Gartner: Apple Becomes The Top Buyer Of Semiconductors Worldwide

Gartner: Apple Becomes The Top Buyer Of Semiconductors Worldwide

Apple has seen a major surge in it’s growth even since the inception of iPhone and iPad series. Millions of units have been shipped and millions more are expected to ship out in the coming days. Alongside, Apple’s MacBook series is also doing a very good job on the sales. All this has made Apple the largest buyer of semiconductors worldwide, spending about $17 billion on them in 2011. Second in the list is Samsung followed by HP, Dell, Nokia and Sony respectively. It’s surprising to note that Apple manufactures limited products while Samsung deals with a greater range of electronics – yet Apple has taken the lead on this front too.

By On January 26, 2012 Respond
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Apple Won A Round In The Legal Battle Against Samsung In German court

Apple Won A Round In The Legal Battle Against Samsung In German court

A court in the German city of Mannheim decided recently that Apple has not infringed Samsung’s patent and the Cupertino based company managed to strike another blow to its enemy. Apple and Samsung are clenched in a legal war in more than 10 lawsuits held in courts from all over the world, from the United States to Australia, France and Japan.

By On January 25, 2012 Respond
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Consumers Losing Interest In Buying HDTV

Consumers Losing Interest In Buying HDTV

This year at Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world’s largest consumer technology trade show, consumers were not interested in to buy HDTV. The biggest difference of the sales figures of HDTV comparing to previous all CES and this CES. What is the reason of losing interest in buying HDTV? Is it the Quality or something else?

By On January 24, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Galaxy S II Sales Totals 5 Million Units in South Korea

Samsung Galaxy S II Sales Totals 5 Million Units in South Korea

The South Korean tech giant Samsung announced reaching impressive Galaxy SII sales on the native market. According to Samsung’s official statement, 5 million Galaxy SII handsets have been sold in South Korea since it was unveiled. The most popular Android smartphone currently on the market needed nine months to reach to this sales volume on the domestic market.

By On January 24, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Announces Star 3 and Star 3 Duos

Samsung Announces Star 3 and Star 3 Duos

It took a year for the South Korean phone maker to expand the popular Star series. After the success of the two models in this series, Star and Star 2, considered as best selling Samsung products, by the end of this month two more versions will hit the market, Star 3 and Star 3 DUOS. The company announced that its fans from Russia will be the first to get their hands on the new Samsung phones, followed by the customers from CIS, Europe, Latin America, Africa, Middle East, and Southeast Asia. The Star 3 DUOS will also be available in Southwest Asia.

By On January 24, 2012 Respond
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Apple: The Trend-Setter Of New Displays

Apple: The Trend-Setter Of New Displays

Apple is certainly the company which enjoys the most loyal fan-following. And this helps Apple have a very influential clout over the world of electronics. Apple sets standard for many things, from processing speeds to touchscreens to lot more. But what remains the vital strength of this tech company, and what has often stood Apple apart from it’s rivals, is it’s displays. Now as we move near the release of iPad 3, we can expect that Apple may yet again set a standard for displays by adopting Sharp’s IGZO displays in it’s next tablet.

By On January 23, 2012 Respond
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Fujitsu Next Target North American Mobile Phone Market

Fujitsu Next Target North American Mobile Phone Market

Fujitsu Limited is the world’s third largest IT service company after IBM and Hewlett-Packard. Fujitsu wants to enter North American mobile phone market and it is Fujitsu’s next target.

By On January 22, 2012 Respond
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Another Anti-Apple Ad By Samsung, Prepares For Super Bowl Spot

Another Anti-Apple Ad By Samsung, Prepares For Super Bowl Spot

Samsung is pretty well-known for it’s anti-Apple ads. These ads usually mock Apple by citing different features that Samsung’s smartphones have but Apple’s iPhone doesn’t and are regularly released now and then by Samsung. Now, Samsung has released yet another Samsung Galaxy II ad which mocks the lack of GPS navigation in Apple smartphones. Samsung has yet to release the Super Bowl spot which will most probably take another jibe at Apple.

