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Samsung Electronics (KRX:005935) Lost To Pebble And Sony In Smart Wearable Band Market In Q1 2014 !

Fitbit has hogged the wearable market with nearly half the share of global wearable shipments in Q1 2014. A recent report published by Canalys says that nearly 2.7 million wearable bands were shipped in the first quarter of 2014. This signs a stung growth in wearable band market that recorded 1.8 million units of shipment during the whole year...

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Targeting Phablet Market While Chinese Smartphone Vendors Are Going Global!

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is under attack from Lenovo Group Limited (ADR) (OTCMKTS:LNVGY), ZTE Corporation (SHE:000063), Huawei Technology Co Ltd. (SHE:002502). These are just some of the major China-based OEMs who are now global smartphone giants, and for them, the biggest market is not in their home country but in Latin America, Africa and other developing markets. Mobile Analyst firm Canalys has released a report for...

iPad Helped Apple Inc. (AAPL) To Dominate The Global PC Market in Q1 2014: Lenovo and HP Catching Up!

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) released the first iPad in 2010 and caused turmoil in the global PC market for the next few years. The iPad ushered in the age of tablets, and the market for bulky desktop PCs was soon in steep decline. At the time of the iPad release, it was a widely accepted belief that tablets were the alternatives to...

Global PC Market Q2, 2013: Apple Inc. Takes Cut On Volume But Regains Top Slot [Report]

In Q2, 2013 Global PC market has remained flat despite 42.9% growth in the tablets. Nearly 109 million PCs (includes Desktops, netbooks and tablets) were shipped in Q2, 2013 with a negligible growth of 0.3% compare to a year back quarter. We can now surely say the world is under the process of a makeover; the huge 42.9% growth...

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