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Smartphone shipments surges phone market growth
Smartphones will represent virtually all of the mobile phone market in many of the world's most developed economies by the end of 2017....
Will you own a smart watch by 2018?
Recent research suggests at least 36 million of us will...
Apple Watch out… Samsung's Galaxy Gear is here
South Korean company will launch its smart watch as early as next week, beating Apple's iWatch to market in the process.
Samsung NZ releases new Windows 8 line-up
New line-up includes ATIV Book 9 Plus, Book 9 Lite and Book 9 Lite Touch and a new all-in-one PC, the ATIV One 5 Style.
Zuckerberg issues five billion friend requests
In an audacious effort to unite the world online, Facebook founder launches internet.org, designed to expand global internet access.
Samsung and Apple’s channel dominance crushes smartphone vendors
Tough times are ahead for smartphone vendors, as the balance of power remains with Samsung/Android and Apple.
Samsung leads the pack as smartphone sales keep rising
Worldwide smartphone sales to end users reached 225 million units, up 46.5% from the second quarter of 2012.
Android and Windows grow as iOS slows…
Apple vs. Android. Nothing new here you may think. But throw Microsoft and Windows Phone into the mix and we now have the basis for a competitive operating system market.
Tablet shipments slow as vendors await Apple's iPad show…
A new iPad launch always piques consumer interest in the tablet category and traditionally that has helped both Apple and its competitors. But with no new Apple products, the market slowed for many vendors.
"Oh hell Samsung, shame on you!"
Replace shamed American cyclist Lance Armstrong with Samsung, swap the banned drug EPO with GPU and bang - we have a controversy...
Obama says "No We Can't" to Apple ban
US President adopts a "No We Can't" policy to Samsung plans to stop iPhone 4 and iPad 2 sales, siding with Apple by lifting the ban.
Hey Samsung, leave our Apple alone
Intel, Microsoft and Oracle come to the aid of Apple after plans to ban iPhone 4 sales following Samsung fallout.
Samsung record profits fail to appease investors
South Korean firm posted a US$8.5bn profit during Q2 but the figures fell short of investor expectations.
Samsung beats Apple in 'Internet War'
Samsung overtakes Apple to claim number one spot globally for first time in terms of internet usage.
Samsung scores Fortune 500 win over Apple
South Korean company named the world's 14th largest in terms of revenue, beating fierce rival Apple by five places.
Exploding Samsung S3 sizzles Swiss girl
Any idea what cochon brûlé means? It is "burnt pig" in French - and the smell of a Samsung S3 user after her phone blew up in her pocket.
Samsung buys Boxee, but what about D-Link?
Electronics giant buys media and entertainment start-up firm and shuts down its cloud DVR service, potentially leaving current hardware maker D-Link out in the cold.
In another galaxy? Samsung S4 hits 20m mark
South Korean press report that sales of Samsung's flagship smartphone has exceeded the 20 million mark - should Apple be wary?
Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0
Samsung has definitely made a mark in the smartphone market, with the launch of their Samsung S4 taking off earlier this year.
Samsung seeks alternative US Apple approach
With dwindling sales across America, Samsung's struggle to gain traction in the US tablet market has led to a change of approach from the South Korean company.
Huawei slams "weak" Windows Phone
As Chinese company considers buying Nokia, smartphone manufacturer dismisses Microsoft's Windows Phone platform as "weak."
Samsung schedules Android and Windows event
South Korean giant sets June 20 date, as press speculate on new devices launch ten days after Apple conference.
Appetite for Apple waning as Kiwis favour Samsung
Companies continue rivalry in New Zealand, with Apple's manufacturer share decreasing in the country for the first time.
Microsoft advert mocks rival fanboys
Light-hearted commercial pokes fun at Apple and Samsung diehards, insisting 'Don't fight. Switch."