Google Ara Project Aims To Develop Modular Smartphones

Saturday, March 7th, 2015
 
Google is trying to spread its wings to more than just its popular “bread and butter” in online search. It has delved into other projects such as the Android mobile OS platform that has become the main competitor of iOS devices for attention among mobile users. It seems that the online search giant is trying to stretch its influence further. It is tackling a new project to create modular mobile phones a
 

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
 

Android Snags 40 Percent Of US Smartphone Users

Friday, September 2nd, 2011
 
With smartphone getting more and more popular nowadays, it is no wonder that it is one of the rising market segments in the mobile phone sector in the US. It seems that basic feature phones are slowly being overtaken by smartphones in terms of appeal. According to new information from Nielsen, there are now 40 percent of mobile users in the US who own smartphones. New data furnished by Nielsen indicate that 40 per
 

Android Top Mobile OS, Apple Top Smartphone Maker In US

Friday, July 29th, 2011
 
The mobile market may be considered as one of the most competitive markets today. Competition is tight between many smartphone and tablet makers today. And currently, it seems that Android and Apple rules the US market, according to Nielsen. Nielsen recently came out with a report highlighting the US mobile phone market. It indicated that the Google Android is the top smartphone OS in the US. Smartphones running o
 

Android Phones Now Selling 300,000 Units Daily

Friday, December 10th, 2010
 
In the mobile market, the battle for supremacy seems to lie between Android smartphones and the Apple iPhone. These two are considered to be the most popular smartphones that people are trying to get their hands into. The battle in terms of getting market share is actively ongoing. So far, it seems that Apple and its iPhone may still be in the lead with millions and millions of their widely popular smart phone. Bu
 

Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Handsets Sell 40K

Thursday, November 11th, 2010
 
Microsoft has recently launched a number of Windows 7 smartphones in a bid to take a share of the rapidly increasing market. Microsoft provided the operating system software for partner smartphone manufacturers and came up with several Windows Phone 7 smartphone versions, with all nine coming from different makers launched simultaneously and with more to come. But did it make that big of an impact that it expected
 

Facebook Phone In The Works?

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010
 
|There has recently been stories and reports over the Web about Facebook planning to make its own mobile phone or a similar device. It seems quite an odd bit of partnership for a popular social networking site to suddenly have plans to come up with its own mobile phone. Google did it with the Nexus One but somehow was met with low demand and was discontinued just this year. But will Facebook try to face the same r