In the first quarter of 2013, a third of smartphones sold in the U.S. were prepaid, double the amount from the previous year. Apple’s share of the prepaid market? A mere 8 percent.
Sharp, Japan Display, and Samsung rival LG Electronics are tooling up for Apple iPhone 5S production runs which will begin in earnest in June, according to a report out of Japan.
After all the money we spent buying flat screen TVs in the past decade, LG is reintroducing the curved TV. This curve, however, is focused on you.
After weeks and months of good news for Android, ComScore’s U.S. subscriber market share report released today says Apple is growing overall iPhone sales and iOS platform penetration, while Google’s Android is dropping.
Both grew spectacularly, with Samsung up 28.9 percent, and Apple up 13.6 percent, while HP and Dell dropped 12.7 and 13.4 percent, respectively.
Drool now or drool later, but LG just announced more details about its 2013 TV lineup, which will be unveiled at CES in a week.
Japanese electronics companies are fighting surging Korean electronics companies such as LG and Samsung — and losing.
Lucky drop tests aside, Apple’s iPhone may be the smartphone most prone to damage.
Samsung owns 99 percent of the world’s OLED market. This is one reason why, the company claims, Korean rival LG has been hiring its engineers and stealing its intellectual property.
Employees of LG Electronics have been accused of corporate spying by fellow Korean electronics giant — and fierce competitor – Samsung. The dispute is related to display technologies for mobile devices such as smartphones, for which Samsung has 98 percent worldwide share.