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.
As the clocks go back this weekend, here are six 10-minute technology tasks you can do with your extra hour rather than spend it in bed from updating your security software to checking out the benefits of Windows 8.
Ahead of the Nintendo Wii U UK launch, company president Satoru Iwata has already warned about the possibility of shortages in 2012 which isnt good news for the company pinning allot on the success of the Wii U.
Reports have suggested recently that a flexible Super AMOLED display will make an appearance in Samsung’s next flagship smartphone the Galaxy S4 but is there any truth to the rumours?
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.
Amazon’s much anticipated 7-inch Kindle Fire has finally touched down on British shores, alongside the Kindle Fire HD but can they be a success with stiff competition from Google and Apple?
Leaked images of the so-called Samsung Galaxy Premier, a model that bears more than a passing resemblance to the Samsung Galaxy S3, have started doing the rounds. Here’s what we know so far!
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?
Apple’s latest event gave us not 1 but 5 new products including the arrival of the iPad 4 which seems to have upset some vocal iPad 3 owners, but are they right to complain?
Nikon has revealed its replacement for the V1, in the shape of the V2 which includes “second generation Nikon 1 technology”. Here’s what you need to know about Nikon’s latest mirrorless camera, the Nikon 1 V2.