If you have been waiting to see a camera shootout of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge vs the Apple iPhone 6 Plus, our footage is coming soon, but check this out for now.
Apple, Google and Samsung are all fighting for a chance to replace your wallet. Here’s a closer look at the mobile payment scene’s new big three.
Looking at the final quarter of 2014, as well as the year as a whole, we take a look at the big players in the smartphone game, while also looking forward to what we might expect as 2015 progresses.
We compare the Apple iPhone with Samsung’s latest flagship offering. Here is a how the Samsung Galaxy S6 compares to the iPhone 6.
In a move that isn’t surprising at all, a new report asserts that Samsung employees have been trading sides to those of Apple in light of excellent benefits
Google is working to bring together device makers, carriers, banks, and payment networks for a new version of Wallet that should launch at I/O 2015.
In 2014, Xiaomi took the lead in the world’s largest smartphone market, according to a new report from IDC. Meanwhile, Samsung lost more ground in Q4 2014.
Analysts are expecting an exceptional year for Samsung’s semiconductor business as Qualcomm, Apple, and Nvidia reportedly place orders for 14nm processors.
Apple and Samsung both shipped around 74 million smartphones last quarter, but Lenovo, Huawei and Xiaomi are demonstrating the fastest rates of growth.
Cited by many as one of the most comforting parts of recent Motorola smartphones, the delightful dimple was almost a futuristic fingerprint sensor. Alas…