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Now Sony and Samsung wants to track your life too...
"Provided these new devices get their price points right, it could dominate sales this year, especially the Gear Fit."
Samsung tries again with smart watches...
"Having updated its smartwatch range less than six months after launching it, Samsung has learnt the hard way that it needs to offer more than just a second screen to appeal to customers."
Samsung inches forward with Galaxy S5 update
"The challenge for Samsung will be to convince existing users to upgrade to a handset that offers little more than its predecessor or to attract new buyers while its predecessor remain in market."
Introducing the Samsung Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo...
Samsung has this morning introduced the Samsung Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo "designed to take the freedom, convenience and style of wearable technology to the next level."
Samsung Gear Fit - The world's first curved wearable device
Samsung has this morning introduced the Samsung Gear Fit, the industry’s first curved, Super AMOLED wearable device for the active consumer.
Microsoft ramps up Windows Phone commitment with new partners
"While certainly pragmatic, the Nokia X strategy must have been a hard one for the traditionally proud Microsoft to swallow."
Should Kiwis buy Apple's iPad Air...?
Apple’s iPad Air has charged to the top of the tablet review table in New Zealand, beating 27 other devices in a recent report compiled by Consumer NZ.
Inside the "water resistant" Samsung Galaxy S5…
Fresh from unveiling the eagerly anticipated Galaxy S5 to the world this morning, Samsung says its latest flagship smartphone "offers consumers a refined experience with innovation of essential features for day-to-day use."
Samsung unveils Galaxy S5...
Samsung has this morning revealed the fifth generation of the Galaxy S series, the Galaxy S5, "designed for what matters most to consumers."
The brains behind the Samsung Galaxy S5...
"When it came time to develop the new Galaxy S5, we decided it would help us to understand exactly what features our customers want, need and use the most."
Defiant Microsoft kickstarts Windows Phone growth…
"The mobile market will continue to grow, the opportunities will continue to grow. We are not going anywhere."
Is this the new Samsung Galaxy S5...?
As Techday, along with the rest of the world, awaits developments from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, is this the Samsung Galaxy S5...?!
Samsung Galaxy S5 - What to expect…
Undoubtedly the most awaited launch of the year so far, what should we expect from the Samsung Galaxy S5?
Samsung dominates smartphone-focused market
Worldwide sales of smartphones accounted for 53.6 percent of overall mobile phone sales in 2013, exceeding annual sales of feature phones for the first time.
'Little evidence' that smartphone use causes cancer
Apparently there is "little evidence that moderate mobile phone use is associated with any cancer in the head and neck region" states a new report by the European Commission.
Is Samsung demanding an Apple-free Olympics?
In being the official Olympic sponsor, rumours are rife that the South Korean giant has issued a blanket ban on all Apple related products through out the games.
NZ Olympians 'Get Smart' with Samsung technology
Samsung will provide New Zealand Olympic Winter athletes Jossi Wells and Anna Willcox with Smart Beanies and Galaxy Note 3 smartphones to share their Olympic experiences with Kiwis across the globe.
Are Samsung and Google friends again?
The debate about the implications of Google’s purchase and subsequent sale of Motorola goes on after
Samsung dominates smartphone market as Apple smashes iPhone records
Samsung has once again dominated the global smartphone market, accounting for almost one in three of the 980 million devices shipped worldwide during 2013.
Apple ahead of the tablet game as Samsung trails
"We expect commercial purchases of tablets to continue to accelerate in mature markets, but softness in the consumer segment point to a more challenging environment for tablets in 2014 and beyond."
Samsung dominates record-breaking smartphone market
"The sheer volume and strong growth attest to the smartphone's continued popularity in 2013."
Window of opportunity as Phablet shipments set to smash 120m mark?
The Phablet, once perceived to have limited potential, will ship over 120 million units by 2018, with the OS market dominated by two major players, Android and Windows.
Samsung beats Apple to semiconductor top spot...
"This increase clearly shows how fast the presence of these two companies has expanded over the last three years and why their decisions have technology and pricing implications for the whole semiconductor industry."
Review: Wacom Intuos Pro Medium
I was excited to have a go with the Wacom Pro graphics tablet. I'd had a small version when I used to work in photo editing and I wanted to see the progression they'd made. Using tablets made my creativity so much easier to transfer to the image. Did it deliver?