Our goal is increasing our clients’ efficiency, effectiveness and profitability by making their business processes easier to conduct and manage. Our success is because our customers are successful and profitable using our SOLUTIONS.”

Huawei replaces Xiaomi at top of Chinese smartphone market

The most recent numbers out of analyst firm IDC show a major shakeup in the Chinese smartphone market for Q2. During an especially rough quarter, local handset maker Xiaomi’s shipment dipped significantly from 17.1 to 10.5 million year over year, … [Read more]

Xiaomi announces its first VR headset

Xiaomi is broadening its already expansive range of products by venturing into virtual reality for the first time. The company today announced the Mi VR Play, an “entry-level” virtual reality headset that it hopes can open this new exciting medium … [Read more]

Indonesia will be Asia’s next biggest e-commerce market

Indonesia, Jakarta, View of city during sunset

Indonesia presents much opportunity for e-commerce among other emerging Asian economies, with current projections putting this archipelago nation’s e-market at $130 billion by 2020 (coming third behind China and India). With an estimated annual … [Read more]

Food startup Deliveroo raises $275M

Deliveroo, a popular on-demand restaurant food delivery startup in Europe, has raised another $275 million in funding, a Series E investment that we have heard from sources values the company at around $1 billion. This latest round is led by new … [Read more]

‘Nougat’ – New version of Android crowned

Newest sweet treat: Google shared the event in a Twitter message tagged #AndroidNougat and containing a looped snippet of video of the undraping of an Android statue standing atop giant nougat and nut bars. — Google

SAN FRANCISCO: Google’s newest mobile operating system will be called Nougat, continuing a tradition of naming Android software after sweet treats, the tech giant said. Google had invited people to send in suggestions at its annual developers … [Read more]

Apple invests $1B in China’s largest taxi app

apply_shutterstock_315011135

Apple made the bombshell announcement today that it has invested $1 billion in China’s top ride hailing app. Didi Chuxing (formerly called Didi Kuaidi) is often described in U.S. media as Uber’s Chinese rival, but it already dominates the market by … [Read more]