MOBILE, Ala. - There's been speculation about whether or not Apple is coming out with a cheaper iPhone. Now, a recent comment from an Apple parts-maker is fueling the curiosity.
A company called Pegatron, that assembles parts for Apple's iPhone and iPad, said it's going to increase its number of workers in China by up to 40% in the second half of the year.
Its CFO tells Reuters, that's when the company plans to make the bulk of its annual revenue. And, suppliers have reportedly told Reuters that Apple is developing a cheaper model of the iPhone to broaden its sales base to lower-income buyers.
Has your income ever gotten low enough, that you dipped into your kid's savings account? If you have, you're definitely not alone, according to one survey.
The money-saving website couponcodes4u did a study and reports that half of U.S. parents have taken money from their kid's savings. Half of those parents say they didn't feel guilty about it.
General Motors doesn't feel guilty about wanting to put advertisements in your car. CEO Dan Akerson says the company is exploring ways to bring advertising to in-car info-tainment.
Your navigation voice may be replaced by the voice of a TV star; your oil change reminder sponsored by a gas station; your video screen splashing the logo of an insurance company, and whatever else the ad world can dream up.
Annoying - but profitable.
That's your Daily Tech.
Lar Nimit and Natjira Khieokham from Bangkok Thai are in the Studio10 kitchen today making a Turkey Tom Yum soup. They are also holding a special meditation event at the restaurant. It is aimed at reducing holiday stress.
According to authorities, a man suspected of firing a shot that missed a 6-year-old and 8-year-old sitting in the backseat of a car Saturday, November 30, has been arrested.
In a move intended to persuade Creola residents not to annex into Saraland, the Satsuma City School board considers offering free tuition.
Temps Continue Their Roller Coaster with a Big Cool Down Arriving Later Today....
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley is scheduled to take part in a ceremony paying tribute to fallen soldiers and those on active duty.
Robertsdale police said a man was the victim of a hit and run Saturday, around 30 minutes before the start of the city's annual Christmas parade.