Smartphone ownership by youths in the South East Asia and Oceania region is among one of the largest globally, and it's expected to contribute to the overall five-fold growth the region will experience by 2019, a study by Ericsson shows.
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The company's nuclear business is declining, but smartphones and tablets are still doing well — and the maker of flash memory chips is seeing the results.
Following the release of the fingerprint sensor-enabled iPhone 5s, more smartphone makers could soon jump on the bandwagon, if Ericsson's predictions prove true.
Samsung is back on track to post record earnings as memory ship sales shore up falling smartphone shipments.
The Galaxy S4 is a fantastic smartphone, but I can't recommend the 16GB version with such limited memory. Samsung is fixing the situation by rolling out an update to allow you to optimize your microSD card use.
Video streaming rates continue to rise as smartphone and tablet adoption increases worldwide.
Sony's new Xperia ZR smartphone comes with a smaller screen and less memory than the flagship Xperia Z, but it can be taken that extra bit deeper under water.
South Korean giant's booming smartphone business leaves its memory chip manufacturing unit lagging behind and it may have to source from other suppliers to cope with demand.
Ericsson is turning up the heat another notch on world's biggest smartphone seller with a plea to the ITC.
Smartphones continue to prove their popularity with the global masses as it is projected to outpace feature phones in memory usage by next year.
Sony has introduced the Xperia P and U Android smartphones, betting on integration with PlayStation and other in-house content as it launches Sony Mobile Communications out of the Sony Ericsson joint venture
Low feature-phone sales, flooding in Thailand and restructuring ahead of the buyout by Sony led the mobile device maker to a massive loss in its final quarter and year as a joint venture
Apple confirms the acquisition of an Israeli flash memory startup reported last year; a deal that could serve as a deadly blow to Samsung's smartphone hardware.
Worldwide smartphone traffic will triple in 2011 and mobile data will grow 10-fold through 2016, according to a new Ericsson report.
The Japanese electronics giant is to pay Sweden's Ericsson £919m for complete control of their 50-50 joint venture for mobile phones and tablets, which it plans to integrate with PlayStation and SEN
Mobile phone manufacturer Sony Ericsson will switch to making only smartphones during 2012, after sales of its feature phones fell during its fiscal third quarter.Company chief executive Bert Nordberg revealed the change in focus in Sony Ericsson's quarterly earning report on Friday.
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Google already promised at the launch of Google Wallet that NFC technology would be coming to more Android handhelds beyond the Nexus S. Sony Ericsson is helping out.
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