"As we have previously shared, Q1 was a slower start to the year than we expected. Our view of the growth potential of the sequencing market remains unchanged, as the largest opportunities are in their earliest stages of development. In the near-term, we are focused on improving execution to restore the growth rate we believe our markets can support."
this is starting to look scary these banks are starting to shake like in 2006 !!!!!!!
I tried to warn you repeatedly !
but you prefer to listen to crooked analysts !
did you see this ?
check out DB tanking !
as well as UBS !!!
GS on DECK !!!
ALERT: The best smartphone in the world - it's a work of art - Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
10 best smartphones in the US
Search for the above article it rates the Samsung MUMBER 1 in the world !
1. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
The best smartphone in the world - it's a work of art
OS: Android 6.0.1 | Screen size: 5.1-inch | Resolution: 1440 x 2560 | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 32GB | Battery: 3,600mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 5MP
While last year's Galaxy S5 was nothing special, this year Samsung's started from the ground up to make a truly wonderful smartphone.
The camera is superb, the audio and video quality brilliant and the QHD display crammed into the 5.1-inch screen is the sharpest on the market - although it does suck down the battery rather a lot.
The design is finally something we're pleased to hold in our hand, rather than the plastic cheapness of last year, and the refined TouchWiz overlay is a lot nicer to use.
It's actually extended its lead at the top thanks to some amazing price drops - so you can now get the best phone on the market for an incredibly low price these days. A no-brainer.
Full review: Samsung Galaxy S7
Apple's iBooks and iTunes Movies stores were shut down in China last week, according to a new report from The NYTimes The country's State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film, and Television closed the stores just six months or so after they launched with the government's blessing. Services like Apple Pay and Apple Music are still operating for now, and an Apple spokeswoman told the Times that Apple "hope[s] to make books and movies available again to our customers in China as soon as possible."
did you hear about this ?
Would you buy an iphone if you did not have itunes and other streaming services ?
did you see this ?
I predict they only make 39 or 40 billion revenues what do you think will happen then ?
do you realize apple has very little actual cash after paying taxes and debt and operating expenses ?
not my words search this article !