Archive for April, 2015

In e-commerce push, Google releases first fashion trends report and plans to share search data to help major retailers with fashion planning and forecasting —

Even interest in skinny jeans may be waning, if six billion fashion-related queries by Google users are any indication of this year’s most popular trends.

Instead, consumers are Googling tulle skirts, midi skirts, palazzo pants and jogger pants, according to the company, which plans to start issuing fashion trend reports based on user searches twice a year. The new trend aggregations are part of the company’s bid to become a bigger player in e-commerce and fashion beyond its product search engine or advertising platform.

In its inaugural report, Google distinguishes between “sustained growth” trends, like tulle skirts and jogger pants; flash-in-the-pan obsessions like emoji shirts and kale sweatshirts; and “seasonal growth” trends, or styles that have come back stronger every spring, like white jumpsuits. It makes similar distinctions among sustained declines (peplum dresses), seasonal ones (skinny jeans) and fads that are probably over and done (scarf vests).

Lisa Green, who heads Google’s fashion and luxury team, said the company had begun working with major retailers, including Calvin Klein, to help them incorporate real-time Google search data into fashion planning and forecasting. “Fast fashion” companies, for example, can take a trend identified by Google and run with it, Ms. Green said.

“We’re interested in being powerful digital consultants for our brands, not just somebody they can talk to about what ads they can buy online,” she said. “They can say, ‘Google has identified this as a trend, and we have six weeks to get this out on the racks.’ ”

Google’s foray into the fashion world is part of a scramble to define, inform and tap into how people search online for everything they can buy, be it clothes or jewelry, groceries or furniture.

The search giant has long experimented with e-commerce through services like Google Shopping, which lets shoppers compare prices among different vendors, and the recently introduced Shopping Express, which lets users make grocery purchases from local retail stores and receive them on the same day or the next one. But the company’s e-commerce business trails behind Amazon or Alibaba, the established go-to sites for a plethora of products, and in fashion, Yoox and Net-a-Porter are about to merge and flex their muscles as a luxury retailing powerhouse.

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For Google, product search is increasingly important for its mainstay business of selling ads alongside search results, including fashion search results.

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All signs point to Apple announcing a monster earnings report

Apple reports earnings for the quarter that ended in March after the market closes on Monday, April 27.

Get ready for another monster report.

Analysts are expecting big iPhone sales and think Apple could provide a major update to its cash return program.

According to data compiled by Bloomberg, analysts are looking for $56 billion in revenue, which would represent 23% growth.

Apple’s revenue growth is expected to be driven by strong iPhone sales. Analysts are anticipating that Apple sold 58.1 million units, which would be an impressive 33% increase.

If Apple sells 58.1 million iPhones, it will be the second-biggest quarter for iPhone sales in Apple’s history. Apple’s biggest-ever iPhone sales happened during the previous quarter, when it sold 74.5 million iPhones.

Just a year ago, people were thinking that Apple’s iPhone business might have run its course. Unit growth was down to single digits, and it looked like Apple was going to have to lower prices to reignite growth.

The newest iPhones are proving to be killers for Apple. The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have bigger screens than previous models, which is all it took to make Apple’s iPhone sales go nuclear.

Apple has effectively raised prices on the iPhone. The iPhone 6 Plus costs $100 more than previous models. The iPhone 6 costs just as much as prior models, but many people are gravitating towards the mid-tier storage model, which costs $100 more than the entry-level phone.

iPhone sales are all that really matter for Apple’s success. However, people will keep an eye on iPad sales, which have tanked in the past year. Analysts are expecting that Apple sold 13.6 million iPads, which would be down 17% on a year-over-year basis.

Apple has failed to provide any sort of clear explanation for why the iPad business has cratered. The best explanation seems to be that people are skipping the iPad in favor of iPhones with large screens. The Mac business is also doing well. Analysts expect Apple to sell 4.7 million Macs, which would be up 15%. (So an iPhone + a Mac seems to cutting into iPad sales.)

