Trump Did BETTER Than Romney Among Hispanics, And Blacks


Despite widespread predictions that a wave of Hispanics would defeat him, exit poll data indicates that president-elect Donald Trump did better with Hispanics than Mitt Romney did in 2012.

According to exit poll data collected by CNN, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton defeated Trump among Hispanics at 65 percent to 29 percent. While that’s a big margin, it’s smaller than the one Barack Obama won by in 2012. He defeated Mitt Romney among Hispanics 71 percent to 27 percent.

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Big displays are not a big hit with iPhone and iPad users


Data compiled by mobile engagement platform Localytics gives us a look at the breakdown of different devices within the iPhone and iPad ecosystem, and offer us an insight of how Apple’s upcoming devices might fare.

After plowing through data for 100 million iPhones, the company found that the most popular iPhone is the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, capturing 32 percent of the market share, followed by the 4-inch iPhone 5S with 19 percent of the usage share. Third on the list with 12 percent is the iPhone 6S. It’s not until we reach fourth place do we hit the iPhone 6 Plus, with a market share of only 10 percent.

More than 40 percent of the iPhones have a 4-inch display, and that’s an indicator that users are still happy using a small iPhone (or maybe it’s that they want a cheap iPhone, and the small is just a side-effect).

LG to display budget X series at MWC

LG will display two phones from its newly-announced midrange X series at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona next week, where it will also unveil its flagship model the G5.

Its X cam has dual cameras at the back, one 13 megapixel and another 5 megapixel, that the South Korean tech giant said was a “premium smarpthone feature” that will offer a price-competitive experience for users.

The 5.2-inch handset also has an 8 megapixel front-facing camera, 2GB RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a full HD display, and weighs only 118 grams.

Amazon reportedly plots mall outlets: Making sense of the last commerce mile

I think it is 38% of e-commerce purchases for soft goods that are bought online and return to the bricks and mortar store. So to really get a true and proper understanding until the retailers start to show you exactly what the return rate is and how it is being impacted is really hard to evaluate in this omnichannel world why one growth is bigger than the other because you have to take the return rates into account which really no one does.

Security flaws exposed in Dolphin, Mercury mobile browsers

changeup-worm-imagecredsymantec Mobotap’s Dolphin Browser for Android is a highly customisable browser for smartphones and mobile devices, including search bar tailoring and themes. Following Chrome and Firefox, the browser app is one of the most popular mobile browsers for the Android OS and boasts between 50 million and 100 million installations.

Citrix aims to simplify, unload GoTo business as CEO retires


As for the outlook, Citrix projected third quarter revenue of $780 million to $790 million with non-GAAP earnings between 83 cents a share to 85 cents a share.

Wall Street was looking for earnings of 88 cents a share on revenue of $791 million.

For 2015, Citrix sees non-GAAP earnings between $3.65 a share to $3.75 a share on revenue of $3.22 billion to $3.25 billion.