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.
Everything Everywhere (EE) will initially launch its range of 4G products and services in ten major cities, before extending the service to other parts of the UK but is it worth the extra cash?
So after five solid years as a dedicated iPhone user, and an avid Apple fan in general, I decided to take the plunge and get my hands on a shiny new Galaxy Note II from Samsung. Was it worth the leap? Let’s take a look at some of it’s features that won me over.
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.
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?
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!
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?
Apple boss Tim Cook took to the stage last night to announce a slew of new products including the much-rumoured iPad mini and even a brand-new 4th generation iPad as well as refreshes to the iMac, Macbook Pro and Mc Mini ranges.
The Ascend Mate from Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has an impressive line up of rumoured specs that threaten to challenge the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Here’s what we know so far…
As you may know, next-generation phone networks are on their way to the UK. These are called 4G networks as opposed to the 3G ones we have now. But when can you expect to be on a 4G network? We’ve got the answers.