Articles tagged with: Smartphone
Denmark-based GN ReSound has developed a new smart hearing aid that is not only practical but can also be immediately worn by anyone suffering from a hearing impairment.
With Apple challenging its domination in China, Samsung is bracing for the weakest growth in its smartphone profits since 2007.
Samsung’s mobile devices business, which accounts for two thirds of the Korean firm’s profit, will come …
Google has agreed to pay US$17 million to 37 states as well as the District of Columbia for secretly tracking web users by setting up special digital files on their smartphones’ web browsers.
A press release …
Pplconnect has launched its private beta for a virtual smartphone platform that can be used anywhere as long as there is an internet connection.
After years of declining sales and failed makeovers as a result of stiff competition from rivals such as Android and Apple, BlackBerry has formed a special committee that will lay out strategic options such as the sale of the company and potential joint ventures.
Americans who own a smartphone are now quickly outnumbering those who do not have one. New research by the Pew Research Center found that over half of people in the US have a smartphone.
Apple’s iPhone 5 has a relatively slower processor speed that is just about half of Samsung Galaxy S4’s, according to a test conducted by consumer watchdog Which?
A recent survey has uncovered some interesting trends regarding tablet and smartphone use. According to the latest Internet and American Life study conducted by the Pew Research Center, smartphones are mostly popular with Americans in …
Samsung and China continue to enjoy a great relationship as the South Korean electronics giant has retained its lead in the Chinese smartphone market for the past five quarters. The company has surpassed its own record by selling over ten million units in just a single quarter.
Now it can be said that Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is the best smartphone. This is the finding of American magazine Consumer Reports following extensive testing and comparisons with other handsets available on the market.
The smartphone market has recently been dominated by Apple and Samsung. Now BlackBerry is hoping to join them at the top with the launch of its Q5, a low-cost, brightly coloured smartphone targeting emerging markets.
Missed calls and numerous unread messages that need replies are just two of the problems encountered when phones are set to silent mode. Even when alert tones are in place, mobile phones still need attention.