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Samsung ATIV SE image leaked, Windows Phone 8.1 device destined for Verizon

Samsung ATIV SE image leaked, Windows Phone 8.1 device destined for Verizon

Sam Sabri 397

As we get closer to the official unveiling of Windows Phone 8.1 we’ll start to see more and more handsets with the updated OS leak. We’ve seen a few from Nokia and an offering from Samsung. We’ve recently seen Nokia’s upcoming Lumia 630/635 (aka “Moneypenny”). Now today, we’re looking at some images of the Samsung ATIV SE. An upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 handset slated for Verizon later...

Samsung dominates the conversation at Mobile World Congress, but Nokia was second

Samsung dominates the conversation at Mobile World Congress, but Nokia was second

Daniel Rubino 41

When it comes to Mobile World Congress, there are always a few big stories that dictate the discussion. Whether they are flagship phones or company mergers or just new tech in general, someone steals the show. For 2014's MWC, that would be Samsung. In research performed by social media listening platform Synthesio, they claim that Samsung was "mentioned 1,246,000 times, or in 44.2% of...

Windows Phone is losing some hardware differentiation as Microsoft woos Android manufacturers

Windows Phone is losing some hardware differentiation as Microsoft woos Android manufacturers

Daniel Rubino 314

A real quick analysis of today’s announcements by Microsoft, specifically in regards to Windows Phone, shows that Microsoft is loosening the belt on their mobile OS. Back when Windows Phone 7 Series was announced at this very event four years ago, Microsoft had set very strict hardware requirements in an effort to keep the user experience consistent and ensure a quality experience....

Google's sale of Motorola may signal a stronger bond between Google and Samsung — and a threat to Windows Phone

Google's sale of Motorola may signal a stronger bond between Google and Samsung — and a threat to Windows Phone

Daniel Rubino 320

In a surprise move today, Google announced the sale of Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for $2.91 billion dollars. On the face of it, that looks like financial loss from the original $12.5 billion purchase price by Google in 2012. However, keep in mind that price for just the hardware division, as Google will retain "the vast majority" of the Motorola patent portfolio (licensing them to...

Samsung announces the ATIV Book 9 2014 Edition, a 15.6-inch Windows 8 laptop with 14 hours of battery life

Samsung announces the ATIV Book 9 2014 Edition, a 15.6-inch Windows 8 laptop with 14 hours of battery life

Sam Sabri 35

CES doesn’t officially kick off until tomorrow, but that doesn’t companies from announcing all their products. Samsung didn’t announce anything new for Windows Phone, but there are a handful of new Windows devices from the Korean tech giant. Here are the specs and details for the Samsung ATIV Book 9 2014 Edition and the ATIV One7 2014 Edition. Up first is the 2014 edition of the...

Galaxy S4 allegedly catches fire, Nokia steps in to help after Samsung flubs support

Galaxy S4 allegedly catches fire, Nokia steps in to help after Samsung flubs support

Daniel Rubino 136

One of the big selling points in buying a Lumia Windows Phone, besides the unique and excellent design, is the customer support that Nokia offers. Whether they have had issues with firmware, a defective unit or just general feedback, the Finnish company has always treated their customers with respect. That hands-on sincerity has not gone unnoticed by many and it’s something that Samsung...

Nokia’s market share in India grows to 5% in Q3 2013; positive signs for further growth

Nokia’s market share in India grows to 5% in Q3 2013; positive signs for further growth

Abhishek Baxi 38

As the India smartphone market overall grew by 229% year over year (YoY) in the third quarter of 2013, Nokia's Lumia range of devices continued to show a growth trajectory and garnered close to 5% market share. In the mobile phone market in India, Nokia is on the second spot, close on the heels of market leader – Samsung. This latest data coincides with the continued strong growth in...

Microsoft isn’t just attacking Apple – puts down the Galaxy Tab in latest commercial

Microsoft isn’t just attacking Apple – puts down the Galaxy Tab in latest commercial

Michael Archambault 174

We have seen a lot of anti-Apple iPad commercials coming out of Microsoft lately; they have been touting the Surface’s ability to manage devices via a built in full USB port and the ability to project to larger displays using the device’s HD video out port. Microsoft also attacks the Samsung Galaxy Tab’s inability to use multiple accounts. The first video is extremely similar to the...