In the U.S. and Canada, there is, essentially, only one tablet. Unless you count the various models of iPad.
Apple has been declared America’s computer brand of the year, mobile phone brand of the year, and tablet brand of the year by a Harris Interactive poll of 38,500 Americans.
In spite of all the talk that Apple is ceding both tablet as well as smartphone market share to Google’s Android, iPad web browsing share just hit a five-month high.
Watch Samsung’s latest announcements here.
Sony unveils 10 indie developers who are bringing their titles to the PlayStation 4.
Are people trading in their iPhones for Samsung’s new Galaxy S IV?
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.
What kind of commercial do you run if you’re constantly locked up in legal battles with your major competitor? If you’re Samsung, you fork over a dumpster full of cash and avoid alluding to Apple devices like you’ve done in the past.
Planning to watch a Big Plate game this weekend between the San Francisco 50-minus-1s and the Baltimore Black Birds?
Android smartphones have already taken the sales crown with 75 percent share and 57 million shipped by Samsung alone last quarter. It seems that the tablet market will soon follow suit.
The Premier is big, bold, slim, and sleek with a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED display — and Samsung says it’s priced to sell.
Samsung’s Galaxy is bigger, lighter, and constructed with a plastic back. Apple’s iPhone 4s is smaller, heavier, and glassy/metallic. But that didn’t stop Susan Kare, the designer of the original Mac icon set, from confusing the two.
Just how important is the U.S. market for global smartphone sales? Ask Taiwan-based handset maker HTC which today announced that U.S. Customs delays, along with sluggish European demand, were to blame for second-quarter profits falling more than 57 percent.
Magazines on tablets, dismissed by some as a last-ditch effort to save a dying print product, are gaining steam, according to new stats released by Adobe. Tablet-magazine readers are engaged, have long attention spans, and most importantly, actually pay for content.
[vimeo 34882768 w=640 h=360] As smartphones grow ever larger and tablets shrink, they’ll inevitably meet at some kind of hybrid, halfway point, neither entirely tablet nor entirely phone, but a bit of both.
In just a few weeks, Samsung will start shipping Android 4.0, a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich over the air to Galaxy device owners.
Samsung may be gearing up for a massive, anti-Apple offensive as the iPhone 5 release date draws nearer.