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October 21, 2017 8:30 AM Zambia’s trade with South Africa is a Joke

Despite political rhetoric, Zambia’s trade with South Africa is a shameful joke. And, the elephant in the room is not Government but the private sector. It cannot always be Government. Government is not a trader. It is a facilitator. Even in countries where Government has not been the best facilitator, the private sector has never been as naïve and low-thinking 223

October 19, 2017 2:26 PM Verizon Expects Big Sales for the Apple iPhone X

Although sales of Apple’s new iPhone 8 models appear to be slower than anticipated, Verizon is expecting a big pick up in sales for the more expensive iPhone X, which will be available for preorder starting next week. Only 5.5% of Verizon vz customers upgraded their phones in the third quarter when the iPhone 8 first went on sale, down from a 6.3% upgrade 168

October 16, 2017 8:09 AM Xiaomi's Diwali With Mi Sale Offers: Deals, Discounts on Redmi Note 4, Mi Max 2, Redmi 4, and More

Xiaomi kicked off its second Diwali with Mi sale over the weekend which has offers on almost entire range of smartphones as well as accessories. The Chinese company on the eve of Diwali festival is also offering card less EMI service in partnership with ZestMoney on Under the Diwali with Mi sale, the company is also providing additional discounts 118

October 14, 2017 5:15 PM Qualcomm Inc. Gets Fined Nearly $800 Million in Taiwan

The chipmaker faces a huge fine in its third largest market. Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) was recently hit with a NT $23.4 billion ($774 million) fine by the Taiwanese Fair Trade Commission (FTC), which claims that the chipmaker unfairly manipulated prices and intentionally hampered its competition. This represents the commission's highest ever fine since 140

October 14, 2017 4:56 AM 80% discounts are back as Amazon, Flipkart start Diwali sale

With the festival of lights drawing closer, ecommerce companies have been shining a spotlight on online sales to acquire new customers and retain existing ones. And in what may possibly be the last Diwali sale this year, both Flipkart and Amazon India are hosting their four-day long festivals starting today. With big deals on top brands, coupled with massive 176

October 13, 2017 1:42 PM Amazon Diwali Sale Offers on Mobile Phones, TVs, Laptops and More Revealed

Amazon has announced a bunch of offers it will be providing during its Diwali sale a day before the sale is scheduled to begin. The company will be giving customers discounts on usual suspects like mobile phones, laptops, TVs, consumer durables, fashion, sports and fitness, personal care, and beauty. Deals will be provided on Amazon products such as Echo, Kindle 83

October 11, 2017 7:41 PM Facebook: We want a billion people in VR

In its continued effort to take virtual reality mainstream, Facebook has announced Oculus Go - a standalone headset that will be released in 2018. Mark Zuckerberg said the device, priced at $199, would be the “most accessible VR experience ever”. Sales of the company’s VR hardware have been slow since launching the first Oculus Rift headset in March 91

October 11, 2017 2:00 AM Zec voter education lacks in motivating the electorate

THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) recently launched a voter education campaign through a planned five-day national blitz, reaching out to potential eligible voters. Similarly, civic society groups and some political parties invariably embarked on last-minute initiatives to educate sections of the electorate. The foregoing efforts were a precursor 158

October 7, 2017 2:14 PM Pro-Polisario NGO Tells Sweden to Discourage Business Deals in Western Sahara

WSRW and local Polisario advocacy NGO Emmaus Stockholm drafted a report denouncing what it described as the silence of the Swedish government on the continuous involvement of local companies in the region, despite the December 2016 ruling of the European Court of Justice, which stated that the between Morocco and the European Union is not applicable 142

October 5, 2017 10:54 PM Mattel thinks again about AI babysitter

Mattel has decided against releasing its AI-powered "babysitter" following concerns over privacy and other implications. Campaigners said artificial intelligence should not be used in place of real parenting, even if only briefly. The toy company announced the device in January and said it would sing lullabies and tell bedtime stories. At the CES technology 44