UK.
Group of consumer choice has undertaken a review of supermarket own brand food products. It compared to other fashionable brand equal in terms of nutrition and taste.
According to Rebecca CHOICE author Cat the rise of supermarket-own brands in Australia. It has been phenomenal with Woolworths and Coles leading the charge followed by the admired reduction chain.
Preference tasted a mixture of foods with trendy recognized voice and legislature of Woolworths Home Brand, Aldi and Woolworths Select brands. The group enjoys the canned peaches, cornflakes and canned tuna.
According to Vince Cable, the Business Secretary of UK, the appointment of the investment banker Bob Diamond as the head of Barclays has raised concerns over the investment arms of the traditional High Street banks.
Mr. Cable expressed his worries about the combination of the traditional banking and casinos. He did not criticize the appointment of Bob Diamond directly but expressed his objections in other ways as it is not the government’s job to appoint the chief of a private bank.
The international phone card firm Lycatel has said that it is committed to make much clearer charges in its adverts. This move came after an investigation on the company by the telecom regulator of UK, Ofcom.
The telecom regulator had looked in to the complaints of the consumers on the company that the adverts had some hidden charges and the company had represented higher number of minutes than the original number of minutes the caller had talked. Ofcom has said that it would check other phone card firms whether they were giving the correct information or not.
It has been said by the United Steelworkers union’s President and Adviser that they are planning to file a lawsuit against China for violating the rules of the World Trade Organization.
The union said that China is accused of subsidizing clean energy equipment exports. The filing, which said that China’s provincial Governments and the Government in Beijing has taken the advantage of land grants, is 18 inches thick and more than 5,000 pages.
After hearing the reviews of the Government’s spending in defense section, BAE Systems has announced on Thursday that it is planning to cut off its 740 jobs in the military aerospace business in Britain.
"We have made an announcement within our UK Military Air Solutions business this morning which relates to the beginning of a consultation process around a proposed 740 job losses from five of our UK sites”, said BAE Spokeswoman said on Thursday.
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