The daughter of deceased Brazilian artist Lygia Pape says LG Electronics, Inc. is using images of one of her mother’s works without permission for a smartphone marketing campaign, despite being told not to do that.
By Zsarlene B. Chua, Reporter While 2016 has been a very busy year for Chinese mobile phone brand, OPPO, 2017 may prove to be even more so as the country’s marketing manager unveiled parts of its beefed up marketing strategy for the year which includes a “big event for every month” and a flagship phone launch within the first quarter. “Competition is tight and we … Continue reading How Oppo plans to stand out in a crowded smartphone market
By Zsarlene B. Chua
FOR PEOPLE who grew up in the 1990s, Pokemon was a fixture in their lives. Our generation played with the cards and video games, and watched the cartoons. (My brother and I played Pokemon Red and Blue in Japanese using our Gameboy Color.) This all involved finding, training, and pitting “pocket monsters” against each other.
SMARTPHONE CAMERAS nowadays are better than ever. In fact, Samsung Electronics says, they’re so good, they’ve practically rendered standard point-and-shoot cameras obsolete. But, can a phone replace a professional single-lens reflex (SLR) camera?
MUMBAI — India’s all-singing, all-dancing movie hits capture the attention of hundreds of millions of fans — but they generate precious little in box office profits for the world’s largest cinema industry. Continue reading “Bollywood studios eye profits at last as India goes smartphone mad”