Samsung Reports 5 Million Galaxy Note Shipments In 5 Months

Wednesday, March 28th, 2012
In the portable device front, competition is still very fierce among different manufacturers. Between smartphone and tablet makers, there is always a battle ahead. But in the case of Samsung, it decided to create an in-between device that fall right in the middle of the two popular categories of devices. Dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy Note, it was being commonly called as a “phablet”, a play of words bet

Yelp Now, Facebook Next?

Monday, March 5th, 2012
Well, it seems that tech stocks are still quite in high demand at the stock market. With many tech companies either planning or considering a move to go public, this may just further add fuel to an ever increasing fire. One of the recent beneficiaries of this growing popularity of tech stocks is the local review site Yelp. Yelp has recently gone public and conducted its Initial Public Offering or IPO on the second

Apple iBooks Sold 350,000 In Three Days

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012
The market for digital textbooks is relatively new. While there has been quite a good market for e-books today, the realm of digital textbooks continues to be a niche market. It’s quite interesting why this niche has not explored that extensively. Some businesses may have thought that this is quite a risky task. But one tech giant has again tried its luck on this relatively new realm of online textbooks and

US Video Game Sales Suffer 21 Percent Decline

Monday, January 16th, 2012
Although there were considerably good video game titles released in the last quarter of 2011, sales were not as robust as expected. According to consumer market research firm NPD Group, US video game sales fell down 21 percent in the month of December from a year ago. Consumers bought a total of $3.99 billion worth of video games for December, particularly due to fewer game choices and the absence of new gaming co

Gadget Sales To Reach $1 Trillion In 2012

Monday, January 9th, 2012
It seems that while people may be feeling a bit of a pinch with the economy worldwide is not yet that good, sales of consumer devices seems to be the least affected. People worldwide may still be interested and look out for those new gadgets and devices and probably may be prepared to buy them. It can be quite an interesting bit if data, so much so that even some analysts have estimated that sales of consumer tec

Kodak May Be Preparing For Chapter 11 Filing

Friday, January 6th, 2012
It can be quite a sad moment to see a long standing icon in an industry going on its way down. Kodak may be one of those companies that may shortly be seeing an end to its era. During its heyday, Kodak was considered as the brand synonymous to everything that has got to do with photography and still pictures. The changing economic times as well as technology may have spurred a change of direction that the company

Samsung Still Tops In US Mobile Phone Market

Monday, January 2nd, 2012
There’s a good reason why Apple may be trying to block Samsung devices from being sold in various markets. And it may not just be because of copied design arguments. It may also be in part of trying to limit Samsung from possibly gaining more advantage in terms of market share, especially in the US. But it seems that, for now, Samsung still is dominating the US in terms of mobile phone sales. According to comSco

Amazon Reports Selling Over A Million Kindles Weekly

Friday, December 16th, 2011
The iPad may just have another threat to worry about in the tablet market. Aside from the various Android tablets that pose to dislodge the iPad from its lofty place as the current tablet leader, there are also threats coming from a different source and it may be on its way to establish itself as one of the top tablets going well into the next year. This new iPad threat comes in the form of the new Amazon Kindle.

Apple Still Reigns Over Tablet Market In A Virtual Monopoly

Monday, April 11th, 2011
No matter what people may say about Apple, one thing is certain- it performs quite well in selling its products. The strong point about Apple is that it seems to know the consumers quite well, more than other companies may even know. With this knowledge, they seem to have that edge in trying to market their iDevices and other products, pretty much like how well it popularized the tablet PC market. With the iPad, A

2010: A Mixed Year For Gaming

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010
The year 2010 is about to come to a close and its time to take a look at how the many tech industries fared out during this year. With the effects of the economic slump still being felt, it may be easy to think that not all things tech experienced a banner year. On the side of the video gaming industry, the results were mixed, although the year will end with high hopes ahead for the new year. In the midst of linger