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Samsung reportedly aims to sell 10 million Galaxy S IV smartphones each month

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Following the success of its Galaxy S II and Galaxy S III devices, Samsung (005930) has high hopes for its upcoming flagship smartphone. It has been speculated that the company will release the Galaxy S IV in April. According to South Korean news site Money Today, Samsung has reportedly set a goal...
Samsung reportedly aims to sell 10 million Galaxy S IV smartphones each month

Bridgelux Deal Points to Pressures in LED Market

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Like solar energy, the field known as LED lighting has been marked by high hopes and tough realities. A new deal this week between a company called Bridgelux and Toshiba is another sign of the times....
Bridgelux Deal Points to Pressures in LED Market

Local Business Shocked to Find Traffic Declined After Moving Their Website to “Nuts.com”

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(nuts.com) "Despite high hopes and careful planning, the Newark Nut Company’s Web traffic took a dive after moving to Nuts.com," writes the Onion the New York Times. Aw, nuts! Several experts chalk this traffic decline up to a host of variables--Google having to reassess the site, the fact that the company's head Jeffrey Braverman...
Local Business Shocked to Find Traffic Declined After Moving Their Website to “Nuts.com”

Another U.S. government agency drops BlackBerry, plans switch to iPhone 5

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Following the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency announcing it would end its contract with RIM and purchase $2.1 million worth of iPhones, Bloomberg reported today that the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board will also make the switch. The agency said in a notice posted to its website that BlackBerrys...
Another U.S. government agency drops BlackBerry, plans switch to iPhone 5

Apple's Lightning to 30-Pin Adapter Torn Apart, Reveals Several Chips and Copious Glue

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Peter from Double Helix Cables has made a guest post on Gizmodo showing his work to tear down Apple's new Lightning to 30-pin Adapter that began shipping earlier this week. Apple has come under a fair amount of criticism for charging $29 for the basic adapter and $39 for one...
Apple's Lightning to 30-Pin Adapter Torn Apart, Reveals Several Chips and Copious Glue

PC shipments are set to decline in 2012 for the first time in over a decade

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Worldwide PC shipments are set to decline in 2012 for the first time in 11 years, according to a report from IHS iSuppli. Shipments are expected to fall from 352.8 million units in 2011 to 348.7 million in 2012, representing a drop of 1.2%.  The research firm notes that...
PC shipments are set to decline in 2012 for the first time in over a decade

Pillow Mogul Explains Why Mitt Romney's Tax Cuts For The Rich Won't Fix The Economy...

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As I've described frequently over the last few months, I had high hopes for Mitt Romney's economic plan. Alas, until very recently--yesterday, in fact--Romney's stated economic solution has strongly suggested that he either doesn't understand what's wrong with the U.S. economy, or, worse, doesn't care (as long he gives himself...
Pillow Mogul Explains Why Mitt Romney's Tax Cuts For The Rich Won't Fix The Economy...

Software Glitch Mars Nokia’s US Re-Entry

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Nokia Corp.’s Lumia 900 smartphone was supposed to help usher in a new era for the once-dominant Finnish mobile phone giant, but a software glitch could derail the company’s splashy re-entry into the U.S. Reuters Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is banking on a new smartphone lineup based on Microsoft’s Windows...
Software Glitch Mars Nokia’s US Re-Entry

Roger Mosey interview: BBC will show every Olympics event

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Corporation's Games chief outlines 2,500 hours of coverage on television, radio and online that he thinks will unite Britain againThe 1908 Olympics took place in White City, just yards from where the BBC's director of London 2012 is now sipping a cappuccino, and they started amid hubristic high hopes. But...
Roger Mosey interview: BBC will show every Olympics event

Boxever launches out of beta with high hopes for optimising airline data

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Boxever, the real-time customer intelligence platform for airlines has launched today to help flight companies achieve more with their own data. The company provides a way for airlines to segment and target customers in real-time with a recommendation engine that returns relevant flights, destinations and other probable requirements like hotels,...
Boxever launches out of beta with high hopes for optimising airline data
Windows 8 is 'a catastrophe for everyone in the PC space'

Nvidia Profit Falls 32%

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Nvidia's move into chips for mobile devices isn't yet paying off as hoped. Revenue for the unit that includes the Tegra 2 chip for mobile devices fell 42% in the latest quarter. But the company holds high hopes for later in the year....
Nvidia Profit Falls 32%
Is There Still Hope For Google's Disappeared Android@Home And Nexus Q?

