Apple vs. Samsung
The initial sales of the Galaxy S4 have proven to be successful for Samsung.
The sales of overall mobile phones declined in most of the world, but not by enough to damper Samsung and Android during the first quarter of 2013.
Apple earned a small victory ahead of its second patent infringement trial against Samsung as a U.S. judge ruled Google must submit details regarding its Android mobile operating system.
A leading company in providing LCD panels has allegedly dropped Apple ahead of iPhone 5S production.
Apple's patent infringement trial might have reached a point many have been expecting: the inclusion of Google's Android operating system.
Microsoft might have earned themselves a winner with their latest Nokia Lumia 920 ‘Switch’ commercial.
The first quarter of 2013 shows mixed numbers for Apple in both smartphone and mobile operating system market shares.
A Windows Phone YouTube video showing a wedding gone badly is going viral.
Even after the launches of the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5, it is the iPhone 4 that leads in advertising shares.
It may not have the same sales figures as Apple or Samsung, but Nokia is topping customer satisfaction survey among most major U.S. carriers.
When it comes to advertising on the tablet, Apple trounces its competition.
As companies continue to reveal their first quarter earnings, data regarding the global smartphone market is also showing mixed results for two top organizations.
Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-Hee has returned to South Korea and there could be important updates coming soon.
A judge has found Samsung Electronics Co. guilty of infringing a text-selection feature seen on Apple devices.
In the latest filing, Samsung is aware of the risks of another patent infringement trial with billions of dollars on the line.