With the LG G Flex starting to get a release date overseas, the company is now projecting big things for smartphones with curved/flexible displays. LG believes that these smartphones will have 40% of the market by 2018. Their reasoning for believing so is in the appeal of curved displays because they form to your hands, providing a natural feel.
Most forecasts for mobile broadband data are for exponential growth driven by increasingly smart devices and video services. The ACMA, however expects demand to peak in 2018 by which time short range wireless technologies accessing fibre to the premises networks will be easing demand for spectrum.
Facebook announced its Q3 2013 results today, posting $2.02 billion in revenue (making this the company's first $2 billion quarter) with earnings of $0.25 a share. That blew away estimates of $0.19 EPS and $1.91 billion in revenue.
Much of the growth can be attributed to exploding ad revenue on mobile, with 49 percent of its revenue in Q3 coming from outside of the desktop.
Samsung presented the Youm brand of flexible displays at CES, but could LG bring their own flexible displays to market before them? According to the Korea Times, LG has flexible displays for next-generation smartphones and tablets that can be twisted and bent.
After just three years in the market, the open-source OpenStack cloud platform is already maturing rapidly and generating revenue for its backers. A new market sizing report from analyst firm 451 Research pegs the OpenStack market as being on track to generate $600 million in revenue in 2013, with more than $1 billion in revenue forecast by 2015.
Was previously with Asda Mobile when they used Vodophone and my Salsa displayed Asda Mobile as the carrier. Asda have now moved to EE. I have a new sim for Asda Mobile on EE but the carrier is displayed as T Mobile UK or Orange which are both under EE. How do I get my phone to display Asda Mobile?
My wife has also changed over to Asda Mobile on EE with her Nokia, which displays Asda Mobile.