…open 500 Samsung Experience Shops inside Best Buy (BBY), taking up about 460 square feet of prime space near the front of the retailer’s largest stores Samsung said in a statement today. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
Apple has become a lemon; can it make lemonade? (MSN Money)
I remember vividly where I was when the first $1,000 price target appeared. I shouted an expletive and then asked my wife whether she thought it was possible Apple shares could go that high. Then a week later, there were two more price targets: one at $1,001 and another at $1,111. And do not forget the $1,650 price target from Eric Jackson last September, noted here by CNBC.
Apple stays on top in U.S. smartphone market, study says (CNET)
When it comes to smartphones in the U.S., Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) remains on top, a new study from ComScore says. During the three months ended in February, Apple held onto its title as the No. 1 smartphone vendor in the U.S. the market tracker said. The Cupertino, Calif., company controlled 39 percent of the market, up 3.9 percentage points from the three months ended in November. Samsung, in the No. 2 spot, held 21 percent of the market, up 1 percent point.
Apple pulls book-selling iOS app in China due to government-banned titles (AppleInsider)
The App Store software was removed because it provided access to 10 titles that are banned in the country, according to the Financial Times. Among the books are three works by Chinese political activist Wang Lixiong. One of the books was reportedly about what the author sees as the future collapse of the Chinese government. Another title dealt with the future of China’s policies in Tibet.