I have just finished watching a documentary exposing the inhuman conditions that workers in Chinese factories making Apple products have to endure, while Apple reaps a near 40% margin on the US retail price of each iPhone 6. Yet it is not just Apple, its executives and shareholders who are to blame.
Hybrid and pure electric vehicles are slowly but surely picking up speed and rolling down the road towards a world market predicted to be worth a massive $533 billion within the next decade.
Struggling Canadian smartphone company BlackBerry may be in its death throes but that hasn't prevented it from attempting a comeback - today will see the launch of the Z3, a cut-price handset initially only available in Indonesia.
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