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PC sales expected to fall after Windows 10 sales bump ends – PCWorld

PC sales expected to fall after Windows 10 sales bump ends – PCWorld

Gartner also predicts 5G phones to reach almost 50 percent of smartphone market in two years. Today's Best Tech Deals Picked by PCWorld's Editors Top Deals On Great Products Picked by Techconnect's Editors Although analyst firms recently predicted that PC sales for 2019 would show the first signs of growth in nearly a decade, Gartner…
Samsung expected to reveal Galaxy S11 during February event – USA TODAY

Samsung expected to reveal Galaxy S11 during February event – USA TODAY

Brett Molina, USA TODAY Published 12:41 p.m. ET Jan. 5, 2020 | Updated 6:49 p.m. ET Jan. 5, 2020CLOSEAhead of this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung has announced an event during which it will likely introduce its latest smartphone.The electronics giant revealed it is hosting its annual Unpacked event on Feb. 11,…
2020 iPhones Expected to Feature Thinner and Possibly More Power Efficient Displays – MacRumors

2020 iPhones Expected to Feature Thinner and Possibly More Power Efficient Displays – MacRumors

At least some new iPhones in 2020 will feature touch-integrated displays supplied by LG, according to Korean website The Elec:LG Display is aiming to upgrade its production facilities for flexible, Gen-6 OLED panels for smaller displays at its E6 lines in Paju of Gyeonggi Province. For this, the firm will be adding new equipment by…
TSMC Expected to Begin ‘A14’ 5nm Chip Production in Second Quarter – MacRumors

TSMC Expected to Begin ‘A14’ 5nm Chip Production in Second Quarter – MacRumors

As expected, Apple chipmaker TSMC has secured orders for the "A14" processors to go in this year's iPhones and is expected to start manufacturing the chips in the second quarter, according to industry sources cited in a DigiTimes report. The sources said Apple's 5G mmWave handsets to be released in 2020 are reportedly to each…
FDA expected to ban most flavored e-cigarette pods

FDA expected to ban most flavored e-cigarette pods

All flavored e-cigarette pods except menthol and tobacco are expected to be banned by the Food and Drug Administration, which could announce the plans this week, according to the Wall Street Journal and New York Times. The flavored pod ban would be a step back from the nearly complete flavored vape ban the Trump administration…
Kuo: Apple Expected to Sell at Least 20 Million ‘iPhone SE 2’ Models in 2020 – MacRumors

Kuo: Apple Expected to Sell at Least 20 Million ‘iPhone SE 2’ Models in...

Apple is rumored to be working on an updated lower-cost "iPhone SE 2," which is set to be released in 2020. In a new research note to investors highlighting supplier expectations for the new device that was seen by MacRumors, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has shared some sales predictions. Kuo believes Apple will ship at…
WeWork expected to announce major layoffs

WeWork expected to announce major layoffs

WeWork, the co-working business once valued at $47 billion, is expected to announce significant layoffs this month, following reports the company was looking to slash as many as 5,000 roles, or one-third of its workforce, Bloomberg reports. Now expected to go public in 2020 at a valuation as low as $10 billion, WeWork is also in…
Report: US expected to give Huawei another 90-day export license

Report: US expected to give Huawei another 90-day export license

See you in another 90 days! — US and Chinese governments are expected to talk things out this weekend. Ron Amadeo - Aug 17, 2019 8:35 pm UTC Back in May, the US government placed an export ban on Huawei barring US companies (and companies using US-origin technology) from doing business with the Chinese tech…

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‘He said it was the stupidest idea he had seen’ –...

Image copyright KeepCup Image caption Abigail and her brother wanted to give coffee-drinkers a reusable option when it came to cups The BBC's weekly The Boss series profiles different business leaders from around the world. This week we speak to Abigail Forsyth, founder and managing director of reusable cup business KeepCup.When Abigail Forsyth first came…

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