“We found that Samsung users generate close to 50 percent of all Android Web traffic within the U.S. and Canada,” a company representative said. “That’s nearly five times the share of HTC users, the next closest competitor.”
According to a consumer survey of 44,168 people, iPhone is the best smartphone. While that’s likely controversial with Android users, it might not be surprising to iPhone fans.
Except that the survey was in Korea, bitter Apple rival Samsung’s hometown.
Hugely popular hip-hop artist Jay-Z has announced a new record titled Magna Carta Holy Grail, and in a bold move, it will be available first to owners of Samsung’s Galaxy smartphones at no cost.
The first rule of iPhone is that it never, never goes on sale. The second rule of iPhone is that when iPhone does go on sale, it’s only last year’s model, or even older. The third rule of iPhone is that when this year’s model goes on sale, a new model is coming soon.
In other words, the giant that sold almost 400 million phones last year is getting bigger. And faster.
South Korean electronics titan Samsung expects to take in an enormous $7.7 billion (8.7 trillion won) operating profit for the first quarter of 2013.
Apple fans, do you feel lucky?
Are people trading in their iPhones for Samsung’s new Galaxy S IV?
That new Android-based smartphone from the biggest phone manufacturer in the world and the big New York launch, the massive screen, and the 13-megapixel camera? Looks like it’s pre-selling like the prototypical mobile hotcakes.
Microsoft’s going on the offensive against Samsung’s best-selling Galaxy S III in a new ad focusing on Windows Phone cameras, like the one in Nokia’s Lumia 920.
Editor’s Pick The more Samsung “adds value” to Android by customizing a version of it for the Galaxy line of phones, the more it will suck.
77 percent of all new smartphones and tablets activated in the enterprise last quarter were Apple devices, according to a new report from Good Technology.
Apple might have some problems keeping investors interested, but consumers are clearly still Apple-hungry for the iPhone.
So Apple has top market share in the U.S., and Samsung is close on its heels, that much we know. But the sheer scale of the dominance is simply shocking.
Sales of the Galaxy S III helped Samsung make a massive $8.3 billion last quarter.
In every year, there are winners and losers: companies, devices, operating systems. Here’s our look at some of the biggest successes and failures of 2012.
Samsung acknowledged today that the CPU used in many of its phones, including the massively popular Galaxy S III, is vulnerable to a particular type of hack that can give attackers full access to your phone.
Samsung unveiled its new Galaxy Grand smartphone today, and yes, it is a phone with a massive 5″ screen. Unfortunately, while the size of the screen may be grand, its quality isn’t.
The iPhone 5 probably won’t sell as much as Samsung’s Galaxy S III this year, but it did win another coveted prize: Time Magazine’s gadget of the year.
Could it be the Galaxy S IV?
As a recent video shows, Samsung goes through a lot of work to make sure its devices can survive day-to-day abuse.
Score one for Samsung in this long-running patent battle that started way back in August with that billion-dollar judgement against the Korean company.
Anyone who thought a sudden wave of peace, love, and joy was going to erupt in the mobile marketplace just in time for Christmas, keep dreaming.
Samsung has shipped more than 30 million units of its flagship Galaxy S III smartphone in five months.
Samsung shipped “the largest number of units ever shipped by a smartphone vendor in a single quarter.”
Like the look of Samsung’s Galaxy S III, but find its huge 4.8-inch screen a bit much? You’ll soon have a smaller option.
Samsung announced this morning that it will begin rolling out the Jelly Bean update for its flagship smartphone in Poland today, with other territories to follow.
Planning to wait in line for the iPhone 5 during the next few days? Samsung thinks you’re a chump!
Another month, another sales numbers announcement from Samsung. At least we know the Galaxy S III is selling well.
Samsung is aiming to double-down on its Austin, Texas chip making plant: the company announced today that it would invest around $4 billion in the plant to boost the production of mobile processors.
Samsung Electronics Friday announced record quarterly profits of $5.9 billion for the April-June period, the figure largely fueled by rapid sales of the Galaxy series of smartphones.