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Apple's iPad event on Oct. 16 could go a long way toward positioning the tablet more as an enterprise device. If Apple wants more unit shipments and market share, the enterprise is going to be its best option.
WitsView stats reveal Apple iPad has hit its lowest market share at 35.5 percent of global tablet shipments, pushing 14.6 million units in the second quarter, while Samsung's market share climbs to 21.5 percent from 20.2 percent.
After becoming the market leader in South Korea's mirrorless camera market during the last quarter of 2012, Samsung is focusing more resources to win over 25 percent global marketshare by 2015.
Android dominates the global mobile platform in the consumer market. In the enterprise, Apple's iOS gets an iPad boost and leads. Why?
Nokia has unveiled its first two handsets to use Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 platform, the Lumia 820 and 920, with extended navigation, wireless charging and new camera features.
Apple remains on top of the global tablet market share list and holds onto its crown by a massive margin. The iPad maker now has close to 70 percent of the entire market hooked on its tablet.
LG Display tops the global leader board of the top media tablet display suppliers, according to a new report.
Although the iPad 2 gave Apple a boost last quarter, Hewlett-Packard made a mini-comeback in the global PC shipment race.
A gallery of photos comparing the camera quality of the Apple iPad (third-generation) to the Apple iPhone 4s.
The new Apple iPad went on sale today in retail stores around the country to a flood of enthusiasm, singing, chanting and dancing. Nerdcam was there to catch the Apple antics on camera.
I can't wait to see the display on my new iPad, but am a bit disappointed that the front facing camera is only VGA quality. Will there always be just one more thing missing from new mobile products?
Apple has introduced a new model to its successful iPad range, which it calls 'the new iPad', rather than the iPad 3.The device was launched on Wednesday in San Francisco and brings a number of new hardware features, such as a 5-megapixel camera, high-resolution 'retina' display and quad-core graphics processor for an improved gaming experience.
Apple's new iPad boasts an updated new camera, but it's the new version of iPhoto for iOS that really wows in the photo department.
Today Apple announced a new iPad with a retina display, 4G LTE, better camera, and a faster A5X CPU, plus a new Apple TV with 1080p output.
Taiwanese company Proview suing Apple for alleged fraud and unfair competition, and seeking to regain global rights to iPad name, report says.
New leaked photos purporting to be of the iPad 3 claims that it's 1-1.5mm thicker than the iPad 2. Another shot shows a larger camera hole supporting rumors of a high-resolution component.
Apple is still in the lead as iPad shipments are doing pretty well at 57.6 percent, but the global market share gap between iOS and Android is really starting to close.
Samsung has filed for bans on Apple's iPhone 4S smartphone in Japan and Australia, saying it will not back down in its global war with the American company.The Tokyo-based suit also seeks a preliminary injunction against sales of the iPad 2 tablet, according to The Korea Times.
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