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Samsung smartphones dominate global market, but margin narrows

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.

By January 20, 2015


Chinese handsets account for almost 40 percent of global shipments

Shipments of Chinese handsets for 2014 have totalled over 450 million, accounting for nearly 40 percent of the global total, set to exceed 50 percent by 2016.

By December 3, 2014


iPhone 6 screen won't be made of sapphire, analysts claim

Low production yields of the tough but pricey material means it won't surface on the next iPhone in time for a September launch, Trendforce analysts conclude.

By July 29, 2014


Apple's worst-kept secret: Bigger iPhones in 2014

Apple's engineers have had enough time to figure out how to eliminate the unwanted trade-offs in having a larger screen, and there's plenty of market demand to go bigger.

By September 7, 2013


Apple iPad Mini: The ultimate rumor roundup

A smaller version of the iPad is coming, you say? What is this, 2009? No, really -- we've heard this before.

By August 28, 2012


Microsoft aims to make iPad an underdog with Windows 8

Supposedly, Redmond intends to push iPad market share below 50 percent, according to the often-wrong Digitimes. The same report says Microsoft expects 32 Windows 8-based tablets this year.

By April 18, 2012


iPad's share of tablet market to dip to 62 percent this year

The iPad will maintain its lead, though its share will drop because of competition from Android devices, estimates research firm TrendForce.

By February 22, 2012


iPad 3 rumor roundup

CNET tracks all the Apple iPad 3 rumors -- from the likely to the crazy -- that we've heard so far.

By March 6, 2012


Smaller iPad in 'testing stage,' says research firm

An Apple tablet with a smaller display is undergoing tests, says a Taipei-based market researcher, which also released a 2012 tablet market forecast.

By February 22, 2012


CEO Appleton reflected Micron's high-risk business

The death of Micron Technology's CEO during a solo flight in a hard-to-handle aircraft symbolizes the risky memory chip market that is the company's bread and butter.

By February 4, 2012