Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III, is a hit among consumers, and Samsung expects it to hit cumulative sales of 10 million units this July, according to the firm’s Head of Telecommunication…
Amazon has given confirmation that it will offer the Kindle platform, e-books and tablets/e-readers to Japanese consumers within the year.
Google’s seven-inch Nexus 7 Android tablet targets the entry-level market, and will compete directly against the Amazon Kindle Fire and other sub-$200 devices.
Google shows off Android Jelly Bean at the Google I/O 2012. The latest version promises faster response time, better performance and more intuitive UI.
A judge has ordered Samsung Electronics to halt sales of its Galaxy 10.1 tablet computer while the court considers Apple’s claim that Samsung copied the iPad.
Weeks after launch, the Samsung Galaxy S III has experienced reports of exploding while charging. Samsung is promising to investigate and resolve the incident.
India has unveiled a new version of what is says is the “world’s cheapest tablet computer” – the Aakash 2.
Samsung assures enterprises of security and efficiency with its SAFE initiative, targeted at business users. This will ship on the latest Galaxy S3 smartphone.
Windows Phone 8 shares much of its code with Microsoft Windows 8, making it easier for developers to write programs for different types of devices.
Leading group deals site Groupon will open its first and only “real” shop in Singapore, marking a change in tactics for the Singapore group buying scene.