News Headlines - 30 April 2015

Experts caution inflation to rise faster than expected - FTAdviser.com

But the market has begun to price in a faster rise in inflation than previously expected, which could accelerate further if commodity prices such as oil start to rebound.

Apple, IBM to Work With Japan Post to Serve Elderly - WSJ

Over the next year, IBM will work with Japan Post to develop iPad software that will enhance Japan Post’s national Post Office Watch service, the companies said.

The Era of Japan's All-Powerful Videogame Designers Is Over | WIRED

HIDEO KOJIMA’S EXIT from Konami isn’t just the end of Metal Gear as we know it. It’s the end of the era of big-name directors running the show in Japan.

MediaTek Pins 2nd Half Hopes on Octacore | EE Times

The company Thursday (April 30) reported first-quarter 2015 revenue of NT$47.5 billion ($1.55 billion), down 14.3% from the previous quarter, and up 3.3% from the same period a year ago. MediaTek forecast second-quarter 2015 sales in the range of NT$45.2 billion to NT$49 billion. The company also expects second-quarter smartphone shipments to be in a range of 85 to 90 million units, up from 80 to 85 million units in the first quarter.

Nepal Quake Death Toll May Reach 15,000, Army Chief Says | TIME

Up to 15,000 people may have died in the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal over the weekend, the country’s army chief told NBC News in an exclusive interview on Thursday.








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