BOSTON Linda Sui Neil Mawston, Executive Director at Strategy Analytics, added, "Samsung shipped 79.0 million smartphones worldwide in Q1 2016, dipping 4 percent annually from 82.7 million units in Q1 2015. Samsung maintained first position with ... ProfitQuotes.com, 1 month ago
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From the section Technology Image copyright Xiaomi Image caption Xiaomi plans to sell two different versions of the Mi Drone Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has announced its first drone, pricing it significantly lower than a comparable ...BBC, 3 days ago
Microsoft has as good as admitted defeat in the mobile market. The axing of another , coming after the $7.6bn write-off last year, is the final nail in the coffin in the firm's attempt to have any serious share of the smartphone market. The move ...V3.co.uk, 3 days ago
Samsung has struck a partnership with Alipay, China's biggest payments service that is run by Alibaba affiliate Ant Financial, as Samsung looks to expand its footprint in the world's second-largest economy. Currently Alipay is a separate app on ...CNBC, 1 week ago
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One-third of phones worldwide are now sold SIM-free, Gartner reports today in its latest quarterly smartphone market numbers. The move to SIM-free online sales has benefited Chinese upstarts and left former favourites like Sony and HTC in the dust, ...The Register, 1 week ago
By Newley Purnell and Daisuke Wakabayashi NEW DELHI--To reignite its growth, Apple Inc. is looking to India to be its next China. But the formula that worked so well in China won't be easy to duplicate. Chief Executive Tim Cook is visiting India ...4 Traders, 1 week ago Apple looks to India for growth MSN News US, 1 week ago
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Trip Chowdhry thinks the Apple Watch poses a serious threat to Fitbit, but the two can live in peace View All Popular Posts: Recent Posts: Fitbit Inc (FIT) stock was hammered following the company's first quarter results last week, and it ...InvestorPlace.com, 2 weeks ago
The global smartphone market has stopped defying gravity. After almost a decade of turbocharged sales, the $423 billion industry can no longer count on consumers to robotically upgrade their handsets, putting at risk the fat margins and steady revenue growth ...The Financial Chronicle, 3 weeks ago Are phones doomed like PCs? The Press NZ, 3 weeks ago Are smartphones doomed to the same fate as PCs? Moneyweb, 3 weeks ago Are smartphones doomed to same fate as personal computers? Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago
Bloomberg has shared an extensive analysis of the end of the smartphone growth era. Under the headline Are Smartphones Doomed to the Same Fate as Personal Computers?, the study warns that, with consumers upgrading smartphones less often and ...TeleRead, 3 weeks ago
Apple CEO Tim Cook still sees great potential in the Chinese market despite a drop in its revenue from the country in the first quarter. In an interview to Jim Cramer of CNBC's Mad Money program, Cook said Monday that the middle class in China is ...Tech World Australia, 3 weeks ago China's booming middle class bodes well for Apple, says Tim Cook Macworld, 3 weeks ago
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