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Verizon strike taking trickle-down toll on business customers

Reported by ITworld
With the strike by Verizon union members now in its fourth week – and no settlement appearing near -- frustrations born of service delays and cancelations remain primarily the bane of consumers, although business customers are also taking on collateral damage, some of which may not be visible to.. »more

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IPHONE »

Rumor: TSMC already finalizing 10nm 'A11' processor design for Apple's 'iPhone 7s'

Apple processor supplier TSMC is starting to tape out the design for an "A11" chip that could go into small-scale production as soon the second quarter of 2017, in preparation for that year's iPhones, a report said on Friday.
AppleInsider

 
EARNINGS »

IC distributor WPG reports increased earnings for 1Q16

IC distributors WPG Holdings has reported net profits of NT$1.555 billion (US$48.03 billion) for the first quarter of 2016, up 24.9% on quarter and 11.3% on year. The earnings translated into an EPS of NT$0.94 for the three-month period.
DigiTimes

 
WINDOWS »

Businesses can now buy apps in bulk from the Windows Store

App developers now have an easier way to sell their wares to businesses running Windows 10.
ITworld

 
TAIWAN »

Taiwan market: Leica launches range finder digital camera

Leica Camera AG on May 5 launched the Leica M-D (Typ262), a range finder digital camera with 24-megapixel CMOS image sensor, dimensions of 138.6 (W) by 42 (H) by 80 (D)mm and a weight of 690g, in the Taiwan market at a recommended retail price of NT$226,000 (US$6,981).
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WHITE HOUSE »
Report: White House Had Cyber Attack Planned Had Iran Deal Failed
Thanks to the nuclear deal, Iran won't be hit with digital worms engineered to take out its nuclear facilities.
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APPLE PARTNERS »
Apple partners with SAP in new enterprise push
Apple has stepped up its efforts to target enterprise customers through a new partnership with SAP.
ITworld

 
MUSIC SUBSCRIPTIONS »
Apple begins offering half-price $4.99 Apple Music subscriptions for students
Starting today, students enrolled in an eligible college or university will today be able to subscribe to Apple Music at a discounted price, as Apple is offering half off the standard subscription rate for its streaming music service.
AppleInsider

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