I was in London having a hearty English breakfast on the first free morning I had after attending the Internet World and the Big Data Show a couple of weeks ago, when I suddenly overheard that Samsung's profits increased 41.5 percent in the first quarter of this year. The voice came from the television I was ignoring in a failed attempt to enjoy my free morning without thinking about technology-related matters.
Cup of tea in hand, all my attention switched from my lovely English breakfast to the news report. My working mood had been activated; I was ready to know what was going on with the big South Korean manufacturer's sales. Click to read the rest of this story on EBN.
the inevitable decline when Brits take over, another Oil Spill in the making through a classic combination of laziness / incompetence & arrogance since they can get away with it as they are given extra leeway in the US.
In order to maintain their profit margin while studiously avoiding to sink any of it to develop their own technlogy / Mfr. capabilities, Apple must come up with a radically new system every 3 to 4 years for Consumers in the developed World who can afford $ 500 Toys. SmartPhones & Tablets are already so "passe".
OK - you are correct, jklaffen - of course. But this used to be a professional engineering trade magazine and the article was supposedly "analyzing" strategic positions of Apple and Samsung.
Should we simply switch to rely on DigiTimes for the information on electronics industry? My concern is -- what is happening in editorial offices of EETimes under the new management - becoming a "people" magazine?
In addition to informing us about her lovely, hearty and English breakfast with a cup of oh soo lovey and English tea she has delusions of adequacy:
Her passion is also (taken from her brief bio) Epistemiology, Metaphysics, Ethics and Aesthetics, she is also writing a book which central theme is Fractals (can't wait to read this one).
Her line of work goes from Arts and the environment to Technology, eHealth and GreenTech, from Fiction to Experimental Philosophy and Philosophy in Business, from Experimental Fiction to Creative Non-Fiction, from Teaching to Virtual Worlds. Susan writes extensively about EMRs and Healthcare. She lives the dream of life as an out-of-the-box thinker.
W should really thank to EETimes editors to have introduced her to its readers.As Mae West used to say - her mother should have thrown her way and kept the stork...;-))