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The biggest question surrounding Apple is the Apple Watch. Apple released the Apple Watch on Friday. Preorders looked strong. There are reports Apple is aiming for 20 million units in year one, which would be the biggest Apple product launch in history.

However, Apple has already said it’s not going to break out Apple Watch sales. Apple may be willing to make a one-time announcement about how many watches it sold, but we aren’t expecting anything.

As for Apple’s cash program, there’s been chatter that Apple could provide an updated plan on what it’s doing with dividends and buybacks.

Last year, Apple announced a $130 billion program to return cash to shareholders. Credit Suisse analyst Kulbinder Garcha thinks that plan gets increased to $200 billion this year. Apple had $155 billion in cash on hand last quarter, so it makes sense to enact a massive share buyback/dividend plan.

We’ll be covering it live as it happens, so tune in around 4 p.m. NYC time on Monday.

Until then, here are the key numbers to watch, via Bloomberg:

  • EPS: $2.14
  • Revenue: $55.96 billion
  • iPhone units: 58.1 million
  • iPad units: 13.6 million
  • Mac units: 4.7 million
  • iPhone ASP: $656
  • iPad ASP: $418
  • Q3 revenue: $46.93 billion

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Xiaomi Sees $1 Billion in Mobile Services Revenue This Year

NEW DELHI—After four years of selling smartphones at prices close to what they cost to produce, Xiaomi Corp. says the model is paying off.

The Chinese smartphone maker expects revenue from mobile services—such as games and a payment app—that it sells to more than triple this year to nearly $1 billion, said Lei Jun, Xiaomi’s founder and chief executive, in an interview on Friday.

 

If Xiaomi hits this target, it would make mobile services a more significant, though still relatively small, source of revenue for the company, which was founded five years ago.

Xiaomi has long said its ambition is to be an Internet giant, not a handset peddler. The company became the world’s most valuable technology startup at the end of last year, according to a tally by The Wall Street Journal, boosted by investors’ hopes that it can turn its millions of smartphone buyers into paying customers for entertainment and financial and other services.

Xiaomi has previously said it expects to have total revenue of $16 billion in 2015, so $1 billion from mobile services would account for about 6%. Last year, Mr. Lei said, it made less than $300 million in revenue from services.

The company doesn’t disclose information about its profitability. A document reviewed by the Journal last year showed that the offshore company controlling Xiaomi’s business had net income of 3.46 billion yuan ($559 million) in 2013.

As Xiaomi aims to expand outside China this year, Mr. Lei said the company is also making efforts to localize data storage for international users, amid growing consumer concerns about tech companies’ data security.

In the interview, following the launch of a phone aimed at Indian consumers, Mr. Lei cited Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and games-and-chat Internet conglomerate Tencent Holdings Ltd. as its future competitors.

“The ways that Tencent and Alibaba make money today are the ways that Xiaomi will make money in the future,” he said.

Xiaomi started as a lean manufacturer of smartphones for bargain prices. The company sells its phones mainly online to cut costs and relies on social media and word-of-mouth for advertising. Last year, it became China’s largest smartphone maker by units shipped, according to market-research firm IDC.

Mr. Lei said users’ privacy was very important to the company and it was building data centers outside of China. Cloud services for Indian consumers will be run from an India-based data center by the end of this year, he said.

“If we want to go global, we must respect every country’s regulations and laws,” he said. “We must respect every user’s habits.”

Beijing is examining several draft laws this year that would require companies to share data with the Chinese government for counterterrorism and other purposes.

India is a major focus for Xiaomi’s ambitions to expand outside of China, and its first phone aimed at users outside of China was launched in New Delhi on Thursday.

Xiaomi will open a research center in India this year and the company is investigating the feasibility of moving some of its phone manufacturing to the country, said Manu Jain, Xiaomi’s India head.

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Xiaomi Boosts Its Business In India With Strategic Investment From Tata Sons Head

Xiaomi is making a push to be a local player in India. Days after unveiling its first phone customized to the South Asia country (the impressive $205 Mi 4i), Xiaomi announced that it has taken investment from leading Indian businessman Ratan Tata.

