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Samsung freezes the launch of the folding mobile by detecting faults on the screen

Samsung has left in the air the launch of the Galaxy Fold, the first foldable mobile, until the inspection, that has begun to determine the cause of the failures...

What’s going on in the Indian mobile market?

India has become the fastest growing smartphone market in the world, while China, on the other hand, has been stagnating, dragging with it Apple and other international brands that...

Fake anger won’t help you win in negotiations

Using fake anger as a tactic in negotiations generally leaves parties of both parts feeling guilty, distrusted, and needing to make amends afterward, according to a new study. Anger, the...

Lying low in the SERPs? Here’s what to do

If you are a blogger, you must have faced the issue of lying low on the Search Engine Result Page, even though you felt your content was extremely relevant...

Samsung’s profits drop more: 60% from year to year

Samsung finds itself in a complicated situation, although it is still the main actor of a multi-million dollar market. Three months ago its revenues had fallen by 28% between...

5 things you need to know about becoming more data-driven

Data-driven is quickly becoming the hottest buzzword in tech. Everything is data-driven these days, from decision-making to campaign formulation and production planning. To be data-driven is to be one...

Steals $122 million from Google and Facebook with false invoices

Evaldas Rimasauskas, Lithuanian citizen, was recently arrested and charged with financial fraud, identity theft and money laundering. All this after stealing 99 million dollars from Facebook and another 23...

How to run a successful business

Starting a business is something that almost everyone is able to do; thanks to new technology and in particular the internet, but running a business and making it successful...

How long can Apple maintain its “pricing power”?

At the time of analyzing Apple, the @victoriouscake graphic that we enclose is pure gold and it leads us to the million dollar question about the apple company. How...

Being ‘the real you’ at work, will make you happier

At work, it’s healthier and more productive just to be yourself, according to a new study. The study examines 65 studies focusing on what happens after people in a workplace...
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Companies are lazy and unclear sending alerts about data breaches

The notifications that companies send consumers about data breaches lack clarity and may add to customer confusion about whether their data is at risk,...

After augmented reality, the virtual world still affects you

New research digs into how augmented reality affects people’s behavior—in both the physical world and a digitally enhanced one. Researchers found that after people had...

What is the economic rationale as to whether we should impose a tax on...

Soda taxes offer a “net good,” according to an analysis of health benefits and consumer behavior. The two working papers point to advantages similar to...

How to reduce the chance of clicking through to a phishing link?

New research compares different kinds of warnings alerting email users to potential phishing scams. Just when we think we have a handle on the tricks...

What is Google Translatotron?

Google Translate goes a step further with 'Translatotron', a service that translates without the need for text. The translator converts your audio to another...

Google Play may be still used on Huawei devices

Google, the technological giant on which android operating systems depend and which has announced its rupture with Huawei, announces that users will be able...

When price is the first factor in the purchasing decision, consumers make poor choices

A new framework to enable retailers to better position their products to consumers has been devised by Tamer Boyaci and Frank Huettner at ESMT...

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