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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.
Who's losing all their staff? BlackBerry's CEO is...
Trio of top BlackBerry executives are leaving the company following CEO Thorsten Heins' admission that employee cuts were inevitable.
Younger NZ mobile users more likely to switch
Almost one in every five 18 to 24 year old Kiwi mobile phone users switched service providers in the past year - a rate 50% above the New Zealand norm.
Google: Businesses can benefit from mobile Kiwis
Search engine claims every second New Zealander now owns a smartphone as Kiwis become more mobile than ever before, but warns smart advertisers need to follow their lead.
What makes Kiwis click?
As mobile devices drive internet shopping across New Zealand, why are Kiwis heading online?
Sex vs. Smartphones... The battle for bedroom supremacy
From the shower to the sack try full blown texting while having sex as 10% of us remain unwilling to part with our smartphone, even in the bedroom.
Samsung beats Apple in 'Internet War'
Samsung overtakes Apple to claim number one spot globally for first time in terms of internet usage.
Are you in the mood for a Microsoft smartphone?
Dubbed "MoodScope", Microsoft trials first-of-its-kind software which determines a user's mood based on how they use a smartphone.
Is BlackBerry finished?
Selling as many new models in three months as Apple does iPhones in a week, many believe time is running out for the embattled BlackBerry.
Tablets and mobiles grow, but PC? Not so
Worldwide devices are projected to reach 2.35 billion units in 2013, driven by sales in tablets, smartphones despite PC shipments hitting the skids.
Lenovo touts smartphone partners
Chinese tech company "in preliminary talks with 'multiple parties' about a possible joint venture in smartphones."
Smartphones set for "watershed" year
Smartphone shipments are expected to grow 32.7% year over year during 2013, closing in on one billion units.
What's your ideal smartphone screen size?
Existing smartphone owners are seeking displays larger than current devices, but what's your preference?
Samsung smartphones dominate Android market
A whopping 95% of all Android smartphone profits captured by Samsung as company dominates the worldwide market during Q1.
Wellington goes wild for smartphones
Hands up who remembers old-school rotary-dial telephones? It seems they’re fast becoming a distant memory for most Kiwis.
Asia/Pacific leads mobile phone sales
Sales of mobile phones in all regions decline, except for growth across Asia/Pacific.
Power to Android as Apple's sales slow
Google's operating system powers 59% of smartphones, tablets and notebooks, as industry analysts say Apple's iPhone needs a "refresh."
Kiwis shop smart…with their mobiles
When it comes to mobile shopping and making payments from their mobile, Kiwis are amongst the best in the world.
Smart choice as Kiwis favour smartphones?
Almost 50% of New Zealanders now own a smartphone, with nearly a third choosing the device over any other tech gadget - are you one of them?
Cha-ching in China for Samsung
South Korean company claims top smartphone spot in the world's largest market, shifting 30.06m products in the process.
Freezing hell, Androids are under attack
Thinking of sending a text? Hold the phone, literally. Oh wait, it's 28 degrees outside, you should be safe.
The world awaits…Samsung's Galaxy S4
Only seven days separates the world from the new Galaxy S4, but as the clock ticks down on Samsung's new smartphone release - what can we expect?
Ballsy Brin brands smartphones & emasculating
Unwise Google co-founder Sergey Brin shoots himself square in the foot with the most masculine shotgun known to man.
UPDATED: Company gadgets…if it moves, TAX IT
It might just be time to bust out the old log book in the company car and start making entries for your smartphone.