Market Leader reports that oil prices started going down again backed by the fear that the global supply is going to get even higher amid decreased demand. In particular, earlier today, WTI oil dripped below $48/b on its way down to further local lows.
According to several web sources, Apple, the world-famous tech giant, is currently looking for the ways and means to expand its developer teams in China (in Shanghai and Taibei). They say the expansion may take place mainly at the expense of major Asian companies like HTC, Quanta and Inventec. In 2013 alone, the amount of Apple employees in China increased up to 600.
The consequences of the deal between Nokia and Microsoft (Microsoft purchased Nokia's mobil business) seem to be scaring such tech giants as Google and Samsung. Market Leader found out what exactly Google and Samsung are afraid of. It seems like the 2 heavyweights in the international mobile industry are getting increasingly worried that the recent purchase of Nokia's mobile business by Microsoft may eventually lead to higher license payments for using the company's patents (which now belong to Microsoft).
What is the difference between traders and investors? Investors can only invest in businesses hoping that the investments are going to grow in value or bring dividends.
On the contrary, traders are more flexible in terms of opening, maintaining and closing a trade (time, lots, asset etc). Investors usually benefit from growth and can only exit their investments in order ot reduce the loss in the worst-case scenario. On the contrary, traders can benefit from any market state (whether the market goes up or down).
More often than not, the so-called «buy and forget» approach to investing can give you higher yield than interest on bank deposit. Still, what if we want more ROI than 10% a year?
12 months ago, Google made a lot of noise with its new gadget called Google Glass. The device became the focus of global attention even before coming into market. While some countries banned the sales of Google Glass, millions of users were looking forward to them.
PocketBook has recently introduced the world's first waterproof reader. The device is called PocketBook 640. This gadget will show within the scope of the expo called Salon Du Livre, which is to take place in Paris in the near future.
According to several web sources, Google, the world-famous tech giant, is currently working on a new superfast network. The experts working on the project are reported to be ready to test the network to amaze the audience with its speed.
What Smartphones Will Come Into Market In March 2014?
The first 2 months of 2014 turned out to be rich in hi-tech expos. In January 2014, it was the CES. It was followed by the MWC in February 2014. These events showed us a lot of new tablets and smartphones introduced by various tech companies from around the globe.
Nokia Is Planning to Sell at Least 16 Million Android Devices in 2014
Nokia reports about the start of preorders for new Android-powered Nokia devices. The world-famous Finnish manufacturer of mobile devices claims that such devices as Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL will target emerging markets but will be available worldwide.