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Netflix Beats Subscriber Count Target By 36% As Growth Strategy Pays Off


Here’s a useful tip: Invest in public companies whose CEOs combine the vision to see new growth opportunities with the execution skill required to seize them.

‘Overwatch’ Is Smartly Planning A Chinese New Year Event, ‘Year of the Rooster’


Overwatch continues to be the lynchpin of Blizzard’s line-up, and the company is showing no signs of slowing down in both its support of the game, and its monetization of its audience.

Samsung starts rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge devices

The Verge

Samsung has officially started rolling out the latest Android 7.0 Nougat update to existing Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge handsets.

Mark Zuckerberg explains Facebook’s secrets for acquiring companies

Business Insider

During the weeks leading up to Mark Zuckerberg’s decision to buy Oculus for $2 billion, he received a concerning message from then-Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe.

Faraday Future, Once Hyped As A Tesla Motors Killer, Is In Deep Trouble: Here’s What’s Happening

Tech Times

A lengthy report by Business Insider revealed that Faraday Future is “in shambles,” according to eight unnamed sources. The electric car company, once hyped as a legitimate challenger to Tesla Motors, is possibly facing insurmountable challenges.

Microsoft yanks post urging Windows 7 users to get Windows 10 ‘for a…


Last Friday Microsoft Germany posted a PR piece that said “Windows 7 can no longer keep up with today’s increased security requirements.

What the Hell Happened to Mozilla and Firefox?


Mozilla has a new logo, the latest in the company’s effort to rebrand itself as a modern technology outfit worthy of your attention.

Nintendo Switch vs. PS4 vs. Xbox One: Which Console Should You Get?

Tom’s Guide

While the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One battle for your living room, the quirky new Nintendo Switch wants to be an all-in-one games machine that works both on your TV and on the go.

Google Uses Its Search Engine to Hawk Its Products

Wall Street Journal

Alphabet Inc.’s Google runs the world’s largest advertising business, selling space atop its search results. Google is also among the biggest buyers of those ads, promoting products from its music service to its app store.

LinkedIn’s Website Is No Longer Terrible

Wall Street Journal

If presented with the choice of spending time on LinkedIn’s website or sitting in the airplane middle seat, next to someone eating a sardine sandwich, one row in front of the lavatory, I’d say it was a tough decision.

‘Super Mario Run’ will (finally) land on Android in March

Digital Trends

Considering that Android has a larger install base than iOS, it’s always surprising when companies choose to launch their apps on the Apple operating system first, but that happened once again with Super Mario Run.

New iPads Might Not Launch Until Sometime in the Second Half of 2017

Mac Rumors

Apple’s new line of iPad models might not launch “until the second half of 2017,” according to sources in the upstream supply chain speaking with DigiTimes.

Dodge Challenger SRT Demon leaner, meaner than Hellcat

The Detroit News

The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is promising to be leaner and meaner than its Hellcat counterpart, according to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV.

Apple’s AR-ready iPhone 8 will know your face


Apple will announce stronger than anticipated iPhone 7 sales at its next fiscal call, but as the smartphone category it created hits ten years old, we can’t help speculating at what’s coming in iPhone 8, “some form of facial/gesture recognition” is the …

Flash Sale Results Are In, Nokia 6 Sold Out In 1 Minute

Android Headlines

HMD Global hosted a first Nokia 6 flash sale in China earlier today, and the company managed to sell out every single device they had in stock in just one minute.

EA Boss Says Nintendo ‘Forces Us To Think Differently,’ Explains Why It Supports Switch

Tech Times

Among developers supporting Nintendo’s new console, the Switch, is Electronic Arts, poised to release a FIFA title for the console later this year.

Fujifilm debuts its GFX 50S digital medium format camera, the X100F and more


Fujifilm has revealed release dates for a trio of new cameras in its classically inspired retro digital lineup, as well as new lenses and other accessories.

LG Sends Press Invite For Its MWC 2017 Event, LG G6 Launch Inching Closer

Tech Times

LG has sent out press invites for its event at the MWC 2017 slated for Feb. 26. The company could unveil its latest flagship smartphone the LG G6, which is the successor of the LG G5, at the event.

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