Strategy Analytics placed Apple atop the heap as the top mobile phone vendor in the U.S.
While some critics are declaring Apple in trouble, it’s helpful to remember that the company has survived “train wrecks” before.
Scuttlebutt about Apple cutting its iPhone components orders has led to a plunge in the company’s stock price.
Samsung, Hewlett-Packard and other manufacturers seem reluctant to embrace Windows RT at the moment.
If Intel, Cisco, HP and other vendors don’t develop proprietary chip architectures within the next few years, they could face trouble.
Samsung showed off some flexible screens for mobile devices at this year’s CES. They’re not the first firm to toy with that tech.
The Consumer Electronics Show, kicking off this week, finds itself at a crossroads.
Nvelo’s software takes “hot” data and stores it on an SSD. Does Samsung have plans to use it in the data center?
I’ve been drooling over Samsung’s Galaxy S III smartphone ever since my last contract was up a few months ago. …
Samsung is swallowing up much of the Android market for itself.