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The rise and rise of ‘hearables’, as told by IDC
Ear-worn devices captured 46.9% of the overall wearables market during the 2Q19, up from 24.8% a year ago.
Samsung says 'hundreds of apps' will work with Galaxy Fold
‘Hundreds’ of apps on the Google Play and Galaxy Stores have been updated to work with the foldable phone, thanks to a collaboration with Google to improve integrated Android OS support.
Security flaw left Android phones open to SMS phishing attacks found
Check Point Research discovered the vulnerability impacts phones from Samsung, Huawei, LG, and Sony.
Premium headphones driving revenue boom, says Futuresource
Thanks to the trend in premium brands, worldwide headphone revenue is growing four times faster than shipment numbers.
Global smartphone sales continue to decline
“Demand for high-end smartphones has slowed at a greater rate than demand for midrange and low-end smartphones."
Exeed to distribute Samsung NZ's entire line of business products
“This exciting new partnership with Exeed will give customers more flexibility and the ability to include Samsung phones and devices in their business solutions from one IT distributor.”
Samsung and Microsoft partner to deliver unified experience
As mobile-first users make up a larger share of the workforce, the demand for more seamless connectivity will only increase.
Samsung's Note10 will come in two different sizes for the first time ever
It’s that time of year again. Like clockwork, Samsung has announced the latest version of the acclaimed Galaxy Note series, the Note10.
Gartner - 5G will give global smartphone market bump in 2020
This will mean some respite after the Australian market’s massive 2019 decline and help NZ’s see some stability.
IDC finds smartphone shipments up 6.5% from previous quarter
“Although the overall market remains in decline, the performance in the second quarter indicates that demand is starting to pick up as the market begins to stabilise again.”
Record-breaking feat in declining smartphone market
“Its current trajectory would see it displace Samsung by the end of 2019, dealing a major blow to the Korean vendor."
Samsung NZ appoints new B2B channels head
The announcement comes hand-in-hand with Samsung’s refreshed focus on the enterprise sector.
QNAP backup and recovery: Accelerating data availability with Veeam and Flash
QNAP has made numerous efforts to integrate multiple technologies and work with several partners to deliver a total solution for QNAP customers.
A detailed look at the global wearables market
ResearchAndMarkets.com released a new report, providing a comprehensive examination of the state of the wearables market for the next five years.
In brief: A look at Samsung's latest gadgets
Samsung has been busy releasing a bunch of products including smartphones, watches and tablets – here are the latest gadgets you should watch out for.
GlobalData: Automated home device spend to hit $75bn by 2025
According to the company’s latest report, much of that growth will be driven by two types of devices: smart thermostats and smart speakers.
Samsung TVs to bring Kiwis Spark Sport
Samsung Electronics New Zealand has announced its support for the Spark Sport smart TV app, in a move that makes it the first brand to do so.
Smartwatches drive wearables market, up 55%
Ongoing demand fuels a strong growth trajectory for wearable devices in Q1 2019 with wrist-worn and ear-worn leading the market, according to IDC.
Gartner: smartphone sales still suffering
Australia, sales down 10.2% in 1Q19, but New Zealand sales grew slightly by 1.3%.
Adobe Premiere Rush gets optimised for Samsung devices
Samsung says it plans to expand Premiere Rush to more Galaxy devices ‘in the near future’
Samsung first TV manufacturer to integrate Apple TV app
It wouldn’t be unrealistic to think they only talk via lawyers regarding smartphone patent breaches, but Samsung has now made a big announcement.
Samsung left Bixby & SmartThings code wide open to the public
If you’re someone who likes to use apps and platforms with some level of confidence that they’re secure, you may want to take another look at how much you trust big brands like Samsung.
IDC: Apple slips to third behind Huawei in smartphone market
Huawei is now within striking distance of Samsung at the top of the global market.
Samsung ‘Most Trusted’ electronics brand in NZ
Samsung placed 9th overall and received ‘Highly Commended’ nods in the Large Kitchen Appliances and Laundry Appliances categories.