Smart-Landbank mobile loan facility hits P1-billion Jose Bimbo F. Santos, InterAksyon.com · Tuesday, March 3, 2015 | 2:42 pm
Huawei plans big push to sell its phones, wearable devices Edwin Chan, Gerry Shih, Reuters · Tuesday, March 3, 2015 | 2:29 pm
HP to buy Wi-Fi gear maker Aruba Networks for $2.7 billion Abhirup Roy, Reuters · Tuesday, March 3, 2015 | 9:00 am
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Huawei plans big push to sell its phones, wearable devices March 3, 2015 | 2:29 pm | Edwin Chan, Gerry Shih, Reuters Two years after U.S. legislators branded it a national security threat, China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd is planning a campaign to win over U.S. consumers, rolling out new mobile phones and wearable devices backed by a marketing effort. READ MORE
The electronic mobile facility developed by Smart Communications, Inc. in partnership with state lender Land Bank of the Philippines has hit P1-billion in loans to government employees six months after it was launched.
Two years after U.S. legislators branded it a national security threat, China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd is planning a campaign to win over U.S. consumers, rolling out new mobile phones and wearable devices backed by a marketing effort.
Phone and Internet firms are rolling out cheaper handsets and may turn to hot-air balloons to boost network coverage in developing countries, where sales of smartphones are booming.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on Monday fended off complaints that the hugely popular social network was getting a free ride out of telecom operators who host its service on smartphones.
China’s official news agency Xinhua has re-launched its English-language presence on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, it announced — all of which are blocked in China.
The head of Sony Mobile told French daily newspaper Le Figaro that the division is not being sold, only two weeks after Sony Corp Chief Executive Kazuo Hirai said he would not rule out considering an exit strategy.
Ericsson, the world’s leading maker of mobile network equipment, said it will help its global base of major telecoms companies to shift to cloud computing using Intel datacenter designs to compete more actively with Web rivals.
Swedish manufacturer Ikea is set to roll out a new line of home furnitures that can charge an array of electronic devices without electrical cords.
Running short of dramatically new phone designs, leaders of the world’s wireless industry agree their next big idea is 5G, shorthand for the fifth generation of networks they expect to have up and running by 2020.
Defying scepticism and geek-stigma, mobile phone firms are determined this year to sell you a wristwatch wirelessly connected to your mobile phone.
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Fantasy Type-O HD for the PlayStation 4 will be released on the 17th of March, 2015, while the Japanese version will be released two days later on the 19th.
Apple Inc has asked its Asian suppliers to make 5-6 million units of its three Apple Watch models for the first-quarter, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Samsung Electronics introduced an extensive range of consumer electronics at its 2015 Samsung Forum in Bangkok, including a new standard in the premium UHD (Ultra High Definition) format aptly called SUHD.
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