Daily Report: A Corporate Web Makeover How-To

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Despite high hopes and careful planning, the Newark Nut Company's Web traffic took a dive after changing its online name to Nuts.com....
Daily Report: A Corporate Web Makeover How-To

Microsoft to build first innovation center in China, has software development in mind

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Microsoft's relatively often finding ways to encourage software development in various fields, and the company's latest venture has it setting footsteps near the Great Wall. According to a report by news agency Xinhua, the software (and hardware) company has reached a deal with China's Hainan government that will see...
Microsoft to build first innovation center in China, has software development in mind

Remember Color? It's Taking Another Shot With A Big Verizon Partnership (VZW)

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Color has signed a partnership with Verizon that will help Color dramatically improve its live video sharing app, and Verizon will integrate Color into upcoming 4G LTE phones. Color became infamous last year after it raised $41 million from Sequoia and other venture firms, only to release a really confusing...
Remember Color? It's Taking Another Shot With A Big Verizon Partnership (VZW)

TSMC's big expectations for its 20nm chips suggest negotiations with Apple

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Officials at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. have high hopes for their forthcoming 20-nanometer chip production process, fueling speculation that Apple plans to adopt the company's chips for its iPhone and iPad starting in 2014....
TSMC's big expectations for its 20nm chips suggest negotiations with Apple
After Chewing Out Apple, China Targets Microsoft's Surface Warranty Policies
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Google+ finally allows you to merge your accounts

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Google+ users with a profile attached to their regular Gmail account and one attached to their Google apps account are finally able to merge those two accounts, thanks to a new tool launched by Google Thursday. The tool, which is part of Google Takeout, the company’s data portability initiative, allows...
Google+ finally allows you to merge your accounts
Everyone and their mom (and mine) got a tablet this holiday season. What next?

david: iTunes doesn't have high hopes for your baby The best...

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david: iTunes doesn't have high hopes for your baby The best part is that several of those may be the absolute *last* films you'd want to watch if you're expecting. ...
david: iTunes doesn't have high hopes for your baby The best...

AOL may never be able to patch up Patch

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The internet company has placed high hopes -- and lots of cash -- in its hyperlocal news venture. But, with just a few sites actually turning a profit, the numbers may never add up. FORTUNE -- It was supposed to be a savior. AOL's hyperlocal news venture Patch was created...
AOL may never be able to patch up Patch

Report: Apple loses exclusive iPhone trademark in Brazil

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A Brazilian regulatory agency on Wednesday ruled that Apple is not the only company that can exclusively sell smartphones bearing the iPhone name in the country. Gradiente Electronica, a local company that had registered the name in 2000, is the other, the BBC reported. Gradiente was granted the iPhone trademark...
Report: Apple loses exclusive iPhone trademark in Brazil

Google+ Enterprise Version and Flipboard Integration on the Way, Says Exec

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Google has high hopes for its Google+ social network in the enterprise, with a more corporate-friendly version on the way as the company also continues to slowly......
Google+ Enterprise Version and Flipboard Integration on the Way, Says Exec

Even Wall Street is left impressed with the HTC One

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Two analysts have recently raised their rating on the company, citing their high hopes for sales of the HTC One. [Read more]...
Even Wall Street is left impressed with the HTC One

Mike Judge's HBO Silicon Valley Comedy Opens On 'The Shit Brown Hills of Mountainview'

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There’s shit in them hills. Have we told you how mind-numbingly excited Betabeat is for HBO’s forthcoming comedy, Silicon Valley? That the network’s inspired decision to hire the creators of Beavis and Butthead to write a TV show about startups thrust us into a fit of giggling anticipation? So, now...
Mike Judge's HBO Silicon Valley Comedy Opens On 'The Shit Brown Hills of Mountainview'
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