Tata (pictured above with Xiaomi VP of global Hugo Barra and head of India Manu Jain) is chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons — a conglomerate with shares in over 100 businesses, including Tata Motors and Indian Hotels. 77-year-old Tata has taken an active interest in India’s technology startups of late, and his portfolio also includes an investment in Paytm, the payments firm that took money from Alibaba at a billion dollar valuation.

Xiaomi did not reveal the size or value of Tata’s stake, nor did it confirm a valuation, but it did say that he would act as an “advisor” as well as an investor. The smartphone maker’s last round came in late 2014, when it raised $1.1 billion at a $45 billion valuation. (That makes it the world’s most valuable startup, depending on how you define ‘startup’.)

Speaking at the Mi 4i launch event, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun said India is an important part of Xiaomi’s business focus. Getting a major tycoon like Tata on its side is sure to help open doors and provide a further validation of its efforts to be a local player in India.

Barra said that he is “incredibly honored by this extraordinary vote of confidence,” while Jain tweeted added his belief that Tata could help Xiaomi build a “truly Indian” business.

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Nokia denies return to phone manufacturing

(Reuters) – Finland’s Nokia denied reports in Chinese media that it planned to return to manufacturing phones.

“Nokia notes recent news reports claiming the company communicated an intention to manufacture consumer handsets out of a R&D facility in China. These reports are false,” Nokia said in a statement posted on its website.

“Nokia reiterates it currently has no plans to manufacture or sell consumer handsets.”

However, Nokia has said it is looking into returning to the smartphones business by brand-licensing.

Nokia sold its phone business to Microsoft last year, but just months after that it launched a new brand-licensed tablet computer, produced under license by Taiwan’s Foxconn, with an intention to follow up with more devices.

Nokia has agreed with Microsoft that it will not enter the mobile phone business before 2016.

“It would be crazy not to look at that opportunity. Of course we will look at it,” Sebastian Nystrom, the head of products at Nokia’s Technologies unit, told Reuters in November.

Nokia this month announced a takeover of France’s Alcatel-Lucent, a bid to boost its mainstay network equipment business, and also said it could hive off its map business, which has reportedly drawn interest from carmakers as well as Facebook and online taxi service Uber.

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Russian Hackers Read Obama’s Unclassified Emails, Officials Say

WASHINGTON — Some of President Obama’s email correspondence was swept up by Russian hackers last year in a breach of the White House’s unclassified computer system that was far more intrusive and worrisome than has been publicly acknowledged, according to senior American officials briefed on the investigation.

The hackers, who also got deeply into the State Department’s unclassified system, do not appear to have penetrated closely guarded servers that control the message traffic from Mr. Obama’s BlackBerry, which he or an aide carries constantly.

But they obtained access to the email archives of people inside the White House, and perhaps some outside, with whom Mr. Obama regularly communicated. From those accounts, they reached emails that the president had sent and received, according to officials briefed on the investigation.

White House officials said that no classified networks had been compromised, and that the hackers had collected no classified information. Many senior officials have two computers in their offices, one operating on a highly secure classified network and another connected to the outside world for unclassified communications.

But officials have conceded that the unclassified system routinely contains much information that is considered highly sensitive: schedules, email exchanges with ambassadors and diplomats, discussions of pending personnel moves and legislation, and, inevitably, some debate about policy.

Officials did not disclose the number of Mr. Obama’s emails that were harvested by hackers, nor the sensitivity of their content. The president’s email account itself does not appear to have been hacked. Aides say that most of Mr. Obama’s classified briefings — such as the morning Presidential Daily Brief — are delivered orally or on paper (sometimes supplemented by an iPad system connected to classified networks) and that they are usually confined to the Oval Office or the Situation Room.

