We take a look at the data and figures for the third quarter of 2014 to analyse the biggest smartphone market trends this year.
According to an email sent to employees, Intel will be combining its current mobile and PC divisions into a single “Client Computing Group” early next year.
Samsung and BlackBerry have announced a partnership that combines Samsung’s Knox security platform with BlackBerry’s BES12 suite.
Hugo Barra has detailed some of Xiaomi’s plans for its expansion into India, including new services and a team dedicated to building a long term brand in the country.
Xiaomi is looking to raise a further $1.5 billion through a private stake sale, which would value the company at just over $40 billion, more than Lenovo and Sony combined.
Q3 income from Nvidia’s mobile Tegra processor line-up has increased 51 percent compared with last year, helping the company reach record revenues.
It turns out that Xiaomi makes a tidy profit from its cheap flagship smartphones, which it almost doubled between 2012 and 2013.
Xiaomi has announced a $1 billion investment into online video content for its smart TV product range to help it compete in the busy Chinese TV market.
With Samsung posting exceedingly poor Q3 profits, we look at the market forces causing the smartphone giant such a massive headache.
Xiaomi sold 19 million smartphones in Q3 2014, according to market researcher IHS iSuppli, making it the third largest handset manufacturer in the world.