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.
A federal judge has tentatively approved a $415 million settlement in the employee no-poaching scandal engulfing Silicon Valley’s biggest tech companies.
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.
Despite having the biggest market share of global smartphone shipments, manufacturers building phones based on Android are fighting for scraps when it comes to profit. Why is this happening?
In a recent interview, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Design criticized Motorola’s Moto Maker program. Rick Osterloh, President of Motorola, caught wind of this interview and fired back, calling Apple’s prices “outrageous.”
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.
According to data from Crittercism, application crash rates are .2% lower on devices running Lollipop than devices running iOS 8.
Apple is reportedly planning on revamping the Beats music streaming service to better compete with Spotify and Rdio. According to a new report, the new service will be headed to Android.