Senior management of Avega Systems an Australian Company that has been trying to sell wireless audio technology to US manufacturers have quit Australia leaving in place a receptionist who refuses to name any executives of the Company or advice on how management can be contacted.
Like a spurned Hollywood starlet, the list of suitors to which Microsoft has been linked to in the past 10 days since it walked away from its intended marriage to Yahoo is growing by the day, with AOL, Facebook and MySpace among the better known candidates.
Microsoft has been caught in the middle of a tug-of-war, rapidly going back and forth between tablet development and its loyalty to PC manufacturers who run its Windows operating system. But now, after big players like HP are looking for a way out of the market and tablet computing rises to prominence, Microsoft will be releasing Windows software optimised for tablet computing, and from the small glimpses seen, it holds iPad-rivalling promise.
When the iPhone is finally released in this country, it will not just be tech addicts that will be the winners; third party OEMS', app makers and other providers will also be getting some hot action from the Apple gravy train.
Today LG announced a 46 per cent increase in net profit for the second quarter of 2012, owed to their performance in home entertainment and home appliances, which offset a decline in the company's mobile and air conditioning business.
Up-and-coming phone manufacturer HTC has posted its financial results for Q2 of 2011. Their financial prosperity echoes the company's motto of being 'Quietly Brilliant,' exceeding projected expectations.