New Players, Markets Drive Smartphone Sales
In the third quarter of 2014, smartphones accounted for 66 percent of the total mobile phone market.
Smart Wearables To Become Style Statement By 2017
Technology : Business Intelligence
Obtrusive wearables already on the market, like smart glasses, are likely to develop new designs that disguise their techcomponents completely.
50% To Use Mobile Devices To Go Online By 2018
Mobile devices are increasingly becoming the first go-to device for communications and content consumption, according to Gartner.
Is Android Dead? Long Live Android
By 2018, 80 percent of all smartphones shipped worldwide will run Android despite threats from its competitors.
Difficult Task For Phone Makers: Deciding Screen Size
Technology : Hardware & Software
With 6% contribution in the overall smartphone market, phablets are observed to be hitting a plateau.
Mobile Data Roaming Revenue To Soar in 5 Years
Increasing penetration of smartphones and SIM-enabled tablets will be the growth drivers, says an recent Ovum report.
Android One Can't Afford To Ignore Offline Stores
Android One, which is facing a tough competition from Motorola and Xiaomi, certainly needs a rethink in its selling model.
Desktop virtualization Is Changing The Banking Scenario
Category : Columns
Technology : Virtualization
Desktop Virtualization solutions can help the banks to achieve business objectives of growth and sustainability.
Can Xiaomi’s India Data Center Solve The ‘Trust’ Issue?
Xiaomi’s privacy controversy had come at a time when the company was just establishing itself in the Indian mobile market.
Cheaper Smartphones, Phablets Hurt Tablet Sales
In the tablets segment, the downward trend stems from the slowdown in basic ultramobiles — new sales of iPads and Android tablets.