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Apple Drops Bomb on Imagination Tech Today UK graphics specialist Imagination Technologies disclosed that Apple a large customer of its graphics and multimedia intellectual property — informed the former that it will “no longer use [Imagination’s] intellectual property in new products in 15 months to two years [sic] time, and as such will not be eligible for royalty

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Google set to launch Google Home and Google WiFi in the UK next week

Google set to launch Google Home and Google WiFi in the UK next week

Google set to launch Google Home on April 6th priced at £129 Google originally launched its Home speaker and assistant back in November in the US, and the search giant is already bringing it to other countries. Today sees the launch of Google Home in the UK, a natural expansion market for an English speaking

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Apple updates iPad line

Apple lowers costs of iPad with new model. Yesterday, March 21, Apple announced a new “low-cost” 9.7-inch iPad. Let’s look at it and what it means for its iPad business. New iPad available for purchase on the 23rd March at 3PM. Building a cheaper iPad Air 2 Apple has historically discounted its older-generation iPad models

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Microsoft moves beyond Intel in its Azure cloud with Qualcomm

Microsoft has been running its Windows Server OS on ARM-based processors made by Qualcomm. Microsoft will begin using ARM-based servers in its Azure cloud, in a significant move that takes it beyond using only Intel chips in its datacenters. Microsoft has been testing its Windows Server OS on ARM-based servers made by Qualcomm using the

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Apple set to distribute $3.1 Billion dividend

Apple set to distribute $3.1 Billion dividend

Next Thursday the 16th, Apple will pay shareholders a quarterly dividend of $0.57 per share held. To qualify you must be a holder of APPL today. Total payout will be $3.1 billion.  This payout will be the fourth 57 cent dividend Apple has paid since it announced plans to increase its dividend from 52 cents during

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Apple Q1 Earnings to be released today

Apple Q1 Earnings to be released today

Q1 results Apple will report Q1 earnings later today when the US market closes. The holiday season is always Apple’s most important quarter. With negative year-on-year revenue growth for the last three quarters can Apple rebound with huge iPhone units sales and solid services growth. And if Apple does show increased revenue and profit will

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Samsung in a pickle

Reports from Seoul don’t look good for Samsung. According to Yonhap News Lee Jae-yong, Samsung Group’s de facto leader, attended a court hearing earlier today that would decide the legality of his detention over allegations he bribed President Park Geun-hye’s close friend in return for business favor. After a nearly four-hour interrogation session at the Seoul

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Apple increasing dominance in smart phone market

Apple increasing dominance in smart phone market

Apple once again recorded over 100% of the smartphone market’s operating profits in the third quarter, dominating its competitors, according to BMO Capital Markets. BMO Capital Markets analyst Tim Long estimates the iPhone accounted for more than 100% of the smartphone market profit because other vendors lost money in the sector. As a result, Apple has more

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iPhone 7 rumours

iPhone 7 rumours

At A Glance Apple’s iPhone 7 is expected to launch new week, bringing a new design and new features with iOS10. Expected Features No headphone jack Flush, pressure-sensitive home button Improved water resistance Dual-lens camera for iPhone 7 Plus Design similar to iPhone 6s Redesigned antenna bands Upgraded processor Darker ‘Space Black’ color option Two

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Brexit to cost UK tech consumers more as pound falls

Yes we voted to leave. Since the referendum result our Great British pound has fallen by 12% against the US dollar, more than anyone expected and is now at a 31 year low. Guess what? The super smart team at Citigroup predict that this will hurt sales of Apple, Dell and other US tech firms

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