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more engagement and a higher percentage of people using it daily than Facebook itself,” Zuckerberg added. ( According to CNET , the engagement rate of WhatsApp’s monthly users on a daily basis is 70%, whereas Facebook’s is around 61%.) Given
quite a big disappointment. With an embarrassingly high 30% return rate over the holidays, and a 2.5 out of 5 rating on CNET , it's clear Samsung's Galaxy Gear isn't the next revolutionary gadget we had hoped for. Despite that, Apple has continued
million of his Google shares – 42% of his total stake in the company – over the course of a year. As his spokesperson told CNET , this move has more to do with Schmidt’s personal portfolio diversification than a short bet on the company. But think
has many apps, but we still saw some notable omissions, such as Netflix NFLX. Also, just-posted reviews from Engadget and CNET bash BB10’s native maps app, calling it inferior to even Apple’s much-maligned Apple Maps. Google GOOG does support
buy" recommendation. First Call consensus expects it to lose $11.30 per share in fiscal 2000. -- " Stocks To Watch ," CNet .com, March 7, 2000 I saw the insanity of the dot-com bubble first-hand; the broker who sat across for me, in fact
Apple could ship as many as 48 million to 53 million iPhone in the fourth quarter, followed by 266 million for all of 2013, CNET reported , citing Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty. If those numbers prove accurate or are exceeded, Qualcomm could surge