It's not supposed to launch until April 10, but somebody got their hands on a new MacBook in Vietnam and posted a video.
The Vietnamese developer of the mobile game "Flappy Bird" announced the game will return to app stores, but "not soon." Dong Nguyen revealed "Flappy Bird," which he...
Well, we’re finally here. After months of the traditional speculation and rumor mongering, Apple’s 2010 Worldwide Developers Conference is finally upon us. The lead up to this one has been a bit more eventful than most, what with all of these iPhone HD images coming out of Vietnam and that entire Gizmodo iPhone brouhaha.
How the Cap & Trade policy (or Crap & Trade, as I like to refer to it) will put the consumer electronics business, out of business and why are you not screaming about it?
Ed Sachs’ corporate biography states he's “responsible for the financial well being of the mobile electronics business for Pioneer in the U.S.” Unstated in that summation is that Sachs, widely regarded as a 12-volt visionary, has also taken on a large measure of responsibility for the well being of the whole mobile industry.
“It used to be you could save 30 percent to have products direct sourced and shipped from China, but I’ve seen a 15 percent increase on many of my products since June. They said it was because of a change in tax laws. At this rate, I think Vietnam will soon be the one to watch.” -Frank Mamone (on left), President of M Purchasing (Las Vegas, NV) How do the tax laws affect your business? Talk about it in the Dealerscope forums.