This year forget buying your tech in the post-Christmas sales. Because a 20 per cent increase in Chinese minimum wage is gonna hike up electronics prices come January. More »
If you live in Europe or Canada, you might find that some apps are now a little more expensive on your iPhone or iPad. Yesterday,Apple informed developersthat it would be raising prices before the weekend to reflect changes in VAT and foreign exchange rates. Those increases are now starting to take effect, with a 10 pence rise for the cheapest premium apps in the UK, up from £0.69 to £0.
Twenty-two members of Congress have asked Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch to determine whether race played a factor in espionage-related charges brought against a Chinese-American hydrologist and are asking her to investigate whether there is a practice of targeting federal employees based on their race or national origin.Representative Ted W.
Google is believed to unveil 'Android Pay' at its annual I/O conference in May.Google Said to Copy Apple Pay by Launching ‘Android Pay’ in May is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
China allegedly removes Apple's products from government procurement list.China Drops Apple Products from Government Procurement List: Reuters is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
China Labor Watch is urging Apple to investigate the overtime of Pegatron workers.China Labor Watch Urges Apple to Look Into Pegatron Worker Overtime is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Check out the photos of Tim Cook during his recent visit to China.Tim Cook’s Photo Album During His Visit to China [PICS] is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
According to a new report from The Beijing News , Apple will begin allowing the Chinese government to carry out security inspections on its devices that it sells in the country. The purpose for this agreement would be to address China 's recent fears about iOS devices allowing access to sensitive information from both customers and the government.
From private rides to hamburgers to marijuana, there is perhaps no better time in history to get anything delivered with little more than a tap of a smartphone button.Shyp, a company that lets customers summon workers to quickly pick up, pack and ship parcels, said on Tuesday that it has raised $50 million in venture capital, the largest funding round in the start-up’s history.
Be it by land, air or sea, there is no shortage of ways to get around New York.So what room is there in for an app like Via, a ride-sharing app for New Yorkers that offers a service similar to Uber or Lyft, but with only a fraction of the market share?Daniel Ramot, Via’s co-founder and chief executive, believes there is more than enough room to go around.