Amount of text messages decline in Q3, thanks to iMessage and other Internet services
Amount of text messages decline in Q3, thanks to iMessage and other Internet services
                                       

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Text Messaging Declines in U.S. for First Time, Report Says

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In countries around the world, text-message traffic has been shrinking because Internet-powered alternatives are becoming so widely used. American carriers have fought off the decline -- until now. For the first time ever, the American wireless market saw a decline in messages sent, according to a report by an independent...
Text Messaging Declines in U.S. for First Time, Report Says

Credit Agricole: Apple shares 'poised to rebound'

tech.fortune.cnn.com
An analyst addresses investors' top 10 concerns about Apple's 22% decline FORTUNE -- In a note to clients issued Monday, CLSA's Avi Silver seeks to calm nervous Apple (AAPL) investors in the wake of the stock's "bear market" 22.4% drop since it topped $705 in intraday trading on Sept. 21....
Credit Agricole: Apple shares 'poised to rebound'

Google Outage Shows Business Risks in China

allthingsd.com
Disruptions to Google Inc.’s search and email services in China over the weekend underscore the uncertainty surrounding Beijing’s effort to control the flow of information into the country, as well as the risks that effort poses to the government’s efforts to draw global businesses. Chinese users of many of Google’s...
Google Outage Shows Business Risks in China

The risks of going global? Google's web sites banned in China (again)

venturebeat.com
Google’s troubles in China worsened again as its major services were blocked by the Chinese government on Friday. The ban happened as the Community Party met to appoint its new leaders for the first time in a decade. Google said in a statement to CNN that it had checked...
The risks of going global? Google's web sites banned in China (again)

Google products disrupted in China, once again

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GreatFire suggests the precipitous traffic decline about eight hours ago was due to the government moving "one step closer to fully separating the Chinanet from the Internet." [Read more]...
Google products disrupted in China, once again

Video game sales crash again; industry faces changes

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Yet another month has passed with little good news for the video game industry. Retail video game sales in the United States fell by 25 percent to $755.5 million in October, making it the 11th straight month of year-over-year decline. Hardware sales fell by 37 percent, and software sales...
Video game sales crash again; industry faces changes

Online viewers start leaving if video doesn't play in 2 seconds, says study

gigaom.com
As revenues decline for traditional forms of online advertising, video is emerging as a bright spot for many media companies. It offers an opportunity for long engagement and hefty ad rates — but also a challenge to make it work. A new study reports that faster internet connections have made...
Online viewers start leaving if video doesn't play in 2 seconds, says study
Video game sales decline for the 11th consecutive month
Apple is done growing? iPhone sales seen hitting 100 million per quarter
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