Still, the fact that Mr. Obama’s communications were among those hit by the hackers — who are presumed to be linked to the Russian government, if not working for it — has been one of the most closely held findings of the inquiry. Senior White House officials have known for months about the depth of the intrusion.

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“This has been one of the most sophisticated actors we’ve seen,” said one senior American official briefed on the investigation.

Others confirmed that the White House intrusion was viewed as so serious that officials met on a nearly daily basis for several weeks after it was discovered. “It’s the Russian angle to this that’s particularly worrisome,” another senior official said.

While Chinese hacking groups are known for sweeping up vast amounts of commercial and design information, the best Russian hackers tend to hide their tracks better and focus on specific, often political targets. And the hacking happened at a moment of renewed tension with Russia — over its annexation of Crimea, the presence of its forces in Ukraine and its renewed military patrols in Europe, reminiscent of the Cold War.

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Inside the White House, the intrusion has raised a new debate about whether it is possible to protect a president’s electronic presence, especially when it reaches out from behind the presumably secure firewalls of the executive branch.

Mr. Obama is no stranger to computer-network attacks: His 2008 campaign was hit by Chinese hackers. Nonetheless, he has long been a frequent user of email, and publicly fought the Secret Service in 2009 to retain his BlackBerry, a topic he has joked about in public. He was issued a special smartphone, and the list of those he can exchange emails with is highly restricted.

When asked about the investigation’s findings, the spokeswoman for the National Security Council, Bernadette Meehan, said, “We’ll decline to comment.” The White House has also declined to provide any explanations about how the breach was handled, though the State Department has been more candid about what kind of systems were hit and what it has done since to improve security. A spokesman for the F.B.I. declined to comment.

Officials who discussed the investigation spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the delicate nature of the hacking. While the White House has refused to identify the nationality of the hackers, others familiar with the investigation said that in both the White House and State Department cases, all signs pointed to Russians.

On Thursday, Secretary of Defense Ashton B. Carter revealed for the first time that Russian hackers had attacked the Pentagon’s unclassified systems, but said they had been identified and “kicked off.” Defense Department officials declined to say if the signatures of the attacks on the Pentagon appeared related to the White House and State Department attacks.

The discovery of the hacking in October led to a partial shutdown of the White House email system. The hackers appear to have been evicted from the White House systems by the end of October. But they continued to plague the State Department, whose system is much more far-flung. The disruptions were so severe that during the Iranian nuclear negotiations in Vienna in November, officials needed to distribute personal email accounts, to one another and to some reporters, to maintain contact.

Earlier this month, officials at the White House said that the hacking had not damaged its systems and that, while elements had been shut down to mitigate the effects of the attack, everything had been restored.

One of the curiosities of the White House and State Department attacks is that the administration, which recently has been looking to name and punish state and nonstate hackers in an effort to deter attacks, has refused to reveal its conclusions about who was responsible for this complex and artful intrusion into the government. That is in sharp contrast to Mr. Obama’s decision, after considerable internal debate in December, to name North Korea for ordering the attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, and to the director of national intelligence’s decision to name Iranian hackers as the source of a destructive attack on the Sands Casino.

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This month, after CNN reported that hackers had gained access to sensitive areas of the White House computer network, including sections that contained the president’s schedule, the White House spokesman, Josh Earnest, said the administration had not publicly named who was behind the hack because federal investigators had concluded that “it’s not in our best interests.”

By contrast, in the North Korea case, he said, investigators concluded that “we’re more likely to be successful in terms of holding them accountable by naming them publicly.”

But the breach of the president’s emails appeared to be a major factor in the government secrecy. “All of this is very tightly held,” one senior American official said, adding that the content of what had been breached was being kept secret to avoid tipping off the Russians about what had been learned from the investigation.

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Mr. Obama’s friends and associates say that he is a committed user of his BlackBerry, but that he is careful when emailing outside the White House system.

“The frequency has dropped off in the last six months or so,” one of his close associates said, though this person added that he did not know if the drop was related to the hacking.

