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One of the most expensive series and the apple of Apple’s eyes is back. The star-studded “The Morning Show” caused a sensation, and the sequel wasn’t entirely certain. However, after such success, it had to be created, and after the premiere episode of the second season, I am at a dead end with my evaluation. The season 1 finale left the action at a critical point, so it was clear that opening a new series would have to address all the open threads and issues. You might think that the first episode of season 2 of “The Morning Show” is…

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According to a survey by the IT market research and consulting company Gartner, spending on customer relationship management software (CRM) will show the greatest growth within the market for application software this year. This brings CRM back to the fore among IT managers. At the beginning of 2000 the market had experienced a stormy development. After that, the topic disappeared from the scene – until this year. A total of 42 percent of the 1,500 respondents in 40 countries stated that they would increase their budget for CRM in 2011. For comparison: For Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) it is 36…

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LetsBuyIt Group AG (LBI) has started its comeback as a listed company on the Open Market of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The company owns and operates a price comparison platform at the web address LetsBuyIt.com, on which users can use interactive social shopping in addition to shopping. In 2001 – at the height of the dot-com crash – the company had to file for bankruptcy. In the words of its CEO Emmanuel Noirhomme, the LetsBuyIt Group is re-entering the trading floor “because we are convinced of our technology and our service for online retailers and buyers.” He hopes that this…

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F.ortnite will not be returning to the iOS App Store anytime soon, according to a series of emails posted on Twitter Wednesday by Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney. Epic’s iOS developer account was suspended as a result of the company’s deliberate violation of the App Store guidelines in August 2020. The whole situation prepared the ground for a court battle that continues to this day. Emails released Wednesday indicate that various Epic Games apps are unlikely to return to the App Store in the foreseeable future. “Apple has chosen not to restore the Epic developer program account at this time,”…

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The brand Nokia (and not only him) will also be of Microsoft, but what remains of the Finnish company certainly does not want to give up, nor to conclude its history in the smartphone sector. According to several sources ofRe / code, Nokia would be preparing its return to the telephone field as early as next year, and beyond. There is talk of numerous other projects, including one in the increasingly crowded arena of the virtual reality. To push for this overbearing return to the track is above all Nokia Technologies, the branch of the company from which the Z…

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The South Korean manufacturer LG would like to finally be able to celebrate successes again with the smartphone division. In the last few years this has not really worked – on the contrary. In the meantime, LG no longer plays a major role in the smartphone market, which looked different a few years ago. LG would like to build on the successes of earlier times with restructuring. One of these reorganizations concerns the G-series. Allegedly, LG decided against the previous flagship series and briefly threw them overboard. This assumption is supported by the recent launch of the LG V60 ThinQ…

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Although the Japanese manufacturer Sony presented the flagship smartphone Xperia 1 II (pronounced: “Xperia one mark two”) in February, there is still no more detailed information about the market launch in Switzerland. After all, sales will start in Germany and Italy in the next few weeks. With the Sony Xperia 1 II, the 3.5 mm jack connector will celebrate a comeback. It is probably the last “real” flagship smartphone that is still delivered with the classic headphone jack. To be honest, I haven’t even noticed this detail yet. Possibly because I haven’t used 3.5 mm headphones for years. Of course,…

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One or even THE marketing news of the past week was that Nokia will re-enter the market for cell phones and smartphones. It was also said on absatzwirtschaft.de: “The comeback of the week: Nokia is back” Whether this comeback will be successful does not depend on the brand name or the actual product. The decisive factor will be whether the Nokia brand name can be associated with a specific new product category for smartphones in the perception of customers. Blackberry and Apple are developing new product categories We should take a closer look at the recent history of the mobile…

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Consumers in Germany are paying more attention to brand names again. Across all product, trade and service categories, the importance of the brand increased significantly by 8% compared to 2013 and thus reached a record level. Seven products that are visibly used or consumed for others, such as cigarettes, beer, cell phones, mid-range cars, laptops, sports shoes and designer sunglasses, land in the top ten of the categories with the highest brand relevance. But the importance of the brand in purchasing decisions has also increased significantly in retail and services. This is proven by the current “brand relevance study” by…

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The sales figures of the new iPhone surprise and let the share rise. At dmexco, the question arises of how digital trends can be made real business and the consumer advice center NRW takes on the mail order company Amazon. The comeback of the week: Apple reports a sell-off Not only at this point has it been written that Apple seems to be slowly peeling off the paint on the iPhone. But as the saying goes: those who have been told dead live longer. Although Apple would really not tell anyone now. Last week, the iCompany presented its new iPhone,…

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