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Global smartphone sales dove at a record rate. However, Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone sales held steady as the U.S. company added market share. Research firm IDC reported a year over year drop...
According to network monitoring firm OpenSignal, the smartphones with the fasted download speeds in the U.S. are made by Samsung. Where does Apple fit in?
Smartphones have fueled the growth in consumer electronics sales for nearly a decade. Continuing a recent trend, smartphone sales have continued to fall.
After an army of reviewers criticized the new Samsung Fold for defects, the company has announced it will delay the release of the ultra-expensive smartphone.
Some experts say that the Samsung Galaxy Fold has problems almost immediately out of the box. If the problems continue, will they undermine sales of a product that should be the start of a revolution...
All four major U.S. mobile wireless carriers are posting speeds of more than 25 megabits per second, the lower limit to meet the definition of a broadband network.
After years of growth, smartphone sales have started to slow worldwide. This means production will drop sharply in the first quarter of 2019, bad news for Apple and other companies.
Tesla names new board chair, Samsung unveils foldable smartphone, Ford buys electric scooter startup, and other important business headlines.
Global smartphone shipments dropped more than 8% year over year in the third quarter. One China-based maker is making big gains while perennial leaders are just hanging on.
Elon Musk changes much of the management team at SpaceX, Airbus will be late in delivering some of its planes, and other important business headlines.
The SEC files charges against Tesla CEO Elon Musk, J.C. Penney’s chief financial officer to resign, Netflix to double its investments in France, and other important business headlines.
Chinese smartphone manufacturers may elbow into some of the world's largest markets. However, that does not mean they will make money. Apple owns profitability across the industry.
A rumored buyout boosts shares of newspaper company Tronc, Samsung unveils a new smartphone, the housing market starts to falter, and other important business headlines.
Microsoft has elected to move into the low-priced tablet market in a move against Apple and others.
United Continental has a new board chair, Apple wins a huge judgment against Samsung, the value of corporate mergers soars this year, and other important headlines.