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Report: Uber CEO’s Group Trip to Escort Bar Made Female Employee ‘Feel Horrible’

Allegations of sexual harassment, among other issues within Uber, have been particularly persistent since the beginning of this year. A new report paints Uber’s toxic culture as a problem that goes all the way to the top.

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Rhett Jones

March 25th

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How Nuke-Sniffing Air Force Planes Are Hunting for North Korea’s H-Bomb

Late last night, North Korea said it successfully tested a hydrogen bomb , triggering a mini, human-made earthquake near the test site and causing the UN Security Council to call an emergency meeting. Hydrogen bombs are even more destructive than nuclear bombs, so it‚Äôs very scary‚ÄĒbut experts think North Korea‚Äôs bluffing . How can we make sure? Nuclear debris-sniffing airplanes, duh.

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Bryan Lufkin

January 6th

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Find Out If That Beer Is Crap or Not Using This Augmented Reality App

It’s being called Shazam for beer.

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Bryan Lufkin

November 12th

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iPhone 6s goes on sale in Samsung’s home market to long queues after earlier online pre-order sellout

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The iPhone 6s/Plus seems pretty popular already in Samsung’s home market of Korea, despite only going on sale today. All three major carriers earlier reported that they¬†quickly sold out when the new iPhones were made available for pre-order on Monday. Now¬†Patently Apple notes queues of hundreds of people at retail stores, with some having waited¬†in line¬†for 24 hours …¬†

Local brands Samsung and LG¬†were clearly concerned, having both dropped the prices of their flagship devices prior to the iPhone 6s/Plus going on sale in Korea, and Samsung making its Galaxy Note 5 available in a similar pink color to Apple’s rose gold.¬†The Korea Herald reports that more than 30% of iPhone 6s/Plus pre-orders were for rose gold models.

Samsung and Apple enjoy a rather uneasy relationship as both competitors and partners, the two having had endless patent battles in court while the company is one of two suppliers of the A9 chip used in the latest iPhones.

The new iPhones went on sale in India and Malaysia last week, with Apple promising they will be on sale in more than 130 countries by the end of the year.


Filed under: AAPL Company, iOS Devices Tagged: iPhone, iPhone 6s, iphone 6s plus, Korea, Samsung

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Ben Lovejoy

October 23rd

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Samsung’s pink gold Note 5 & price drops don’t stop iPhone 6s from selling out in S. Korea

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Korea might be home base for Samsung (and LG), Apple’s biggest competitor in the smartphone world, but the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus have been well received in the country as local reports indicate all major carriers have sold out of both models after officially launching in the country earlier today..

Yonhap News Agency reports that all three major carriers in the region including SK Telecom Co., KT Corp. and LG Uplus Inc have sold out of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus after they began accepting preorders yesterday ahead of an official launch. The device officially went on sale in the country today following Apple’s second wave of launch countries earlier this month.

KT said preorders surpassed 10,000 within the first one minute after it opened the online site, and it closed the applications less than 10 minutes later as the first 50,000 units set aside for preorders were all sold out‚Ķ KT began its second round of online purchase reservations from 10:30 a.m., the company said, adding that it’s also selling them at offline stores.

Samsung and LG notably dropped prices on their flagship devices ahead of Apple’s planned launch of the iPhone 6s this month in South Korea, and Samsung late last week announced a new pink gold color for the Galaxy Note 5, a move thought to be an attempt to combat sales of Apple’s new similarly colored iPhone 6s.

Earlier this month Apple launched its new iPhone lineup in 40+ countries following its initial launch in September. The company plans to have the device available in 130 countries in total by the end of the year.


Filed under: AAPL Company Tagged: iPhone, iPhone 6s, iphone 6s plus, Korea, lg, Samsung

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Jordan Kahn

October 19th

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LG Prepares To Battle The Apple Watch With Its First All-Metal Smartwatch

LG+WATCH+URBANE+LIFESTYLE+04%5B20150216113050508%5D LG was among the first wave of smartphone makers to venture into smartwatches. The G Watch and G Watch R are probably among the best in the market right now — not that this statement says much — but LG has just announced its latest addition, the LG Watch Urbane, as Apple prepares to enter the space. Read More

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Jon Russell

February 16th

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Two LG Factory Workers Die in Nitrogen Leak

Two LG Factory Workers Die in Nitrogen Leak

The Korea Herald reports that two workers have died and four been injured during a nitrogen leak at an LG Display factory in the South Korean city of Paju.

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Jamie Condliffe

January 12th

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Google Makes Chromecast Available In Korea, Its First Asian Market

chromecast Google's Chromecast has launched in Asia for the first time--but it's currently only available in Korea. In a post on its Asia Pacific blog, the company explained that Korea was chosen because of the country's high mobile penetration rate. Read More

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Catherine Shu

May 14th

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Apple loses top North America sales VP Zane Rowe, Japan & Korea sales head Doug Beck to subsume role

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Just hours after disclosing the upcoming retirement of Communications VP Katie Cotton, Apple has disclosed that Vice President of Sales for North America is, too, leaving Apple. Apple VP Doug Beck, who currently runs sales for Japan and Korea, will add North America to his portfolio of responsibilities.

Apple told the WSJ:

‚ÄúDoug Beck has done a great job helping to grow Apple‚Äôs business in Japan and Korea. His role is expanding to include North America sales as well,‚ÄĚ said Apple spokeswoman Kristin Huguet.

Rowe joined Apple approximately two years ago after being the long-time CFO of United Continental Airlines. The reasoning behind Rowe’s departure is not currently known. Perhaps he was not pleased about being passed over for the Apple CFO job.¬†Or perhaps it has to do with North America sales numbers being slightly down last quarter, with numbers in other regions rising dramatically.

Rowe’s departure marks yet another significant Apple executive shift in recent months. Earlier this year, Vice President of Human Interface design Greg Christie, Chief Financial Officer Peter Oppenheimer, and Vice President of Operations Rita Lane all began transitioning into retirement. Late last year, Vice President of iOS Engineering Henri Lamiraux retired and Apple’s Bob Mansfield is scheduled to retire later this year.


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Mark Gurman

May 8th

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Apple Asia online stores offer deals on iPhones, iPads, & Macs for Lunar New Year sale

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Earlier this week we told you that Apple had announced an upcoming sale in many of its Asian online stores to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year taking place at the end of January. The sales see Apple offering discounts in China, Thailand, Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Malaysia online stores similar to deals on offer for Black Friday in the US and other countries.

This year Apple is offering cash discounts on the usual products‚ÄĒ up to $40 off iPads, $100 off Macs, and smaller discounts on iPods and Smart Covers‚ÄĒ it‚Äôs also offering a rare discount on iPhones at around $50 off both the iPhone 5s and 5c. In addition, a much larger selection of accessories are on sale compared to the company‚Äôs Black Friday sale including popular products from Parrot, Apogee, Belkin, LaCie, and Apple.


Filed under: iOS Devices Tagged: Apple, china, discounts, Hong Kong, iPhone, Korea, lunar, New Year, sale, Taiwan, Thailand

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Jordan Kahn

January 9th

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