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Samsung Electronics posted second-quarter earnings today in line with its own predictions: the company's net profit fell eight percent year-on-year to 5.75 trillion won ($4.93 billion) on sales of 48.5 trillion won ($41.7 billion), down seven percent from last year. Samsung says its mobile division expects a "difficult business environment" in the second half of the year, but plans to keep up sales momentum by "adjusting the price" of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, along with introducing some new high-end phone models — likely the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.
You have the greatest job in the world. You are a product manager. How many people get the opportunity to truly build something and champion a product to greatness? Each new day is an adventure. There has never been a better time to lead product -- if you are up to the challenge.Every team from Engineering to Marketing depends on you. They are...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The California National Guard is using a drone to search El Dorado National Forest for a missing San Francisco teacher, marking the first time the Guard has used an unmanned aircraft for a search-and-rescue mission.
Windows is no longer the dominant force it was in the 1990s but it’s still by far the most widely used desktop operating system in the world, and that’s not nothing. To celebrate the launch of Windows 10 on Wednesday, MicrosoftTraining.Net has put together a terrific infographic that shows us Windows’ long evolution over the past 30 years. DON’T MISS: Windows 10: The 5 most important tips for newbies Source: MicrosoftTraining In the beginning, there was Windows 1… and it was ugly. For many of us, Windows didn’t really start to become a household name until 1990 when Microsoft released Windows 3, which had a GUI akin to the one that Apple had introduced with its Macintosh line of computers. And from there,
I've known Ben Lamm for over five years. He runs Chaotic Moon, a really neat mobile-app-development shop that churns out some really innovative apps. I came across him while researching The New Small. Since that time, the company has exploded from three employees to more than 200. Clearly, it's doing something right.I recently sat down with...
In an issue that recently stirred up quite a bit of controversy, the terms and conditions of Windows 10 Home stipulate that Microsoft reserves the right to push down system software updates with no notice. DON’T MISS: 5 awful Windows 8 problems that are fixed in Windows 10 As we highlighted a few weeks back, Microsoft’s terms and conditions for Windows 10 read in part: The Software periodically checks for system and app updates, and downloads and installs them for you. You may obtain updates only from Microsoft or authorised sources, and Microsoft may need to update your system to provide you with those updates. By accepting this agreement, you agree to receive these types of automatic updates without any additional
The NFL on Tuesday announced it was upholding Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for allegedly being “generally aware” that team staffers were deflating footballs before games in violation of league rules. In its explanation for why it was upholding the suspension, the NFL revealed that Brady had instructed an assistant to destroy his smartphone just when investigators were getting ready to question him about his role in the scandal. Brady has now fired back with an official excuse for trashing his old phone that will certainly give Samsung executives heartburn when they hear about it. RELATED: Patriots fans react to ‘Deflategate': Here are the 3 stupidest things they’ve done so far “I replaced my broken Samsung phone with a new