IDC: Smartphone shipments up 4.3% in Q1 2017, Apple gains on Samsung but both lose to Chinese firms

IDC: Smartphone shipments up 4.3% in Q1 2017, Apple gains on Samsung but both lose to Chinese firms

Smartphone vendors shipped a total of 347.4 million smartphones worldwide last quarter, up 4.3 percent from the 332.9 million units in Q1 2016. Looking at the top five vendors, Samsung and Apple both lost share while Huawei, Oppo, and Vivo all grew.

Registration Open for 2017 Capital Connect Conference

Registration Open for 2017 Capital Connect Conference

The Capital Connect Conference is designed to celebrate and foster Idaho’s growing capital ecosystem. The third annual conference will highlight the success stories of many Idaho companies and provide opportunities for entrepreneurs, capital providers, and business leaders to connect and cultivate valuable business relationships.

COMPTia: Toshiba Acquisition SK Group Striving to Acquire Toshiba

COMPTia: Toshiba Acquisition SK Group Striving to Acquire Toshiba


SK Group chairman Chey Tae-Won expressed his strong will to take over Toshiba on April 13. At present, approximately 10 companies are trying to do so and the most promising candidates include SK Hynix, Hon Hai Precision Industry, Western Digital and the consortium of Broadcom and Silver Lake Partners.

Inergy introduces the Powerblade at ITC's Cybersecurity Energy Connected 2017 Conference

Inergy introduces the Powerblade at ITC's Cybersecurity Energy Connected 2017 Conference

Inergy Solar, one of Idaho’s promising clean-technology startups and the makers of the Kodiak Solar Generator, a finalist for Idaho’s 2016 Consumer Product of the Year award, introduced the Inergy Powerblade solution today at the Cybersecurity Energy Connected 2017 Conference in Boise, Idaho.  The Powerblade packs 3 kilowatt-hours of power in a two rack unit (2RU) space and fits in most server racks.

Help Idaho Dept. of Labor Support Tech Workforce

Help Idaho Dept. of Labor Support Tech Workforce

Hello,
 
The Idaho Department of Labor is looking for feedback to aid in workforce development planning for technology workers. Too much of the information we receive is anecdotal and it has been difficult accurately project industry requirements for this segment of the workforce.
 

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