A new research note reveals that Apple’s iPhone 5 sales helped the company overtake Google when it comes to smartphone OS marketshare in the U.S., for the 12-week period ending on October 28, 2012.
New drop test pits Apple devices against the Nexus line, things aren’t looking great for Google (video)
Guess what, ladies and gents, we have a new drop test video for your destructive viewing pleasure. As usual, viewer discretion is advised, while if you’re of feeble spirit or faint-hearted you should probably pass on the clip altogether.
It’s not just Samsung that’s targeting Apple’s latest iOS products in patent-based lawsuits, but Google also, which is engaged in a patent battle of its own against Apple inherited from Motorola.
At a recent Barcelona conference, Jim Alling, COO of T-Mobile USA, touched upon a very delicate subject for T-Mo and an issue that’s thought to have been a major contributing factor to the company’s decline – Apple’s iPhones.
The Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx HD has a humongous battery, so you’d obviously expect it to crush the competition when it comes to battery life tests, including two of its most important rivals, the iPhone 5 and the Galaxy S3. So there’s really no surprise there, is it?
Is Google’s Nexus 4 better than Apple’s iPhone 5? We take a look and compare the display, design, speed, storage, cameras, value for money, and a whole lot more. Find out who wins the Nexus 4 vs iPhone 5 battle right here.
Open the Internet today and you’ll find a bunch of Galaxy S4-related rumors, all based on different, unconfirmed, reports, that we have covered thoroughly when they originally hit the presses.
We are all familiar with Apple’s and Samsung’s legal battles. Today, some new progress emerges as both companies have been granted permission to include new products produced by the other party in their respective patent-based cases.
We’ve seen plenty of hilarious videos making fun of the Apple vs Android/Samsung rivalry already, so it’s really no surprise to see a new short clip pop up on YouTube to portray the fight between these two giants.
The iPhone 5, Nexus 4, HTC One X, Samsung Galaxy S3, Nokia Lumia 920 and Samsung Galaxy Note 2 panels all got compared with the Droid DNA’s, with the conclusion being somewhat surprising.