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As Huawei Hits $100 Billion Revenue, Chairman Said The U.S. Has “Loser’s Attitude” & “Table Manners” Problem

Despite worldwide political pressure, especially from the superpower United States, Huawei’s revenue grew 19.5% in 2018 – hitting US$100 billion. For the financial year 2018, Huawei, which overtook Ericsson in 2012 as the largest telecommunications-equipment manufacturer in the world, hit 721.2 billion Yuan (US$107.45 billion; £82.38 billion; RM438.67 billion) in sales.   The Chinese company which overtook Apple in […]

... written on Mar 30 2019

Nice & Cheap – China Sells Tons Of Drones To The Middle East, And The Unhappy U.S. Scrambles To Catch Up

Here’s a market that China is ahead of the U.S. by miles – drones. This may sound unbelievable, but the Chinese sells more combat drones than the Americans, even to their allies in the Middle East. The U.S. does not supply Arabs with its armed drone technology due to strict export regulations. Such restriction provides […]

... written on Feb 21 2019

Huawei & Other Chinese Brands Continue Eating Up Apple’s Market Share In China

Last year, for the first time in 7 years, Huawei successfully broke the Samsung-Apple’s domination, No. 1 and 2 respectively, in the smartphone market. Huawei shipments skyrocketed and overtook Apple to become the world’s second-largest smartphone maker. Apparently, the strategy of positioning Honor to capture mid-tier segment and premium P20 Pro appeared to be working.   […]

... written on Jan 31 2019

Ouch!! Apple Has Lost $452 Billion – That’s 3 Times Size Of McDonald’s Or The Entire Facebook

As feared, tech giant Apple plunged and brought along with it the rest of the stock markets not only in the U.S., but also the world. The earning warning from the iPhone maker was sufficient to erase 660 points off the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). S&P 500 lost 62 points and NASDAQ tumbled 202 […]

... written on Jan 04 2019

Reasons for Considering Paid Social Media Advertising

Social media advertising is usually free. You can use any platform, create an account and start posting. Whether it is Facebook or Twitter, you don’t need to pay to register. You can post anything online you want as long as you don’t violate the rules. However, you also need to consider paid social media advertising […]

... written on Dec 25 2018

Apple’s iPhone “eSIM” Could Be A New Cash Cow To The Trillion-Dollar Tech Giant

Apple fans have a new reason to celebrate after the world’s first trillion-dollar company unleashed not one, not two but three new iPhones. The new iPhone XR,  XS and XS Max will all have dual SIM capabilities. This means that a user will be able to have two separate phone lines. One will be via a […]

... written on Sep 17 2018

US-DOJ Investigates Huawei For Violating Iran Sanctions – It’s All About Business, Stupid!!

When you’re being investigated by the U.S. Department of Justice, it could only mean two things – you’re in serious trouble or you’re in deep shit. Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak found it the hard way when the U.S.-DOJ started its investigation over his link to the 1MDB scandal, involving stolen money of more than […]

... written on Apr 26 2018

Sweden Suddenly Realizes Their Quest For Cashless Society Could Be A Dumb Move

If there’s a competition for cashless society, Sweden will most likely win the Olympic gold medal hands down, follows by Norway and Denmark. The Scandinavia is the most cashless place on planet Earth. Obviously, they don’t believe cash is king. Instead, they believe cash is horrible and should be banned. Yes, they were so proud […]

... written on Apr 04 2018

Growth At Any Cost, Even If People Get Killed – Leaked Memo Exposed The Greed Of Facebook

Companies like Facebook and Google have a different business model as compared to brick-and-mortar stores like Apple. Yet, they are all giant tech companies. Both Apple and Facebook command planeloads of customers. Apple sells gadgets to its legions of loyal customers, while Facebook sells its targeted customers’ personal data to advertisers.   Mark Zuckerberg becomes […]

... written on Mar 30 2018

Adding Salt To Injury – As Facebook Losses $100 Billion, Cook Mocked Zuckerberg About Privacy

Eight years ago, Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs warned and lectured the young Mark Zuckerberg on issues about privacy. “Privacy means people know what they’re signing up for, in plain English and repeatedly,” – Jobs said in 2010. If only the young Zuckerberg had listened to the wise man who saw it coming.   […]

... written on Mar 29 2018









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