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May 11, 2015

Tech brands which employs the most diverse management team

"workforce diversity in tech companies"
The top 5 Tech brands with the most diverse work force 

While there are not ready made company  doctrines  that ' considers " diversity matrix as the just perfect" or that which is optimal. This idea of diverse employs specially for global companies  is to ensure that  are seen as "  all encompassing " in terms of nationalities 

However is is no scientific evidence that workforce demographics of any particular company or even industry must necessarily mirror precisely the population demographics of nation or as a group.   Nor  has  there been any kind of studies to show diversity is a big differential when it comes to end objectives and outcomes.. However it  makes a company that has a global workforce  a better represented one  across the globe

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November 6, 2012

Breaking Down Manufacturing Cost :iPhone 4 vs iPhone 5


iPhone 5 may cost Apple $167.50 to build, says one estimate | Apple - CNET News: Apple could be shelling out $167.50 to make each 16GB iPhone 5.In comparison, the 16GB iPhone 4S costs Apple $132.50 to build

While the 16GB iPhone 4 has a price tag of only $112. Except for the battery and the NAND flash storage, every component costs more for the iPhone 5 than for the previous two models.

The cost to consumer of the iPhone 5 (with 16GB )stands at $199 and  the 32GB  sells for $299 and the 64GB sells at $399 

This is based on the  research  estimate data from UBM TechInsights. Looking at the entry-level iPhone 5, the firm broke down the potential cost of each of the various components.

  • The new 4-inch 1136x640 pixel display: $18
  • The touch screen and battery :$10
  • The A6 processor goes for $28,
  • The camera costs :
  • Built-in WiFi/Bluetooth/GPS : $4. 
  • Misc  Cost of manufacturing 

:Add in the cost of several other components, and you end up with a BOM (bill of materials) of $167.50.


September 15, 2012

15% Global Mobile Market to see RIM vs Microsoft War








According to Global Equities Research, Apple and Android will eventually share 98 percent of the mobile market, leaving Microsoft and RIM to fight over the remaining 2 percent.


 More than 400 million iOS devices have been sold, said the report, and Apple now has more than 435 million one-click-purchasing accounts, up from 180 million a year ago. Android's momentum is also "extremely strong." Google now activates more than 1.2 million devices per day, and the new Google YouTube iOS application was downloaded more than 1 million times in the first 24 hours after its release.








July 9, 2012

Mobile OS Adoption Vs 42 Months of Android Activation;

Update on Android growth | asymco:

The charts by Asymco shows how the Android OS has been growing as compared with other Mobile OS .Google reported a new activation rate milestone: 1 million/day. more than 800 phones and tablets running Android have been produced since the good ol’ G1 way back in 2008. (At least 650 are made by Samsung.) The total number of Android devices sold around the world have reached more than 300 million – almost enough for ever man, woman and child in the United States to have one




Defined as “activations” device and computers are being adopted at the rate of about 5.6 million units per day. As a percent of total activations, Android is running at about 15% and iOS is at 10%. Android has already overtaken Windows activations and with the new iPhone, it’s likely iOS will do as well this year.


In terms of available headroom this means that iOS and Android are running at a combined share of 25% of available activations.  

July 10, 2011

The Rise of 3G : Leaders and Laggards

By the end of 2010, there will be an estimated 5.3 billion mobile cellular subscriptions worldwide, including 940 million subscriptions to 3G services.

- Access to mobile networks is now available to 90% of the world population and 80% of the population living in rural areas.
- People are moving rapidly from 2G to 3G platforms, in both developed and developing countries.
In 2010, 143 countries were off ering 3G services commercially, compared to 95 in 2007.
- Towards 4G: a number of countries have started to off er services at even higher broadband
speeds, moving to next generation wireless platforms –which includes Sweden, Norway, Ukraine and the United States.







Mobile cellular growth is slowing worldwide. In developed countries, the mobile market is reaching saturation levels with on average 116 subscriptions per 100 inhabitants at the end of 2010 and a marginal growth of 1.6% from 2009-2010.
- At the same time, the developing world is increasing its share of mobile subscriptions from 53% of total mobile subscriptions at the end of 2005 to 73% at the end of 2010.

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:International Telecommunication Union