According to research, Apple iPhone users are now less likely to buy a handset from Apple than they were when the smartphone first debuted in 2007 thanks to the Android army making their mark in the smartphone market.
Despite the fact that Hurricane Sandy put paid to Google’s Android event in New York yesterday, the tech giant forged ahead with its new range of Nexus devices which included the Nexus 10 tablet, Nexus 4 smartphone and upgraded Nexus 7 budget tab.
Helped by popular handsets like the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note, Samsung shipped 55.5 million smartphones in the third quarter, compared to Apple’s 26.9 million.
Not all versions of the Apple iPad Mini and iPad 4 are expected to start deliveries on 2 November delivery date. Here’s a breakdown of what’s available and when you’ll be able to get your hands on a shiny new iPad.
The eyes of the tech world are turning to Microsoft as it gets ready to launch Windows 8 this week but will it be the runaway success that Microsoft needs to compete with Android and iOS?
Samsung and LG are attempting to give Apple a run for its money, with reports hinting that both firms will launch smartphones boasting 1080p resolutions in 2013. But is there a market for it?
Nokia has announced that it is adding another smartphone to its Lumia range, with the new entry-level Nokia Lumia 510 running on Windows 7.5 but will it be any good and what exactly does it offer?
Tech giant Acer has announced that it will be joining companies such as Lenovo and HTC in launching Windows 8 devices but will these new Windows 8 tablets be a hit or a miss for Microsoft?
iPhone users have another bone to pick with iOS 6, after saying that their data usage levels have gone up, sending their mobile bills sky-high. Here’s the news on Apple’s latest iOS 6 headache.
Google have sent out the press invitations for an ‘Android event’ in New York, with some speculating that the event will showcase the next Google Nexus handset as well as Android 4.2, ‘Key Lime Pie’.