Despite recent gains, European e-commerce still lags behind online sales in the United States, according to a new study from International Data Corporation (IDC).The study, titled "European Internet and eCommerce," reveals that of the 10,600 households surveyed in the 12 largest … [Read more...] about European E-Commerce Still Lags Behind U.S.
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Chinese tech company Xiaomi has announced it will sell its devices in Spain; but this is no half-hearted soft launch, it’s to become the firm’s third major market, joining China and India. This means Spain will become home to official Xiaomi stores, online and … [Read more...] about Bezel-less Mi Mix 2 and Android One Mi A1 lead Xiaomi’s European charge
The European broadband market is growing rapidly. At the end of Q2 2007, there were close to 100 million broadband subscribers in Europe.DSL (digital subscriber line) remains the dominant access technology, with over 80 percent of the market share. Nordic countries remain the … [Read more...] about ANALYSIS Next Stop for Europe’s Broadband Market: Quadruple Play
Reports suggest that Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq:MSFT) will formally reject the Department of Justice's (DOJ) plans to break up the company, saying that the requirement is a "regulatory death sentence." Today's Wall Street Journal (WSJ) said, however, that Microsoft is willing to … [Read more...] about Microsoft Accepts ‘Common Sense’ Restrictions
Five years ago, megadeals were all the rage in the business process outsourcing (BPO) world. Global players such as IBM, Accenture, ACS and CSC were racking up billion-dollar multiyear contracts, mainly for accounting, human resource and procurement functions. Now that's … [Read more...] about MARKET SNAPSHOT The BPO Outlook: Mostly Cloudy With Patches of Sun