As expected, the lines for the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus in Sydney were clearly shorter this year than for all the previous iPhones before it, with Apple’s true 2017 flagship still to arrive on 3 November.
Chatsim lets you globally ‘chat for free’ with no limits, using messaging apps and emoji for a year for €10 - and has won an award.
Revenue from the messaging market is set to decline by $600 million over the next 5 years according to Juniper Research despite big traffic from WhatsApp et al.
Japanese messaging app Line is one of the world's most popular messaging apps and may be looking to capitalise on its success with a potential dual listing on the Tokyo and New York stock exchanges.
The massive popularity of free messaging apps and a decline in SMS iis causing operators to worry about monetizing messaging services, according to global analyst firm Ovum.
With now less than 24 hours to go before the iPad 2 is officially available in Sydney, the iQueue line has grown from Alex Lee (or 'alexglee' on Twitter) yesterday, to 17 people in the line now, and presumably tons more to come tonight and tomorrow!
Thanks Sam! Best article I've read in a little while :)
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