• Investors Cheer Acer’s New CEO

    By Aries Poon For Acer Inc.2353.TW +6.18%’s investors, the company’s new president and chief executive brings in some much-needed holiday cheer. A handout photo released by Acer on Monday shows Acer founder Stan Shih, left, and new CEO Jason Chen.   European Pressphoto Agency The embattled Taiwanese PC maker said on Monday it has appointed Jason Chen from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.2330.TW -0.96% for…

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  • Can Salesforce.com Grow Into a $10 Billion Company?

    Arik Hesseldahl –  Shares of cloud software company Salesforce.com got a bit of a jolt today, as an analyst made the case that the company could continue growing like crazy through the year 2019. Salesforce shares rose by 85 cents, or more than 1.5 percent, to $54.57. The shares have had a busy year, rising by…

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  • Contextualizing Apple’s iPhone deal with China Mobile by Yoni Heisler

    After years of speculation, Apple this weekend announced that the iPhone will finally be landing on China Mobile beginning on January 17. With more than 760 million subscribers, China Mobile is, by a wide margin, the largest carrier on the planet. Consequently, the deal presents a tremendous opportunity for Apple to increase its annual tally of iPhone…

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  • Indian Music Streaming Startup Dhingana Faces An Uncertain Future After T-Series Pulls Its Licensing Agreement

    Indian streaming music startup Dhingana faces an uncertain future after T-Series, its biggest music label partner, said it will not be renewing their licensing agreement. Soundbox reported last week, and T-Series president Neeraj Kalyan confirmed to TechCrunch, that the company will not renew the license set to expire for nearly 8,000 songs from Dhingana’s catalogue. “We…

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  • 2013-the-years-most-important-computing-stories from MIT Technology Review

    By Tom Simonite Although the groundwork was laid in previous years, in 2013 it became apparent that computers mounted on your wrist and face will preoccupy the computing industry for years to come. One of our first stories of the year noted the launch of the crowdfunded smart watch Pebble, a product that seemingly catalyzed the…

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  • China Mobile Faces Hit From Lower Connection Fees

    China’s telecoms regulator said it will reduce the interconnection fees that smaller carriers pay to dominant player China Mobile Ltd.0941.HK +0.50% beginning next year, as part of the government’s effort to promote competition. A man uses an iPhone in front of China Mobile’s banners at one of its branches in Beijing, Dec. 23.  Reuters The Wall Street Journal :The new fee regime…

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  • Telkom SA sheds Pan African business

    Telkom SA Ltd t sold its Pan African business, iWayAfrica and Africa Online Mauritius, which was an immaterial part of the Group, through a private sale to Gondwana International Networks. Read more

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