According to the latest market data, Samsung Electronics is quickly catching up with Apple Inc in the global tablet market, and has already overtaken its rival in emerging regions.
Speaking with Fortune Magazine, Lenovo CEO Yuanqing Yang discusses the company’s plans for Motorola and how it aims to complete in the smartphone market.
Global smartphone shipments surpassed the one billion unit milestone last year. Surprisingly, Lenovo, LG, and Huawei were some of the best performing manufacturers, while Apple failed to keep the pace.
Continuing from the pessimistic outlook for Galaxy S4 sales rumored earlier this month, Samsung’s share price has continued to fall, reaching its lowest valuation in the past nine months.
Samsung plans to invest over $150 million in software in its native Korea. But what could be the reasons behind the move?
In a press release issued yesterday, ICG Company has indicated that it intends to sell its e-commerce optimization company to Google for $125 million. But just what Google intends to do with this purchase remains a mystery.
Before barely getting a chance to take a thorough look at the newly unveiled business-oriented Casio Paper Writer tablet, a new gadget with a similar target got introduced to the public. The Fujitsu Stylistic M532/EA4 will also focus on durability and functionality and will most likely limit itself to the Asian market, but, unlike the Paper Writer, it doesn’t seem to come with a lot of unique features or specs.
The Paper Writer is one of Casio’s first notable Android tab efforts, and, while the gadget will most likely never see the light of day in US or Europe, it might actually enjoy some success over in Asia.
NEC has unveiled two new 10.1-inch Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich tablets today, one for business and one for personal use, but both part of the LifeTouch L line. The LifeTouch L for individuals will be launched on July 5, while the business model will be available in stores in late July. Pricing details for the two LifeTouch L versions have not been mentioned at this time, but we do have more details regarding their specs and features for you. There aren’t that many differences when it comes to hardware. In fact the two LifeTouch L lines are almost similar…
Good Technology has launched the Good Mobile Access (GMA) app for Android, which allows businesses to embrace the bring-your-own device (BYOD) philosophy without increasing security risks. With BYOD, employees get to use their own mobile devices all the time, for both personal and business related activities, without compromising privacy. Traditionally, personal mobile devices aren’t granted access to corporate networks as they are “unknown” entities that are impossible to audit and manage. Which IT manager can vouch for all the apps and games you have on your Android phone or tablet? BYOD is becoming increasingly popular as it lets employees choose…