E-Book's Aren't Dying; Smartphones Now Dominate E-Book Sales
by CXOtoday News Desk    Sep 04, 2017
Category : Research
Technology : Web Technologies
India is expected to witness a huge growth due to rising adoption of smartphones and other digital reading platforms such as Adobe eBook platform and Kindle.
Poor sales forces Microsoft to cut tablet price
by CXOtoday News Desk    Jul 16, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
IDC reports that Microsoft sold just 90,000 units in the first quarter. Surface RT now available for $349 in the US.
iPad to fall behind Android as tablet war grows
by Reuters    Mar 13, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
Research house IDC predicates that Google's Android will overtake Apple Inc's iPad sales for the first time this year.
As global consumers shop mobile, Apple outshines rivals
by Reuters    Dec 13, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
iPhones still a favourite with consumers: study
Apple sells 3 million iPads over first weekend
by Reuters    Nov 05, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Apple is still maintaining its industry leading margins with the smaller tablet
E-readers grapple with a future on the shelf
by Reuters    Oct 29, 2012
Technology : Hardware & Software
E-readers initially benefited from their reflective displays, but with the success of Apple's iPad, improved backlit displays, the e-reader has become a transitional technology
Microsoft highlights Surface at Windows 8 launch
by Reuters    Oct 26, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
Windows 8 represents the biggest change in Microsoft's user interface since Windows 95 came out 17 years ago.
iPad mini won't upset low-end market
by Reuters    Oct 25, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Instead the device is likely to cannibalize iPad and iPod Touch sales
Apple unwraps mini-iPad to take on Amazon, Google
by Reuters    Oct 24, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
The 7.9 inch "iPad mini" marks the iPhone-maker's first foray into the smaller-tablet segment.
From smart to genius: will design define future gadgets?
by Reuters    Aug 31, 2012
If there is going to be a change in what a phone looks like, Google needs to be the one to change.
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