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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2961

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Smartphone Market Share: for how long can the big to hold on to the dominance?

Samsung and Apple, the pioneers of the smartphone industry, are losing the dominance of the market share, according to the data from the Gartner, which has been monitoring the trend. During the third quarter of this year, the fall has been significant and given the fiasco involving Samsung and the lack of innovation from Apple, the trend appears to be heading towards the point-of-no-return, according to the seasoned analysts.

Smartphone Market Share: for how long can the big to hold on to the dominance?
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Supermoon: a celestial event not to be missed

Today, the moon is going to appear at its biggest and brightest over the horizon provided that there is no cloud cover, which earned a special name, the supermoon.

Supermoon: a celestial event not to be missed
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President Elect Trump’s Maiden Speech: the glimpses of reconciliation

While an extended tribe of political pundits and pollsters were fighting for both survival and salvaging what was left of their reputation, president elect Donald Trump managed to minimize the potential humiliation of his bitterly-fought opponent, Hilary Clinton, in a brilliant move during his maiden speech after the victory on Wednesday.

President Elect Trump’s Maiden Speech: the glimpses of reconciliation
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US Presidential Election 2016: a narrow victory could spell unprecedented trouble!

With the two main candidates, Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump, running neck and neck, the Americans go the polls tomorrow in the most highly-charged election ever in the USA, the outcome of which is still too close to call, despite the former having a slight advantage over her rival – judging by the opinion polls.

US Presidential Election 2016: a narrow victory could spell unprecedented trouble!
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US Presidential Election 2016: did FBI bridge the gap between Trump and Triumph?

With an unprecedented announcement about the need of a fresh inquiry over Hilary Clinton’s email fiasco, just eleven days before the election, James Comey, the director of the FBI, catapulted himself onto an enviable spot between the devil and the deep blue sea on Friday. He knows very well that he is going to be accused of being partisan, whichever way he takes the inquiry forward in the coming days – and draws a conclusion from its findings.

US Presidential Election 2016: did FBI bridge the gap between Trump and Triumph?
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Cyclone Kyant to hit India’s East Coast

Cyclone Kyant, the cyclonic storm that has been brewing in the Bay of Bengal for the past few days, is now moving in south-westerly direction at a speed of around 13 km/hour.

Cyclone Kyant to hit India’s East Coast
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Creepy Clown Craze: sightings across Britain triggers little laughter and more anxiety

Creepy clown craze, the phenomenon in which a man disguises himself as an armed clown, has been sweeping across Britain for the past few weeks, amid mixed public feelings about the banter, because at times the funny element of it just ends even before the clown in question springs into action; his mere presence, judging by what has been reported so far, just kills off the very aspect of hum our.

Creepy Clown Craze: sightings across Britain triggers little laughter and more anxiety
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Maliban Lemon Puff: a Sri Lankan Success Story Abroad

I was invited for tea the other day with a Sikh family in a town in a London suburb and offered a few varieties of biscuits among a few other sweets. Much to my surprise, there was a familiar item among them that I spotted at the first glance – lemon puff biscuits made by Maliban, in Sri Lanka.

Maliban Lemon Puff: a Sri Lankan Success Story Abroad
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BlackBerry: the End of an iconic smartphone

With the announcement by BlackBerry, the pioneer of the world’s first smartphone, about the end of the production of the device, the once-mighty tech giant displayed a new way of admitting a failure, a new way of looking forward and implied an old way of dealing with something that it could not defy during the most tumultuous years of the relatively-young company.

BlackBerry: the End of an iconic smartphone
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Samsung Galaxy Note 7: a brand on fire?

When Samsung had the opportunity to put on the crown of the undisputed king of the smartphone industry, it just blew it by the way it handled the exploding battery issue, when it was first reported: since Apple could not come up with a game changer while introducing iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung, its arch rival, had a wonderful opportunity to offer the promising alternative at the right time; Unfortunately, Samsung walked into a PR storm of its own making, while shooting itself in the foot; it started an exchange programme to collect the flagship phone for a replacement.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7: a brand on fire?
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