A leaked YouTube video reveals Google Now for iPhone and iPad, although the product is not yet official.
A recent analysis of the U.S. smartphone environment estimates that Android growth in the region is much lower than iPhone growth. Will the Galaxy S4 change that?
Recently, the Brazilian Institute of Industrial Property decided that Apple did not own the exclusive right to the iPhone moniker, a huge precedent for the Android version built by Gradiente Eletronica SA. Without solid footing by which to have the device name altered or changed altogether, it now seems Apple is willing to enter into an “agreement”.
As former Apple ad man remarks the increased effect of Samsung’s recent TV ads, we check out how much it costs Samsung to sell millions of Galaxy devices each year.
Could the Google X Phone become a device meant to help Google sort-of stop Samsung’s increasing influence in the Android ecosystem?
The Brazilian patents regulator decided in favor of the local Android IPHONE, denying Apple the iPhone trademark in the region, at least for the time being.
Apple is up in arms as a Brazilian electronics company prepares to release an Android powered device they’re calling the iPhone.
Android engagement paradox again? Opera says Android ad impressions growing, but more engagement from iOS
Opera’s state of mobile advertising report says Android smartphones are on the rise, but iOS devices still lead the pack in terms of engagement and revenue.
A new report reveals that search interest for “Galaxy” is reaching the same levels as interest for “Android.” Will it be a problem for Google in the future?
A new study reveals the Apple vs Samsung fight – in Q4 2012 and for the whole year – when it comes to smartphone sales in the USA.