Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini Arrives on AT&T
Mar17

Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini Arrives on AT&T

The Galaxy S5 Mini has been around since the middle of 2014, and in fact it is probably going to be replaced by a Galaxy S6 Mini in the coming months. However, the handset (the GS5 Mini) has not been widely available in the US across multiple carriers, but it is now getting its debut on AT&T, the second largest carrier in the United States. The Galaxy S5 Mini is a mid-range handset, but we could argue that it is a little pricey...

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Samsung Galaxy S6 to Sell 46 Million Units, Samsung Wants 50 Million
Mar11

Samsung Galaxy S6 to Sell 46 Million Units, Samsung Wants 50 Million

The Samsung Galaxy S5 struggled to match the sales figures that Samsung and analysts alike predicted, selling at a sluggish pace compared to the Galaxy S4 and not matching its sales either. The recently announced Galaxy S6 is a new start for the flagship S range and already it is receiving positive press and consumer reaction has been warm. Samsung revealed earlier in the week that 20 million units have been ordered by retailers and...

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Galaxy J1 Comes to Europe
Mar10

Galaxy J1 Comes to Europe

The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge winning plenty of positive headlines for Samsung, but the company has been launching numerous handsets over the last six months apart from the flagships. The Galaxy A series has been unveiled and will soon be expanded, while the company also launched the Galaxy J series in January with the Galaxy J1. The wallet friendly smartphone is now getting its launch in European markets. The Galaxy J1 has been...

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Samsung Spent $13.8 Billion on R&D Last Year
Mar10

Samsung Spent $13.8 Billion on R&D Last Year

Samsung likes to spend a lot of money; that is obvious when one looks at the company’s advertising budget compared to all of its rivals. Whether the spend more to get more strategy works is up for debate, but the fact is Samsung remains the largest smartphone company in the world despite a declining 2014. However, the Korean giant is not known as an innovator (perhaps unfairly), but the amount ploughed into research and development...

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How to Get Mobile Consumers to Upgrade
Mar05

How to Get Mobile Consumers to Upgrade

In the past when new flagships came out there was ton of new cool "must have" features that would make you break your piggy bank and order one the day it came out.  Recently however it seems that nothing like that has come around.  The Yota phone with it's dual screen has been out for years now and while the Samsung Galaxy Edge is pretty cool it's not getting me to drop 300 bucks and sign a new contract. I only am writing this post...

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Mobile World Congress Round Up
Mar02

Mobile World Congress Round Up

Mobile Word Congress is making a comeback per say.  In years past the tech world's heavy hitters have started to ignore this event but in 2015 it seems like everyone brought something to table this year from Samsung to HTC to Microsoft to Jolla....only Apple isn't represented.  While everyone else is bombarding you with post after post after post from this event I'd like to do something a little different for you.  We are going to...

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