Analyst says Samsung is “tail wagging the dog” as Droid profits creamed
It’s common knowledge Samsung is Android’s biggest player – just this month shipping 10 million of the South Korean giant’s latest ‘S4’ flagship – but just how much does the hardware manufacturer take away from Android?
Dell profits take hit as consumers drop PCs
The market is changing as consumers move towards mobile devices to perform most of their daily tasks; many simply have no need for a PC, and OEM manufacturer Dell is just one company feeling this switch.
Virtual Coins – what will this mean for the payments space?
Forget £, $, €, or the whole host of other international currencies, the new kid on the block is virtual currencies; which live on the web and in our virtual wallets.
Has NFC got a new ticker?
The time has come to see a new standard emerge, making its way up to the masses. The question is whether it will catch or just become the new "MMS".
Kindle Fire turns up heat on competition
Amazon has finally unveiled its new colour tablet, the Kindle Fire, as it prepares to lock horns with a number of industry leaders on various fronts in what is a ferociously competitive market.
The new device, already being touted as a cheaper alternative to Apple’s iPad, will be available to purchase for roughly $300 less than the cheapest Apple equivalent.
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