Samsung Electronics’ quarterly profit and sales missed estimates on sputtering demand for memory chips during the last three months of 2018, the same quarter that Apple reported anaemic sales in China.
Samsung has pledged to take its plans for the smart home and connected living to the “next level” in 2019 as the firm unveiled a range of assistive robots and new smart appliances.
LG has unveiled a new TV which can be rolled up to store away or viewed at a range of angles.
Amazon has eclipsed Microsoft as the most valuable publicly traded company in the US as a see-sawing stock market continues to reshuffle corporate America’s pecking order.
Microsoft has missed a self-imposed deadline to launch two Azure cloud data centres in South Africa, one in Johannesburg and the other in Cape Town. But the company has promised they’re coming this year.
Let’s not fixate on what’s gone wrong for Apple in China. The company has many other problems that it seems to be doing too little to address.
MTN Group executives may have expected investors to cut them a little slack after they got potential liabilities of $8.1-billion in Nigeria reduced to $53-million last month. Not so.
Plans to build a superfast submarine broadband cable connecting South Africa and countries in the Middle East, South-Central Asia and Europe, are forging ahead, according to reports.
Eight MTN Group executives netted over 1.3 million shares in the telecommunications giant, valued at R116.9-million at the market price when they were issued at the end of December.
Apple and Samsung announced a deal that only recently would have seemed unthinkable: the iPhone maker will begin offering iTunes movies and TV shows on its arch rival’s TV sets.