Nokia (NYSE: NOK) once upon a time had more than 30 percent of the market share in the mobile industry. Its durability, pricing, features, accessibility and services were impeccable and that’s what created a vast number of loyal fans for Nokia. But the picture isn’t the same anymore especially after the introduction of Smartphones. Their market share has declined drastically, frequent change in top management is hurting, profit more »
The war has begun again for “cord-cutters” looking to replace expensive cable TV services with non-expensive gadgets that stream movies and TV shows from the Internet through free subscription, and pay-per-view services.
And this war is amongst five most popular streaming media player devices against each other, with their features, functions, specifications, and quality of implementation as the weapons.
Let’s look at their strengths and the chance to win more »
Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) has been trying, for quite some time, to find out all possible ways of generating additional revenue sources. Investors do not see any growth in their revenue generation capability and are skeptical about the company’s future. This, along with its overpriced IPO listing has led to share price losses of 30-35 percent.
Facebook has taken the social networking world to a different level. They have seen more »
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has been known for ages for its innovation and value addition to its products. Steve Jobs has nurtured and developed a culture in the organization which gives its employees to think freely, to think innovative. But since his demise it looks like the company is losing the trail left by its master. The latest release of Apple – iPhone 5 is the true depiction of how the company more »
No doubt that iPhone has taken the smartphone industry to a different level altogether and currently iPhones yield about half of Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) annual $100 billion haul. But unfortunately, the world's most valuable technology company has started to lose its essence due to the delay in launching the most awaited iPhone.
The global economy did not impact iPhone sales. In 2009, Apple grew 35 percent despite a more »