By On January 22, 2012 Respond
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CES 2012: Samsung To Introduce Series 9 All-In-One PC With 27-inch 3D Monitor

CES 2012: Samsung To Introduce Series 9 All-In-One PC With 27-inch 3D Monitor

Samsung has officially introduced a Second Generation, Series 9 All-In-One PC at CES 2012 in Las Vegas. Samsung CES booth was crowded for its new 27-inch All-In-One PC. This product was unique for its 1080p 3D capable display and also for design and color. Most of the people have already admired for its more unique features. Let the details inside.

By On January 22, 2012 Respond
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Samsung to Bring Bigger, Better Batteries In The Next Generation Smartphones

Samsung to Bring Bigger, Better Batteries In The Next Generation Smartphones

Good news for high end Samsung smartphone owners: their favorite phone maker promises batteries that will last longer. As Kevin Packingham, vice president of product innovation at Samsung, explained for CNET smartphones released by the company this year will be designed to last longer.

By On January 19, 2012 1 Response
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Surface Multi-Touch System Samsung SUR40, Now Available

Surface Multi-Touch System Samsung SUR40, Now Available

Surface multi-touch systems have been quite a sensation since they were first introduced. They allow multiple people to interact with a huge display with ease. But because they are a bit pricey, they are often purchased by corporations and other major players. Samsung has launched, Samsung SUR40, the latest in it’s series of surface multi-touch systems. It comes with a 64-bit Windows 7 professional, is about 4-inches thick and has a 40-inch HD 1080p screen.

By On January 17, 2012 1 Response
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Apple, Samsung Planning For Waterproof Smartphones

Apple, Samsung Planning For Waterproof Smartphones

Imagine you are taking a shower and you get an urgent call that you can’t miss. Will you take the call in the shower? Of course not, because water damages your phone. But imagine a phone that continues working perfectly even when exposed to water for a long time. Apparently, Apple and Samsung are in talks with HZO, a company that provides a special spray for the phone’s circuitry and body so that it is not damaged in the least by water. So can we really expect a waterproof iPhone 5?

By On January 17, 2012 Respond
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Solar Powered Smart Window From Samsung

Solar Powered Smart Window From Samsung

One of the most impressive gadgets presented at this year’s edition of Consumer Electronics Show was Samsung’s proposition as a geeky replacement for a window. No one was surprised when Samsung’s Smart Window won the Innovation Award and the tech journalist present at the event already showered the sleek transparent device with enthusiastic reviews.

By On January 17, 2012 Respond
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Not Sharp, Samsung and LG to Provide Retina Display for iPad 3

Not Sharp, Samsung and LG to Provide Retina Display for iPad 3

The latest rumor on the next generation iPad suggests that LG and Samsung are the winners when it comes to deals with Apple to supply the displays for iPad 3. This piece of news published a few days ago by the Korean Language technology website Electronic Times Internet, contradicts previous rumors hinting that Sharp is surely the manufacturer agreed from Cupertino headquarter to send LCD panels for the upcoming iPad 3.

By On January 17, 2012 Respond
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Intel Planning To Use Medfield Chip In iPhone, Android, Windows Phone

Intel Planning To Use Medfield Chip In iPhone, Android, Windows Phone

Intel’s Medfield chip is the latest from the world’s top chip-maker. The medfield chip is quite a break-through since it makes use of a single core and pulls all processes onto it, reducing battery usage. It is an excellent alternative to multi-core processors and is built along the same strategy as is used by ARM. According to news, Intel is trying to convince Apple to use medfield chip in it’s iOS devices. Intel’s vice president of architectural group also said that Intel is also looking to use it’s chip in Android and Windows Phone devices.

By On January 16, 2012 Respond
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