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Sony to no longer manufacture telephones in Brazil

Sony has confirmed that it has decided now not to manufacture smartphones in Brazil, a flow that comes after the u . s .‘s authorities ended tax exemption on locally produced smartphones and computer systemsthat cost up to BRL 1,500 ($530). The confirmation got here from the japanese agency‘s marketing director Ana Peretti, who said that thepass is also aimed ... Read More »

Chevrolet Spin no longer coming to India

Chevrolet had in advance revealed its plans to launch the Spin MPV within the Indian market in 2017.however, Chevrolet has now showed that it’s going to no longer be introducing the Spin MPV right hereand shall attention greater at the growing compact sedan, hatchbacks and SUV segment. Theorganization alternatively selected to introduce the Beat Activ hatchback and the Essentia compact ... Read More »

Cramer: fee hike is overkill—it facilitates no person

What amazes Jim Cramer most approximately the people who say that the Fed desires to elevate hobbyquotes, is that whilst the economy is doing ok, there isn’t always a increase in whatever. “Calling for the Fed to tighten here is like calling the fire branch to show down your thermostat. it’s faroverkill,” the “Mad cash” host said. a few buyers ... Read More »

The problem with the commodity bounce: ‘There’s no juice there’

After years of underperforming stocks, commodities are beating theS&P 500 this year, at least as measured by the Dow Jones Commodity Index. But some traders still advise staying far away from the commodity space. The recent move higher is “definitely a head fake,” Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management said Monday on CNBC’s “Power Lunch.” The biggest problem, he said, ... Read More »

Linksys EA7500 Wi-Fi router review: MU-MIMO made affordable (but no more useful)

Linksys thinks MU-MIMO is the EA7500’s key selling point. It’s not. While this might be the least-expensive router to support MU-MIMO, that technology is just too new and under-supported on the client side to be anything other than a checklist item. Fortunately for Linksys, the EA7500 includes most of the features that do matter, and it delivers strong performance in general—particularly in the ... Read More »

No, Mom, Twitter isn’t just for stalkers

In the third installment of CNBC’s social media on campus series, a senior at the University of Washington in Seattle, Haylee Millikan, explains how social media went from totally taboo to totally changing her life and the world of political activism. I wasn’t allowed to have an account on social media until I was 15. Of course, I didn’t obey ... Read More »

Tom Lee: No recession—it just feels like it

There’s been a ton of ink spilled over the last several days regarding Apple’s (justified, in my opinion) refusal to create a “one-time” backdoor giving the FBI access to encrypted data stored on an iPhone 5c owned by San Bernardino County. And there are far smarter minds than mine already arguing the whys and wherefores of whether Apple should or ... Read More »

Tom Lee: No recession—it just feels like it

Long-time stock market bull Tom Lee said Thursday the U.S. won’t go into recession over the new year financial turmoil. But he argued: “Corrections and bear markets have the same feel, which is buying doesn’t feel right. Selling feels good.” Lee, co-founder of boutique equity research firm Fundstrat Global Advisors, told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” he understands why investors are “really ... Read More »

OnePlus X will no longer require invites to purchase

OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei announced on the company’s official forum today that theOnePlus X will be available for purchase without invites from now on. Previously, potential customers only had “invite-free Tuesday” to get the phone. Currently, the OnePlus One, OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X are sold wihtout invites. For the OnePlus One the company needed one year to do so, ... Read More »

Is Alphabet cursed now that it is No. 1?

The following is a free preview of CNBC Pro. To get more investment analysis and the live CNBC TV feed, please subscribe. To much fanfare, Alphabet’s market capitalization topped $531 billion Tuesday, surpassing Apple’s $524 billion worth and making the Google parent the most valuable publicly-traded company in the world. But heavy is the head that wears the crown. The ... Read More »