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In July, Sony revealed that revenue in its mobile and communications division dropped 16.3 percent from the previous year, to $2.3 billion. Troubles in the business wiped out Sony's gains in gaming, where the PlayStation business generated sales of $2.4 billion. The company noted that the decline was because of "a significant decrease in smartphone unit sales resulting from a strategic decision not to pursue scale in order to improve profitability." In other words, Sony is trying to sell fewer, pricier phones instead of many inexpensive devices.

In February, Sony nearly gave up on the mobile division, announcing a new profitability initiative that would focus on gaming, the Sony Pictures movie division, the Sony Music record label and a sensors business that provides components for smartphones and digital cameras, Be sure to tune in to CNET for full coverage from IFA olixar xduo iphone xs case - carbon fibre metallic grey 2015, Editors' note: This story was originally published August 28 at 5:00 a.m, PT, The electronics giant stops into Europe's big tech show to talk up its latest gadgets, likely ranging from smartphones to cameras to TVs..

Many moms say they prefer to be behind the camera. In fact, if you're not taking photos at least every 30 minutes, you're not a modern person and your Facebook friends will be mortified. When it comes to taking family photos, it's often moms who take on the responsibility. How often, though, do moms actually let themselves appear in those photos?. I only ask because of an utterly mortifying survey that has descended on my being. The surveyors talked to 252 moms who had kids under 18 and wondered about the family photos they take on their phones.

The results, if they are to be believed, are shiver-making, The survey found that even though moms take the vast majority of family photos on their phones, 40 percent of them said they make sure they're not in the photos because they don't like the way they look, Please pause on this micro-commentary on the state of our olixar xduo iphone xs case - carbon fibre metallic grey culture while I tell you that 14 percent said they'd feel more comfortable being in these photos, if only they could have some alcohol first, I'll resist interpretation, Instead here are some more results..

Sixty-two percent of moms said the worst thing about losing their smartphones would be losing their family photos. (Perhaps they're in the cloud, though.) Forty percent of moms said they never like the way they look in family photos. And 25 percent said they'd rather have nude photos leaked than lose all their family photos. The tension exposed by this survey is the one between physical appearance and creating long-lasting memories. When asked if they'd prefer to lose all their family photos or gain 25 pounds, 25 percent of these moms said they'd rather forego the extra weight.


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