Fitch: Apple’s business model is not compatible with “AA” debt Rating

Although Fitch Ratings has not released the official rating on Apple; He said today that such a rating is likely to fall in the same category of “high” rating–and would...
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Windows Phone OS sees steady growth in 1 quarter of 2013

Although only 5.6% of sales of smartphones in the first quarter of 2013, Windows showed continued growth, gaining 1.9% compared to the same period last year, according to data released...
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Google Going to Set Up its Own Mobile Network

Google is reported to have held preliminary discussions that could lead to it setting up its own wireless network in the USA, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal....
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Android Marks 4th Anniversary with 75% Market Share in Q3

The Android smartphone operating system was found on three out of every four smartphones shipped during the third quarter of 2012. According to International Data Corporation (IDC), t­otal Android smartphone...
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Eircom Going to Cut 2,000 Jobs in Ireland

The former state telecoms operator filed for protection from its creditors in March to restructure 3.75 billion euros (3 billion pounds) of debt and was taken over by its senior...
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What’s New or Different in iPAD Mini

Feature for feature, the iPad mini mainly bests its rivals in the 7-inch tablet market, but it does so at a price that’s 65 percent higher than those competitors. The...
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T-Mobile USA Ordered to Pay Compensation to Former Employee

SEATTLE—T-Mobile USA Inc. and its parent company, Deutsche Telecom A.G., have been ordered by the U.S. Department of Labor to pay $345,972 to a worker allegedly fired for being a...
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