Mr. Obama is known to send emails to aides late at night from his residence, providing them with his feedback on speeches or, at times, entirely new drafts. Others say he has emailed on topics as diverse as his golf game and the struggle with Congress over the Iranian nuclear negotiations.

George W. Bush gave up emailing for the course of his presidency and did not carry a smartphone. But after Mr. Bush left office, his sister’s email account was hacked, and several photos — including some of his paintings — were made public.

The White House is bombarded with cyberattacks daily, not only from Russia and China. Most are easily deflected.

The White House, the State Department, the Pentagon and intelligence agencies put their most classified material into a system called Jwics, for Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System. That is where top-secret and “secret compartmentalized information” traverses within the government, to officials cleared for it — and it includes imagery, data and graphics. There is no evidence, senior officials said, that this hacking pierced it.

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How Google’s Project Fi pricing stacks up to the competition

Google Fi combines Sprint, T-Mobile, and Wi-Fi into a single network. This isn’t Sprint or T-Mobile; it’s Sprint and T-Mobile. You phone is subscribed to both networks and jumps between them, which means the Nexus 6 will be hopping from Wi-Fi to CDMA to GSM to LTE as the situation dictates. Calls, texts, and data can seamlessly switch between T-Mo, Sprint, and Wi-Fi, and calls and texts can be routed to any secondary devices that have Hangouts installed. You’re allowed to tether, and your data plans work in over 120 countries, but only at 3G speeds.

Google says they have “millions” of high-speed Wi-Fi hotspots across the country, and your connection to them is encrypted. The biggest downside is device selection: for now it only works on the Nexus 6.

Google Fi’s pricing is a mandatory $20 unlimited talk/text plan plus $10 per GB of data—so 3GB of data and your total bill would be $50 a month. Tax is not included in the plan, so expect another 10%-20% increase on top of that. The main difference is that you don’t pay for the cellular data you don’t use. If you’re paying $30 for 3GB of data and only use 2.4GB of data, you get $6 off your next bill. This has the potential to save a lot during light usage months.

Republic Wireless (Wi-Fi + Sprint)

Republic Wireless is probably the closest existing service to Project Fi. It also offers a “Hybrid Network” that primarily uses Wi-Fi and seamlessly switches to Sprint when Wi-Fi isn’t available. Like Project Fi, calls and texts work over Wi-Fi, but this requires custom software built by Republic Wireless, which limits device compatibility (only the Moto X 2014, Moto X 2013, and first gen Moto G, and E work) and slows down device updates. While it doesn’t offer Project Fi’s cash-for-used-data deal, users can change their plan up to twice a month.

Republic Wireless offers a lot of “edge case” plans that might save you over Project Fi if they happen to fit your mobile lifestyle. You can get a phone number for dirt cheap—only $5 a month—but that’s with no cellular access, it’s unlimited talk and text over Wi-Fi only (and of course, data will work over Wi-Fi). There’s also a $10 unlimited talk and text over Wi-Fi and cellular, still no cellular data though. There’s a $25 3G-only plan with 5GB of data which then gets throttled unlimitedly. Things finally get comparable to Project Fi and other plans with a $40 per month plan for unlimited talk, text, and 5GB of data that then gets throttled.

This $40 for 5GB plan is the only 4G data plan on Republic Wireless, but if you use exactly 5GB per month, Project Fi would cost an extra $30.

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Google’s MVNO is called Project Fi, costs $20/month + $10/GB for data in US and abroad, available for Nexus 6, runs on Sprint and T-Mobile networks

As expected, the effort taps three networks: LTE networks from Sprint and T-Mobile along with a heavy dose of Wi-Fi. Customers pay $20 per month plus $10 for each gigabyte of data they use.dreambox dm7080

So why is Google doing this, what does it mean for the wireless industry and is it a good deal for consumers? Here are Re/code’s answers to those and a few other questions.

So $10 a gigabyte, that’s about what I pay now for data. Why is this a big deal?

