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OPEC Fights USA’s Shale Oil, Not Russia?


At tis point, the biggest event in the global oil market is the latest OPEC summit. This is believed to be the major reason why crude oil prices keep on going down. Well, it is hard to disprove this supposition since the price started instantly falling down after the OPEC announced its decision to remain its oil production unchanged at 30 million barrels a day. This took place during the latest summit in Vienna on November, 27th.

Publication date: 16 December 12:17 PM

Nintendo Gets Ready to Buy Back


According to the official representatives of Nintendo, the company is currently getting ready to start buying back its stock. At this point, the estimated amount of the buyback is $1,1bn. Experts say that such a step may well help the company to support its market capitalization, thereby making the founder of the company a fortune.
Publication date: 04 February 10:55 AM

Lenovo Conquers Mobile Business


Not so long ago, the CEO of Lenovo was interviewed by Fortune. During the interview, the CEO told the reporter about the company's plans to conquer the international market of mobile devices, thereby becoming a major player in the industry along with Samsung, Apple and other respected brands.
Publication date: 04 February 09:27 AM

Apple Sold 26 Million iPads In Q4 2013


According to the official report published by Apple the world-famous tech giant, the corporation managed to sell 26 million iPads in the last quarter of 2013. All in all. Apple managed to reach the proceeds equal $56,7bn from selling its devices during the reporting period. The net profit figures stand at $13,1bn for the same reporting period.

Publication date: 04 February 09:27 AM

Apple and Samsung Continue Patent Wars


Samsung and Apple seem to be involved in patent wars once again, In particular, Samsung, a major South-Korean manufacturer of computer electronics, doesn't want to obey to Apple's demands. Apple accuses Samsung of violating some of its patents and wants the US court to ban Samsung mobile devices from sales in the USA.
Publication date: 03 February 02:09 PM

Apple Reports Patent on Ultra Sensitive Touchscreen


The United States Patent and Trademark Office has recently approved another patent from Apple. This time Apple decided to patent the technology of creating touchscreens that can recognize the degree of the pressure and react accordingly. Apparently, this technology allows the corporation to expand the possibility of a mobile device with such screens.
Publication date: 03 February 02:09 PM

Open Compute Project Joined by Microsoft and IBM


Facebook has organized Open Compute Project to develop new methods of data management and storage. It has recently gained new participants. Open Compute Project has been joined by Microsoft and IBM. Some time before the list of its participants has been enriched by AMD, Seagate Technology, and about 150 companies. Perspectives of the project have been studied by “Internet” Department of the “Market Leader”.
Publication date: 03 February 10:36 AM

Optionova: Binary Options on Currencies. Beneficial Forex Alternative


Today's financial markets offer us unprecedented moneymaking opportunities. This holds especially true for Forex, the world's biggest financial market where trillions of dollars are turned over on a daily basis. Still, successful Forex trading requires specific knowledge, skills and experience along with profitable strategies and sound money management rules.
Publication date: 31 January 01:53 PM

Google Starts Chrome Apps on iOS and Android


At the end of 2013 Google has started applications for Chrome browser on Mac. They have been called Chrome Apps, are sold in Chrome Web Store, and are launched via Chrome App Launcher. However, the internet company has more to offer, namely, the applications are now available in Chrome on iOS and Android. The new opportunities have been studied by “Hi-tech” Department of the “Market Leader”.

Publication date: 31 January 10:00 AM

Chinese Invented Paper Written on with Water


In China there has been invented paper, which is written on not with ink, but with water. Such paper will reduce expenses on printing by 17 times and will considerably reduce the harmful impact on environment resulting from ink production. Its specific nature lies in an unusual way of producing the paper. More details are provided by “Hi-tech” Department of the “Market Leader”.

Publication date: 31 January 08:56 AM

Apple is Going to Sue Russian Companies with Names Starting in “i”


Apple goes aggressive again. Now the world-famous tech giant is getting ready to sue at least 10 Russian companies who use the “i” prefix in their names. Apparently, this tendency is a popular one.
Publication date: 31 January 06:52 AM
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