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Maxis Communications Bhd plans to create more innovative mobile content to seize opportunities in the lucrative local industry, worth about RM300mil annually.
That kind of cautious response to the July 11 arrival of Apple Inc.'s phone appears common in Japan.
NEW YORK (AP) - It's been a good year for touch screens.
NEW YORK (AP) - Apple Inc. said Monday it sold 1 million iPhones in the first three days its newest model was on the market.
SAN JOSE, California (AP) - Apple Inc.'s iPhone has had a remarkable run over the past year, shaking up the stodgy design of cell phones and securing Apple a lucrative slice of the wireless business.
The breadth of the market was lacklustre in early trade Tuesday despite some continued interest in plantations while Transmile rose ahead of its EGM on Wednesday to secure shareholders' approval for its debt settlement plans.hr noshade size=1 width=50%>
With rapid technological change posing ever more intense competitive challenges, companies are often advised to scrutinize their portfolios and eliminate unprofitable products. Every product, the reasoning goes, must stand on its own bottom line. That, however, may be exactly the wrong mantra for these times. A broader portfolio of products - even if some are, for a time, unprofitable - often can help a company capture more value.
Apple Inc. has settled a lawsuit it brought against a fan site devoted to Apple products, ThinkSecret.com, but the site will also shut down as part of the agreement.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Apple Inc. is negotiating with Japan's top mobile phone carrier to launch the iPhone in Japan, though the cut of subscriber revenue that Apple wants has been a sticking point, according to a report published Tuesday.
Apple Inc blew by analysts' estimates with a 67% rise in profit on Monday as the popularity of its iPhone and iPod boosted Macintosh computer sales, and its shares jumped 7%.