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Tag Archives: Xiaomi
Is Samsung on the comeback trail?
Working in an office ruled by Macs and firmly entrenched in an Apple driven world (hey I even work in the Big Apple regularly), when it comes to my smartphone I have resisted the move to be all Apple all … Continue reading
Posted in Mobile Communication, Smartphones, Technology Tagged Amazon Fire phone, Apple watch, HTC, IPhone 6, Samsung S4, Samsung S5, Samsung S6, Wall Street Journal, Xiaomi, ZTE 3 Comments
Here’s your chance to help me decide on which new smartphone to get
I am a big fan of crowdsourcing. Not for everything as sometimes you need to just go your own way and forsake popular opinion. At least that’s what I do sometimes. However when it comes to deciding on a new … Continue reading
China Skinny does a good job curating China content
One of my new favorite China information sites is China Skinny It is a collection of stories related to marketing and lifestyle development in the Middle Kingdom. The variety of stories is very good and I almost always find more than … Continue reading