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Apple sales and profit slip as iPhone demand tumbles

Tumbling iPhone demand drove an uncharacteristic decline in Apple sales in the first quarter, trimming back its profit for the period.

Luxury and retail dominate 2018 top 100 brands list

Apple, Google and Amazon top the 2018 top 100 brands rankings announced by Global brand consultancy Interbrand.

What’s next for the global app market, as spending surges?

This year will mark the 10th anniversary of the global app market, driven by Apple and Google.

‘Bleak future’ ahead for video retailers without streaming services

Music and video retailers face a bleak future without streaming service revenues, according to a report by GlobalData.

Amazon Asia launch ‘confirmed’

The on-again, off-again launch of Amazon Asia looks to be on again, according to TechCrunch.

Lazada loyalty program links with Uber, Redmart, Taobao, Netflix

A Lazada loyalty program for Singapore shoppers looks set to be expanded to other Asian markets.

Netflix bounces back from cliffhanger

Netflix ended its last quarter with a cliffhanger of softer numbers, which suggested the company may be running out of momentum.

LeEco India ready to roll out 1000 stores

Chinese tech firm LeEco India plans to open 1000 outlets across the subcontinent by the end of this year.

Adyen index: mobile payments strong for travel

Airline and accommodation bookings made up 15.5 per cent of mobile payments in the first quarter, according to technology provider Adyen.

Netflix international growth soars

Netflix has kicked off its new fiscal year with a robust set of numbers which show a moderate acceleration in growth over the prior quarter.

Smartphones outpace tablets in Asian eCommerce

Payments technology player Adyen notes further change in Asian eCommerce shopping patterns.

Netflix on brink of being global TV powerhouse

Netflix has added a record 5.59 million subscribers across the fourth and final quarter of its fiscal year, putting it within touching distance of 75 million subscribers. Such impressive growth is, primarily, the result of a global rollout that has seen international subscriptions almost double over the past two years. That global drive has, however, taken its toll on the company’s bottom line. Associated development, marketing and expansion costs have taken a chunk out of profits, pushi…

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