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.
Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra has announced that the company is moving user data and services to new servers over multiple sites, in order to improve user access speeds and combat fears over privacy.
LG Display has posted financial results for Q3 2014 which shows strong growth in mobile and tablet display revenues.
Having not long upped its offer, Iliad has announced that it is putting an end to its project to acquire T-Mobile US.
Google is rolling out several new ad formats meant for full-screen viewing within smartphone and tablet apps. While this will make it easier for businesses to bring their message across, will these be obtrusive to mobile users?
Sony recently posted a $1.7 billion loss, which it attributed to poor smartphone sales. But with LG, Xiaomi, and others performing well, we explore why Sony is struggling.
Research conducted by IDC shows a decline in Samsung’s global smartphone shipments in Q2 2014, as emerging markets show a preference for lower-cost Chinese vendors.
The first half of 2014 was good for Huawei; we could count them a success based solely on their 34 million shipped smartphones, up 62% over 2013, but smartphones are only half of their business.