Analysis: Samsung’s reputation damaged as prices fall at home for new premium phones

SEOUL (Reuters) – Samsung Electronics’ flagship Galaxy S22 smartphone (005930.KS) has been battered by reports of faltering performance and has seen carriers halve its home price in South Korea just weeks since its launch, hurting its image. as an iPhone competitor. Consumers have complained — and even filed a class action lawsuit — about the … Read more

Elon Musk Twitter: The Internet is reacting to the massive purchase of a Tesla billionaire on Twitter

Elon Musk’s unprecedented purchase of Twitter has divided opinions around the world, with several members of the company firing the billionaire “transphobe”. Elon Musk’s surprise Twitter purchase sent shockwaves through social media, with both critics and defenders throwing weight on what the billionaire’s 9.2 percent stake in the company means for the future. The move, … Read more

E-scooter fires in India raise safety concerns, in setback to push Modi

A man checks his mobile phone while waiting while his Ola electric scooter is being recharged at an electric car charging station in New Delhi, India, February 12, 2022. REUTERS/Aditi Shah/File Photo Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register A wave of electric scooters torched in India, including one made by SoftBank-backed … Read more

Apple Pay is scarier for fintech companies than banks

CEO Tim Cook presents the new iPhone 11 at an Apple event at their headquarters in Cupertino, California, US on September 10, 2019. Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON, March 31 (Reuters) – Apple (AAPL.O) is gearing up for the fintech sector. Digital startups like Affirm (AFRM.O) and Jack Dorsey’s … Read more

Policemen in Brazil say, your internet provider may be a gangster

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – As residents of Rio de Janeiro sought refuge in their homes last year during the deadliest phase of the COVID-19 outbreak in Brazil, police investigator Gabriel Ferrando said he was alerted that something suspicious was upsetting the local internet. Access has vanished across large swathes of Morro da Formiga, or … Read more

QTS Announces Online Datacenter Exchange (OIX) Certifications

QTS leads the industry with 12 DC OIX-2 certified data centers across nine markets Overland Park, Cannes.And the March 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – Responding to the growing demand for open and carrier-neutral interconnection options, QTS Realty TrustToday, the leading provider of large data center and hybrid site solutions announced that it has received Open Internet … Read more

Watson | Moderators spend $600,000 for squirrels with mobile phones | Editorials

Roger Watson | Managing Editor at Bristol Herald Courier In another indication that the federal government has given a lot of money to local governments for “pandemic relief,” the Washington County Board of Supervisors agreed to spend up to $610,000 this week in a move that appears to be mostly aimed at benefiting squirrels with … Read more

EXCLUSIVE: Veon Shelters employees maintain Ukraine’s largest mobile network, CEO says

A picture of the logo of Kyivstar, one of Ukraine’s largest telecom companies, at the company’s headquarters in Kyiv, Ukraine, March 3, 2016. REUTERS / Gleb Garanich / File Photo Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Stockholm/Amsterdam (Reuters) – Thousands of telecoms company Veon employees are working from shelters in Ukraine … Read more

In Southeast Asia’s Internet battle, the rise of the sea pushes competitors to a rush

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – In front of an outdoor restaurant in Jakarta, orange-clad delivery drivers from Southeast Asia (SE.N) technology group Sea Ltd wait for orders alongside market-leading green-jacketed riders. Gojek and Grab, in what has become the latest battleground for control of technology in Southeast Asia. The humble noodle restaurant signed up for Seafood startup … Read more

How newsletters survived technology – the Atlantic

cavi panels. rocks. smoke signals. the carrier pigeon. telegrams. Pony Express. airmail. blogging. Myspace. Human communication patterns come and go, each being replaced by new technology and a faster delivery method. But somehow, the humble flyer survived. In an age of countless ways to reach and bomb someone, newsletters didn’t just last; It’s more famous … Read more