At least on Amazon
Acer appears to have become a very popular maker of laptops – if the Prime sales on Amazon are anything to go by.
On the way to its 200 million target
Huawei has announced that it has shipped up to 100 million smartphones so far in 2018, and the company is on track to ship 200 million units by the end of the year.
Tame Apple Press shocked
The latest round of US tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods could hit the Apple Watch, health trackers, streaming music speakers and other accessories assembled in China, government rulings on tariffs show.
The future is cloudy
Microsoft posted quarterly profit and revenue that beat analysts’ estimates, as more businesses signed up for its Azure cloud computing services and Office 365 productivity suite.
How dare you
US President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump has turned puce over the EU daring to tackle Google over its Android antitrust antics.
There might be a spy amongst us
Microsoft detected and helped block hacking attempts against three congressional candidates this year, a company executive said.
Takes responsibility for all modern life
While software king of the world Microsoft appears to have pulled the plug on most of its consumer products, its execs told partners that Redmond isn't giving up on ordinary people.
Comment: It does the same sort of thing
The European Commission had solid antitrust reasons for fining Google $5 billion for violations including the bundling of certain apps with the Android operating system, but from a consumer's point of view it should also be gunning for Jobs’ Mob.
Supply getting tighter
If you are thinking of buying a telly now might be the time as prices are expected to be jacked up as supply gets tighter.
Because no one can create European Unity on an issue like David Cameron
Uber has hired an ex-adviser to former British prime minister David Cameron to lead the ride-hailing firm’s lobbying efforts in northern Europe, less than a month after the company won a reprieve to operate in London.