Xiaomi’s CEO, Lei Jun, recently unveiled his company’s big plans for global domination… of the mobile world that is. Samsung and Apple need to take note (of the pending apocalypse to their market shares).
The term ‘fanboy’ sure gets thrown around a lot in the mobile world. So what are some of the most common types of fanboys, and what are some signs you might be part of their tribe? Let’s take a look.
Samsung has unveiled Samsung Flow, which is their version of Apple Continuity, which allows Samsung devices to communicate with each other in unique ways.
Judge Lucy Koh has decided that Apple will have to go to court and face allegations from former Apple user (now Android switcher) Adrienne Moore.
Things aren’t looking very positive at Samsung right now, but who are the players responsible? Is the rise of LG, Xiaomi, and Lenovo, not to mention Apple’s continued success, actually dragging Samsung down?
More financial results are in, and Samsung has clung to the #2 spot in an increasingly saturated tablet market thanks to its menagerie of Tabs and Notes.
Interbrand published its annual brand value report, and technology companies are once again dominating the top 10.
Samsung has had great success with the Note series and popularized the phablet, so why is no one competing with it? Is the iPhone 6 Plus a real threat? Where are the Android OEMs in this form factor?
It was a wild week, Android lovers, with some big news, intriguing rumors, and a little fun on the iPhone’s expense.
Consumer Reports used a standard three points test to see how much force the phones can withstand until they show a permanent deformation. The devices in the test group were the HTC One (M8), LG G3, and Galaxy Note 3, and three iPhones: 5, 6, and 6 Plus.