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  • I”ve been conditioned similar to any other consumer to anticipate particular things from certain companies. When it pertains to tablets, I anticipate Apple”s to feel and look amazing, Google”s to effortlessly mix online services such as Gmail and search, and Amazon”s to have simple access to its online shop. So when Microsoft brought out its first tablet computer, the <strong>Sur</strong>face, I desired and expected a device that is good...

    Microsoft Surface tablet review

    I”ve been conditioned similar to any other consumer to anticipate particular things from certain companies. When it pertains to tablets, I anticipate Apple”s to feel and look amazing, Google”s to effortlessly mix online services such as Gmail and search, and Amazon”s to have simple access to its online shop. So when Microsoft brought out its first tablet computer, the Surface, I desired and expected a device that is good...

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  • ...lated that Intel and Sharp which supplies screens to Apple Inc for its latest iPhone were in investment discussions, but executives said on Monday the pair were not in talks “at this moment.” Sharp is fighting for <strong>sur</strong>vival after years of losses. Like other Japanese brands that spearheaded the 1970s electronics boom, it is wilting under stiffening competition and a strong yen. In November, it said it may not be able to <strong>sur</strong>vive on its o...

    Sharp ponders options to survive, isn’t in talks with Intel

    ...lated that Intel and Sharp which supplies screens to Apple Inc for its latest iPhone were in investment discussions, but executives said on Monday the pair were not in talks “at this moment.” Sharp is fighting for survival after years of losses. Like other Japanese brands that spearheaded the 1970s electronics boom, it is wilting under stiffening competition and a strong yen. In November, it said it may not be able to survive on its o...

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  • Shares in German luxury TV maker Loewe <strong>sur</strong>ged on talk of a bid from Apple, rumours that first <strong>sur</strong>faced in May last year. “Apple supposedly wants to bid 4 euros a share for Loewe,” said a trader. Shares in the maker of high-end home entertainment sets, founded in 1923 in Berlin, rose 33 percent to 3.63 eurosby 1440 GMT, having hit 3.93, valuing the company at 53 million euros. A Loewe spokesman said it was unaware of any offer. An App...

    Rumours of Apple buying German luxury TV maker Loewe surface again

    Shares in German luxury TV maker Loewe surged on talk of a bid from Apple, rumours that first surfaced in May last year. “Apple supposedly wants to bid 4 euros a share for Loewe,” said a trader. Shares in the maker of high-end home entertainment sets, founded in 1923 in Berlin, rose 33 percent to 3.63 eurosby 1440 GMT, having hit 3.93, valuing the company at 53 million euros. A Loewe spokesman said it was unaware of any offer. An App...

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