Greeks spend millions on new iPhones but still it is not enough for Apple

iPhone sales reached a new record in Greece. Nearly 10,000 iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max pieces were sold over three days, starting last Friday. Only on that day, the first day of pre-ordering, the Greeks spent around €6 million to take on a privileged position on the list of those who will receive Apple's flagship …

Millennials: The generation that will finally change the way companies work

The Millennials (Generation Y) are the demographic cohort between Generation X and Generation Z. Demographers and researchers typically use the early 1980s as starting birth years to the early 2000s as final birth years for the Millennial Generation. I am a part of that generation and I always believed that my generation is really different …

The best reason to stick to the iPhone is its bugs.

Thousands of articles have been written around the globe, counting the reasons someone should stick to iOS or Android. Well, forget the camera and the RAM memory because the key feature is software. This week, we learned that a nasty security vulnerability was discovered in Macs and iPhones that essentially lets someone take over your device …

7 simple LinkedIn photo tricks that will significantly increase your chances of getting your dream job

LinkedIn is a perfect place to connect with recruiters who can help you find your dream job. The first point of contact with the recruiter is often not your résumé, but your profile photo. So how could you be sure you are using the most suitable profile photo? LinkedIn shared these seven simple tips to take a better selfie …

Alphabet, the new mother company of Google.

Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin have started a new "collection of companies" called Alphabet and guess what, it includes Google. That's right, Google from now on will be a subsidiary of Alphabet. This move also changed the hierarchy of Google, which now has a new CEO, the well known from his Android success, Sundar Pichai. What the …

When Samsung lost the smartphone game against competition.

Samsung has announced another set of disappointing quarterly earnings, with company's flagship smartphone, Galaxy S6, not achieving the market penetration the Shout Korean company was hoping to achieve at first place. More specifically, Samsung profits dropped 8% annually and sales dropped from 52.35 trillion won in Q2 2014 to 48.54 trillion won today. The smartphone shipments …