There are a couple things about Project Fi’s pricing that make it unique. First, the major carriers make you pick a plan, and typically you pay for the data whether you use it or not. T-Mobile does let you roll over unused data for a year, and AT&T lets you do it for a month on some plans. But Google’s version is really just pay for what you use. Also, at $20 for unlimited calling and texting, plus $10 per gigabyte, the total monthly bill is likely to be somewhat less than most plans from the big-name carriers for most customers.sunray sr4

Another interesting feature is that Google is removing the notion that a mobile phone number has to be tied to a single device. “With Project Fi, your phone number lives in the cloud, so you can talk and text with your number on just about any phone, tablet or laptop,” Google said on its website. While the service is limited to Nexus 6 devices, Google’s statement suggests additional device support isn’t far off.

Why is Google doing this?

There are a few benefits for Google. First, anything that gets people online more helps Google’s core business of serving up ads. Second, the service works only with Android and, specifically, Google’s own Nexus 6 phone. That means that to take part, customers are signing up for the most Google-y of all mobile options — its phone, its operating system, its online services and its wireless plan.

Also, in Google’s ideal world, the Internet is never out of reach. Its wireless initiative, like the moveearlier this week to alter mobile website search rankings, is primarily a ploy to improve the speed and accessibility of the Web for consumers.

But it’s also another attempt to prod a neighboring industry in that direction, which is also the thinking behind Google Fiber, Google’s flirtation with broadband. It’s not a bid to become a major broadband provider, although Google will surely take the paying customers. Instead, it’s a move to push the incumbents to speed up delivery and lower prices, so that more people spend more time on Google’s core services.

So why are the carriers doing it?

T-Mobile and Sprint, the two cellular networks participating, are both challengers seeking to fill their networks with as much capacity as possible. Both already have big programs in which they wholesale their service to lots of other so-called MVNOs, or mobile virtual network operators — companies like FreedomPop and Republic Wireless that offer mobile service under their own brands but use another company’s network. Economically, this deal is likely similar to those, albeit this time with an Internet giant rather than a mobile upstart.

So is it good for the carriers then?

Not necessarily. The move adds further pricing pressure to an already hyper-competitive market. It’s certainly not a good thing for AT&T and Verizon, which just face yet another competitor. Even for Sprint and T-Mobile it could mean fewer customers for their own brand of service. Plus, by switching automatically between networks, Google is adding to the notion that the carriers are simply interchangeable pipes.

Additional reporting by Mark Bergen.

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  • led lighting efficiency: 90-100lm/w
  • working time: 50000hours” style=”margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; font-family: inherit; font-size: inherit; font-style: inherit; font-variant: inherit; font-weight: inherit; font-stretch: inherit; line-height: inherit; vertical-align: baseline; word-wrap: break-word;”>>50000hours
  • material: aluminum
  • IP:66: High Lumens

Led pixel light

 

 

 

 

 

Product Description led pixel light :

 

 

 

1.Imported fire-retardant PVC Cover, environmentally grade, one-time injection molding,

 

high temperature resistance +100  -40 , light uniformity and more reliable waterproof.

 

 

 

2.Efficient SMD5050 light source, long lifespan, low power, pure color,  pollution

 

 

 

3.Built-in microcomputer chip, can be programmed and controlled by computer, synchronize

 

seven-color gradient transition, jumping, chasing, scanning, flowing water and other full color

 

effects, also changes in a variety of patterns, text and animation.

 

 

 

4.Taping type connection, easy to install –aluminum profile installation

 

 

 

led pixel light

 

 

 

-IP66 LED Point light

 

-Silicon rubber seals can prevent the water into the lamp

 

White, green, red, yellow or rgb

 

-External waterproof driver.

 

-Epistar LED can be choosen.

 

 

 

Application:

 

 

 

1. Individual,historical buildings exterior lighting

 

2. Outside building and indoor local lighting

 

3. Landscape lighting, advertising lighting.

 

4. Health, culture and other specialized facilities lighting

 

5. Bars, dance halls and other entertainment atmosphere lighting.