The eight-core Nuclun application processor is LG’s first in-house effort, with a debut slated for this week in a South Korea-only handset called the G3 Screen.
Fab announced Tuesday that it will be getting rid of more than 100 positions in its Berlin office as it continues restructuring the business away from flash sales and toward more of a global e-commerce home and design store.
The Fancy plans to add same-day delivery on items shipped to customers in New York City, as a way to differentiate the design-oriented e-commerce company, and to get customers to take the plunge and make a purchase.
Looking for cool new products in home design? Fab is transitioning from a flash sales sites of merchandise from other retailers to encompass a wide variety of home furnishings with an emphasis on design.
His new venture will help build other companies, and will work with large corporations and other founders to come up with ideas.
Fab is just 18 months into its existence as an online design store, but it’s been an eventful ride. Here’s a look at far the company has come based on some figures and slides provided by CEO Jason Goldberg.
Fab is getting ready for a big expansion into India and has lined up a “seven-figure” investment from The Times of India. The investment comes on the heels of Fab’s acquisition of India-based technology partner True Sparrow.
The Guardian said Monday that it gets more than 50 percent of its traffic from mobile devices at 6 a.m. in the morning and on 3 p.m. on Saturdays. Fab.com said more than 50 percent of sales early Saturday mornings happen via mobile devices.
Less than a year after its relaunch, Fab.com is nearing 4 million members. Co-founder and CEO Jason Goldberg talks about the once-social network’s reinvention, saying it’s not just an e-commerce site — it’s a movement.
Fab.com, the design flash sales site, is on a roll with 750,000 members since launching four months ago and $100,000 in sales revenue each day. And now its fulfilling its members’ No. 1 request with mobile apps for iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
Fabulis, a social net and lifestyle site aimed at gay men, has raised $625,000 in a first round funding, founder and CEO Jason Goldberg told…