The Chinese vendor is eyeing 4G products to boost sales in 2014, leading with its latest phablet with features such as reverse charging, 2-day battery life and even a range of selfie-inspired specifications.
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Apple seems to be planning to model its iPhone sales model after what it did with the iPod. That move could be a boon for emerging market growth.
The retailing giant asks, Why wait until Black Friday to start holiday shopping? You can pick up a Windows 8 laptop for just $299.99 right now.
Sales of MP3 players are dwindling due to the popularity of smartphones and tablets, but offering tailored features and more digital content will keep such personal media players from going extinct.
A jazzy new interface and a CRM-like Lead Centre are the main new features in QuickBooks 2013. Existing users may struggle to justify the upgrade, but there's a lot in the product already and this refresh certainly won't do sales any harm.
The reaction of tech pundits to the iPhone 5 ranged from "evolutionary" to "disappointing". The record-breaking sales in the first 24 hours proves once again that features, not hardware specs matter to most buyers.
It seems that Apple likes to have fun modifying the iPod nano and changes the form factor, colors, and features of this line more than we see on the iPod touch or iPhone.
The new iPhone is almost a given, but what about a new Apple TV, Siri TV, better photo sharing, iPod touch, iPod nano with watch features, and an iPad mini?
Both Nokia and Microsoft's Windows Phone platform are having a hard time gaining traction in the face of iOS and Android. Will innovative features like wireless charging be enough to give Nokia a sales boost? Probably not.
If you still think functions and features are the only way to sell technology, think again. With so many buyers doing their own Internet-based homework, buyers are defining the way you must sell. Hear Mark Galloway of OppSource and his perspective on the changing technology sales world.
Could there be more iPhones under the Christmas tree this year than iPods?
Taking cues from the iPhone 4S, the iPod family will only see new features for the nano, a new color for the touch, and new prices for all.
At Apple's headquarters, Apple's senior vice president of marketing, Philip Schiller, unveils new iPod Nano features, including a new multitouch icon screen, new sensors for runners, and the ability to wear the device as a watch. The Nano comes in 7 colors, in an 8GB version for $129 and a 16GB version for $149.
The Chinese handset maker sees revenue jump but profit growth fall as it shifts its focus from feature phones to own-brand smartphones and continues a push to expand sales in Europe
The Finnish handset maker plummets to a loss in the second quarter as plunging smartphone sales reflect a struggle to keep up with iPhone and Android
Apple adds new camera and photo features to the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch in the newly announced iOS 5.
AppleInsider's discovery of the 2009 patent application for the iPod nano reveals a camera, touchscreen, mic and even games.
I could care less about having a camera on the iPod nano. There are at least five features that need to come before a camera in the seventh-generation nano.
Apple's iOS 4.2 is now available for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The most notable features include multitasking, unified inbox and AirPrint, a Wi-Fi printing architecture.
Even with form-factor optimized software and a strong supply chain of commoditized components, Android can't manage to put a dent in Apple's iPod media player device sales.
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