The launch of the iPhone 6 and a growing SSD market has significantly boosted Samsung Electronics' NAND flash revenues, a research report has showed.
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Research firms have been hit with phablet euphoria, but it's unclear whether the masses — beyond tech nerds, business travelers and bookworms — are going to go for large-screen smartphones including the iPhone 6. Pockets aren't keeping up with screen sizes.
George Hotz, best known for hacking Sony's PS3 and the iPhone, has been snapped up for Google's vulnerability research team Project Zero.
iPhone 5s owner? Now might be a time to jump to a high-end data plan.
A research firm reports that the iPhone 6 could ship with a 5.5-inch display with 1920 x 1080 resolution, yielding a density of 401 pixels per inch (ppi). It's about time.
Oyster is a promising iOS app (currently in private beta) that allows you to read unlimited ebooks on your iPhone -- from an impressive catalog -- for $9.95 per month. Read more for your chance to get an invite.
According to new research, the iPad and iPhone maker has managed to secure over 50 percent of the American smartphone market, whereas Samsung is still top dog in Europe.
How long would it take a determined attacker to hack into Apple's iPhone 4S from scratch? A Dutch research team uses the Pwn2Own contest to provide the answer.
Australians are more in favour of the iPhone than Android smartphones, according to new research released by Google, which has also found that one in every two Australians now owns some type of smartphone.
In 2011, Samsung became the world's largest manufacturer of smartphones, when it overtook both Apple and Nokia, according to US-based research company HIS iSuppli. However, the success of Apple's iPhone 4S enabled Apple to outsell Samsung in the year's final quarter.
Recent numbers from IDC showed that Samsung was the king of the smartphone market in the third quarter of the year, but Apple's iPhone 4S brought Apple back up to top spot at the end of October through to November, according to research by Worldpanel ComTech Australia.
While some analysts are predicating a fall for Apple with increased competition for iPhone and iPad in the current quarter, Bullish Cross Research said Friday that Apple will deliver "mother of all earnings blowouts."
Whether you were impressed by the iPhone 4S, or were disappointed that it doesn't have a 5 in its name, there's no question that it will continue the disruption of telcos' mobile data business models. But with research suggesting that running a mobile network could become unprofitable within three years, can carriers change their ways before the iPhone and its ilk chew up our airwaves like locusts buzzing the plains?
Research In Motion (RIM) has announced plans at BlackBerry World 2011 for a multiplatform upgrade to BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) that will allow it to also support and manage iPhone, iPad and Android smartphones and tablets.
The AT&T iPhone 4 drops more calls than Verizon Wireless' version, according to Changewave Research. And you know what? Dropped calls just don't matter. Apple customers love their iPhone 4 device carrier be damned.
Scientists have confirmed the 'death grip' issue that afflicts Apple's iPhone 4 and some other smartphones, but they have also pointed out that trying to solve the problem with plastic cases will not make much difference.According to researchers at the University of Bristol's Centre for Communications Research (CCR), their study demonstrated how signal levels change due to obstruction, position and motion.
A German research firm has demonstrated how passwords stored on an iPhone can be retrieved in less than six minutes without needing to know the passcode.Researchers from German engineering and research firm Fraunhofer tested the hack on an iPhone 4 and iPad 3G running iOS 4.
Apple delivered a blowout first quarter and shed some light on how the iPhone and iPad are quickly becoming entrenched in the enterprise. That corporate momentum means bad news for the likes of Research in Motion as well as a bevy of Android competitors.
A security research firm has discovered several security problems with PayPal's iPhone app, warning that hackers can use man-in-the-middle attacks to steal sensitive user data.
I just downloaded a free new iPhone application, called CreekWatch, that will let me take a more active role in reporting on the health of watersheds and reservoirs that I see both near my home and when I'm on the road.The application, which was developed by IBM and is running on an IBM research lab server, is an example of Citizen Science and using crowdsourcing technology for green purposes.
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