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Apple Amazon Partnership: A Dream Or A Nightmare?

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Tech giants Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) have just decided to join hands in a move nobody expected to see. Apple has just added Amazon to its list of vendors and selling points. For the upcoming holiday season in 2019, Apple will be selling its products - iPhone, iPad, Mac and more - directly via Amazon.com. Let...

Worldwide Tablet Shipments Q3 2018: Amazon.com Bounces Back In Top 3 [REPORT]

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Global tablet shipments have gone down yet again in Q3 2018, due to the increasing demand for large screen flagship smartphones, a.k.a Phablets, such as Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Apple iPhone XS Max, OnePlus 6T, etc. Surprisingly, this is the 16th quarter in a row when the global tablet market witnessed a YoY decline in terms of shipments. According...

Apple Says Amazon Sold Counterfeit iPhone Accessories !

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The Cupertino giant, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), with a valuation of $586 billion (as of May 2016) is one of the world’s most trusted premium brand. Recently, the company filed trademark infringement cases against Mobile Star LLC for selling counterfeit iPhone accessories such as power adapters and charging cables through Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN). Apple has claimed $150,000 each for infringement...

Global Online Shoping Portal Amazon Debuts In India As Junglee.com

In last one decade India has become the centre of attraction for many companies belonging to diverse industries. It has already emerged as one of the strongest software development hub and has leapfrogged many of the renowned global companies in various arms of technology arenas like social media, mobile and e-commerce. Taking the view of growth in Indian Territory,...

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