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Flatline: Analysts halve 2016 global smartphone growth predictions

by: Kris CarlonSeptember 9, 2016
Global smartphone market growth is stagnating, with analysts revising earlier predictions for 3.4% growth in 2016 to less than half at just 1.6%.

Android posts highest ever market share in latest mobile data

by: Kris CarlonAugust 20, 2016
The latest OS market share data show Android posting its highest ever figures: capturing a record 86.2% of the market and shipping 300 million units in Q2.
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Report: 60% of smartphone users are dissatisfied and ready to switch carriers

by: Kris CarlonApril 5, 2016
A new mobile report states that 60% of consumers are dissatisfied with their carrier's connectivity and overall experience and are ready to switch.

Global smartphone sales hit a record high in 2015, but growth is slowing

by: Kris CarlonJanuary 28, 2016
2015 witnessed the largest-ever shipments of smartphones globally: 1.4 billion units, representing a 10% increase over 2014's figures. But the market forecast is not so rosy.
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Are smartphones affecting your relationship? Researchers believe they could be

by: Edgar CervantesNovember 3, 2015
Before we can start trying to work on a solution for "Phubbing" (phone snubbing), it has to become an official thing, and we believe the latest research coming from the Hankamer School of Business of Baylor University has just done that.
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Report: flexible displays will dominate the future with foldable, rollable and even stretchable panels

by: Edgar CervantesSeptember 8, 2015
Flexible displays are not only here to stay, but they are an important part in the future of mobile technology and other types of electronics. IHS Technology estimates that over half of all display shipments will consist of flexible screens by 2024.
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Samsung and LG now make up for 78% of all USA Android sales

by: Edgar CervantesAugust 6, 2015
According to the latest sales data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech, the USA market is not as varied as Europe's and Asia's. Samsung and LG rule here, owning about 78% of all Android mobile sales during Q2 of 2015.
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