Feb 02

Strategy Analytics reports that Apple overtook Samsung as the market leader in mobile phones in the United States for the final quarter of 2012, being the first time Apple has held the top spot in overall mobile phone shipments. However Samsung still led for the year as a whole. » Apple Overtakes Samsung in Q4 2012 Mobile Phone Marketshare in U.S.

Jan 14

While we wrote earlier today that Apple cuts orders for iPhone parts due to weak demand, the Korean company’s popular line of Galaxy S smartphones has recently reached a major milestone, crossing the 100 million unit mark in less than three years. Samsung posted the above image on its Flickr account. » Samsung Galaxy S Sales Surpass 100M Mark

Jan 02

CES 2013 will begin on January 8 and last until January 11 and it promises to be very television-centric this year. Intel will be be launching a set top box and cable TV service and Samsung will unveil a new TV “that is unlike anything the world has ever seen“. On Samsung’s blog there is a picture of a portrait-shaped TV that is taller than it is wide and looks like it may be transparant. “A true innovation of TV design is coming up with an unprecedented new TV shape and timeless gallery design“. » Samsung Teases New TV With ‘Unprecedented’ Shape and Design

Dec 22

The Wall Street Journal reports that Google is working on a new phone, via its newly acquired Motorola Mobility and will be released next year. The phone “codenamed X Phone” is designed to compete more strongly with the iPhone, and Samsung’s Galaxy line, than Motorola’s current lineup. The project is being led by former Google product manager Lior Ron and includes possible features such as bendable screens, ceramics, image and gesture-recognition software. » Google Working On New “X Phone” To Compete With Apple & Samsung

Dec 13

A view days ago we wrote that the police of Australia issued a warning about Apple Maps to travelers, after several travelers became stranded in the Murray-Sunset National Park trying to reach the city of Mildura using Apple’s directions. Apple did fix the iOS 6 Maps error, but today CNET Australia posted some photos of a new Samsung Galaxy S III display on George Street in Sydney saying “Oops, should have got a Samsung Galaxy S III. Get navigation you can trust”. The ad is placed next to a mud-covered white SUV alongside some camping equipment. » Samsung Targets Apple Maps With New Ad Display In Australia

Dec 08

Tim Cook is the CEO of Apple for over a year now and yesterday he gave his first official television interview with Brian Williams on NBC’s Rock Center. He spoke about his role as CEO, Apple Maps, Samsung and about Apple in the future. You can view the first part of the interview above and the second part after the break. » Tim Cook’s TV Interview With Brian Williams, Talking About Apple Maps, Samsung, & The Future [videos]

Dec 02

ComScore created a report showing key trends in the U.S. mobile phone industry during the three month average period ending October 2012. They surveyed more than 30,000 U.S. mobile subscribers and found Samsung to be the top handset manufacturer overall with 26.3 percent market share and Apple coming in second at 17.8% and LG .2 points behind in the number three slot with 17.6%. They also checked the top Smartphone platforms and results show that Google Android continued to lead among smartphone platforms, accounting for 53.6 percent of smartphone subscribers, while Apple secured 34.3 percent. » Apple Second In October 2012 U.S. Mobile Phone Market Share

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