LG with SM appliance (The Good Match Promo)

LG Philippines and SM Appliance Center launched the “LG Good Match” promo. Ongoing until November 24, 2013, the new promotion allows participants to win exciting prizes by means of collecting discount coupons weekly, lucky draw, or just liking SM Appliance Center’s official fan page on Facebook.

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And now the promo extended to dec. 31, 2013. The grand prize for the promo’s “Lucky Pocket Draw” is a brand new LG Smart TV model 42LA6910. For more information, click the following link http://www.hardwarezone.com.ph/tech-news-lg-good-match-promo-lets-you-win-smart-tv-top-prize

 

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Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Slowing Sales Worry Investors

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Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Slowing Sales Worry Investors

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Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Slowing Sales Worry Investors

Repost from mashable.com <http://mashable.com/2013/06/07/samsung-galaxy-s4-investors/#>Article by Todd Wasserman

Samsung‘s stock price dropped 6% on Friday, erasing $12 billion in marketing value as investors fretted about the company’s smartphone strategy.

In particular, Samsung’s decision to offer stripped-down versions of its Galaxy S4 worried analysts and investors who think the move may eviscerate profit margins. Sales of the S4, initially Samsung’s fastest-selling smartphone, have also fallen off since the device’s introduction in April.

“Sales of high-end handsets are lagging behind expectations, while low- to mid-end handsets are selling briskly worldwide,” Kim Young-chan, an analyst at Shinhan Investment Corp., toldReuters. “As the portion of low- to mid-range handsets is expected to increase in Samsung’s overall mobile phone business, this has also sparked concerns about thinning margins and lower growth.”

J.P. Morgan analyst J.J. Park…

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TECH More: Samsung Galaxy S4 Android Google Samsung No Longer Builds The Best Android Phones Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/samsung-no-longer-builds-the-best-android-phones-2013-5#ixzz2WXD7jfhv

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REPOST: Article by Jay Yarow (link below)

TECH More: Samsung Galaxy S4 Android Google Samsung No Longer Builds The Best Android Phones Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/samsung-no-longer-builds-the-best-android-phones-2013-5#ixzz2WXD7jfhv

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Samsung -was the story in technology for the first three months of the year.

It was profiled in Bloomberg Businessweekthe New York Times, and many other places.

Reader interest in Samsung was off the charts. Google search traffic for Samsung stories was huge, suggesting that normal people were anxious to learn more about its next big phone.

It’s starting to look like that may have been a bit of a jinx.

Samsung is no longer making the best Android phones, according to our lead gadget reviewer Steve Kovach.

Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is worse than the HTC One, per Kovach. He’s not alone in his assessment. It was pretty much the consensus.

And yesterday, Kovach said that the LG Optimus…

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Samsung Galaxy S4 sales ‘to disappoint’

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Samsung Galaxy S4 sales ‘to disappoint’

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Article from telegraph.co.uk byJay Yarow
<http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/samsung/10105633/Samsung-Galaxy-S4-sales-to-disappoint.html

 

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Samsung Galaxy S4 sales ‘to disappoint’

Samsung was the story in technology for the first three months of the year.

It was profiled in Bloomberg Businessweekthe New York Times, and many other places.

Reader interest in Samsung was off the charts. Google search traffic for Samsung stories was huge, suggesting that normal people were anxious to learn more about its next big phone.

It’s starting to look like that may have been a bit of a jinx.

Samsung is no longer making the best Android phones, according to our lead gadget reviewer Steve Kovach.

Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is worse than the HTC One, per Kovach. He’s not alone in his assessment. It was pretty much the consensus

And yesterday, Kovach said that the LG Optimus G Pro was better than…

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U.S. schools not making the grade when it comes to education technology

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Here’s a bit of disappointing but not-so-surprising news: according to a new report from the nonprofit think tank Center for American Progress (CAP), U.S. schools aren’t doing enough to enable technology in the classroom to live up to its potential.

Not only are students across the country frequently using technology for basic skills (for example, middle school students are mostly using computers for drills and practice exercises, not data analysis or other activities that really take advantage of computing power and sophisticated software), schools aren’t looking at the returns on their technology-related investments. The CAP also found that students from high-poverty areas were less likely to get access to rigorous science and technology learning opportunities.

“In this analysis, it quickly became clear to us that many schools and districts have not taken full advantage of the ways that technology can be used to dramatically improve education-delivery systems,” the report said.

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