Friday, October 21, 2016

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    • Microsoft Sees Phone Business ShrivelThe Verge

      During its fiscal first quarter, Microsoft saw revenue from its phone business decline 72%, the software giant revealed on Thursday. “Considering Microsoft has given up on phone hardware, that's hardly a surprise, and it's likely we'll see this decrease further in future quarters,” The Verge reports. Overall, the company reported revenue of $20.5 billion and net income of $4.7 billion. ...Read the whole story

    • Samsung's Mobile Future Is 4K, VR-ReadyEngadget

      Samsung has introduced a new type of memory that should "greatly improve mobile user experiences, especially for those using Ultra HD, large-screen devices," the company stated. Specifically, it's 8GB LPDDR4 (low power, double data rate 4) that takes advantage of 16Gb LPDDR4 chips working in concert with 10-nanometer class process technology. ...Read the whole story

    • T-Mobile Fined $48M For Slow Data PlansCBS News
    3 Ad-Buying Fundamentals That Never Change

    In the rush to use data to automate and ease ad planning and buying, it's easy to think that our entire ecosystem needs to be reinvented. Actually, there are three industry practices that have stood the ...More