Imagine a situation when you need to inform your children that huge thunderstorms are approaching where they play, but you cannot reach out because the cellular networks are down. This is quite common in emerging countries where cellular networks are congested and connectivity is limited. Due to exceptional growth of data – double the rate […]Read more "This App Can Send Emergency Weather Alerts Without Cellular Network"
I would love to argue with those who disagree that the mobile devices segment is always dominated by news and rumors surrounding Apple and Samsung. Consider this: Apple will most probably launch the tenth-anniversary model of its flagship smartphone, widely-expected to be called the “iPhone 8”, in the fall. But speculations about the device’s features […]Read more "Apple iPhone 8 Could Cost Over $1,000; 6 Features That Justify The Rumored Price Tag"
The year 2016 brought some tough time to the top two smartphone vendors in the world – Apple and Samsung. While it marked the first full year of declining shipments for the iPhone, Samsung suffered for its recent missteps – the Galaxy Note 7 recall – which helped Apple capitalize on the situation and dethrone […]Read more "iPhone 7 Helped Apple Top Samsung In Global Smartphone Market In Q4"
Samsung was under tremendous pressure to find what went wrong with the Galaxy Note 7. Being one of the most trusted brands in the world, the South Korean conglomerate did owe answers to its customers who have helped the company maintain its lead over its rivals in the worldwide smartphone market. Recalling a product is […]Read more "Samsung: Poor Battery Welding Killed Galaxy Note 7; Here’re 4 Takeaways"
It was a bad year for Samsung. The South Korean tech giant, which has been struggling with sluggish growth of its mobile business in recent quarters, was just gaining some momentum with the success of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge when the Galaxy Note 7 debacle doomed the company. Just a few weeks after […]Read more "GALAXY NOTE 7 CRISIS: HOW WILL SAMSUNG WIN BACK CONSUMERS’ TRUST?"
The so-called smartphone war between Samsung and Apple is a never-ending combat. The South Korean tech giant has trounced the iPhone maker in terms of global smartphone market share, but the company still seems to be looking for its perfect voice assistant (S Voice apparently failed to deliver) which can rival Apple’s Siri. In its […]Read more "Samsung Galaxy S8 May Feature New ‘Bixby’ Voice Assistant"