Worldwide, Samsung's market share drops from 32.5 percent in 2013 to 28 percent in 2014, while competitors, like Apple, maintain or gain ground.
While Samsung says the Note is still important, the marketing for its features is getting lost in the shuffle.
Although this story correctly cited the retail price ($499) and the manufacturing cost ($471) of the Xbox One, it inadvertently misstated the relationship between those dollar values. The manufacturing cost is, of course, $28 lower than the retail price.
The smartphone project was aiming for $32 million, but raised just $12.8 million -- still the most money ever pledge on Indiegogo. Backers say there's still a bright future for Ubuntu phones.
Marketplace Fairness Act, which would allow states to levy taxes on Internet purchases, now moves on to the House of Representatives for consideration.
Apple's wholesale introduction of new products leads the company to project lower earnings per share for the holiday quarter.
The company must now make public certain information used in its U.S. patent battle against Samsung.
A teardown of Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 by IHS finds that Samsung could turn a pretty penny -- if it resists a bad habit nagging most manufacturers.
The company posts gross margins of between 49 percent and 58 percent on U.S. iPhone sales, compared to 23 percent to 32 percent for its iPad, according to a court filing.
Analysts estimate that Google's first branded tablet will generate very little income per device. What will make the tablet a profitable venture?