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To: Ms. Baby Boomer who wrote (1779)1/30/2019 12:32:24 PM
From: Ms. Baby Boomer
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Hmmm...

On the other hand, Whitey named after the Yankees Whitey Ford,
and is 4G didn't say anything...

Moto is too smart for her own good....

Later,

M

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From: Ms. Baby Boomer2/24/2019 10:42:43 AM
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Barcelona - Mobile World Congress 2019

Unveiling Next Generation Technology....


tradefair.co.uk

M

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To: Ms. Baby Boomer who wrote (1770)3/12/2019 10:45:26 AM
From: Ms. Baby Boomer
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iPhone Trends Going ‘From Bad to Worse,’
Longbow Research Says...


Apple Inc. continues to struggle with iPhone demand, with trends going “from bad to worse,” according to Longbow Research.

“Without iPhone demand acceleration on the horizon, we currently do not see any catalysts near term to drive significant EPS upside,” wrote analyst Shawn Harrison. He affirmed his neutral rating on the stock and said the lack of a rebound in iPhone sales creates risk and shifts more focus to Apple’s March 25 event, where the company is expected to introduce a video programming service and premium magazine subscription plan.

Shares of Apple gained as much as 1 percent in early trading Tuesday, after rising 3.5 percent on Monday, their biggest increase since January. While the stock has rebounded 27 percent from a January low, Apple remains more than 20 percent below record levels reached in October.

Much of the stock’s weakness over the past few months has been related to weakening demand prospects for the iPhone, particularly in China, an increasingly important market. According to data compiled by Bloomberg, almost 20 percent of Apple’s fiscal 2018 revenue was derived from China, and the iPhone accounted for 62 percent of revenue.

“Multiple iPhone price cuts did not stop China iPhone search trends from weakening further while February supplier sales were abysmal, decelerating on a year over year basis vs. January,” Harrison wrote in a research note Tuesday. Of 42 Apple suppliers, he wrote, 37 of them “reported worse than seasonal sales” in February.

Harrison added that there was “weaker interest year over year” for iPhones, citing search data for both Google and China’s Baidu. In February, Baidu iPhone searches were down 47 percent from the prior year, per his data.

Analysts are split on Apple’s outlook with 22 recommending buying shares and another 22 recommending holding the stock. Just one firm has a sell rating. The average price target is $178, or slightly below where the stock closed on Monday. On Monday, BofAML upgraded the Dow Jones Industrial Average component to buy, forecasting “stability of supply chain order cuts” and a “large reversal of inventory overhang in iPhones.”

Apple’s second-quarter results will be released on or about April 30. Analysts expect the company to report adjusted earnings of $2.38 a share on revenue of $57.54 billion. These estimates indicate a drop of nearly 13 percent in profitability and sales falling 5.9 percent compared to the prior-year period....

bloomberg.com

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From: Sr K3/13/2019 10:46:05 AM
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WSJ

How Much Does 5G Cost? Verizon Says $10 Extra Per Month

Carrier’s unlimited-data customers will have to pay more for fastest service, set to launch in Chicago and Minneapolis in April

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To: Sr K who wrote (1787)3/13/2019 11:35:53 AM
From: Ms. Baby Boomer
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U R paying 10 Buck$ a month more for 5G, but requires a compatible cell phone...

Have no intention of paying extra per month for the module that would be attached to
ONYX Moto, until they R done upgrading the Network in Moi's Neck of the Woods...

By then, will probably buy a new phone.... :)

M

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To: Ms. Baby Boomer who wrote (1788)3/13/2019 12:30:04 PM
From: Sr K
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What happened to Moore's Law? It shouldn't cost $10/month more. That's probably the WSJ using Price but they call it cost.

We'll see what AT&T charges.

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To: Sr K who wrote (1789)3/13/2019 6:48:13 PM
From: Ms. Baby Boomer
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Re: Moore's Law...

The Internet was born from DARPA 30 years ago...

T bought DirecTv in order to compete with Verizon Fios and Comcast XFinity...

Their oversized unconnected satellite is on Moi's roof...

On the other hand, looks like Verizon Fios has their rolled up cable ready
to be connected to a 5G power pole....

M

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From: JakeStraw4/3/2019 11:13:25 AM
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Verizon begins rolling out its 5G wireless network for smartphones
cnbc.com
Verizon is activating its 5G mobile network in Chicago and Minneapolis.

Customers can expect speeds up to 1Gbps, which is about 10x faster than you might normally get.

Only one phone supports the network right now.

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To: JakeStraw who wrote (1791)4/4/2019 8:36:49 AM
From: Ms. Baby Boomer
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>>Only one phone supports the network right now...

Motorola Moto Z3....

pcmag.com

M

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To: Ms. Baby Boomer who wrote (1792)4/5/2019 11:38:47 AM
From: Ms. Baby Boomer
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So, is Moi the walking 5G Test???

Heard through the grapevine that Minneapolis didn't go that well...

Have a nice weekend...

Monday, Monday....

M

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