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Projected Smartphone Sales Growth For 2016 Only At 0.6 Percent

Market research firm IDC has published its latest projections for 2016, and it appears that this year will end having accumulated smartphone shipments of around 1.45 billion units around the world. However, this volume only represents a 0.6 percent improvement over last year’s numbers, indicating a massive decrease from the 10.4 percent growth rate the global smartphone industry registered between 2014 and 2015. 

 

9 Out Of Ten Owners Of Samsung Devices Likely To Give The Brand Another Shot

Despite the disaster that was the Galaxy Note 7, it appears that a vast majority of existing owners of Samsung mobile devices still want to purchase a handset from the South Korean tech giant in the future, at least according to the results of a recent survey conducted by

Samsung Still Clueless As To Why Its Galaxy Note 7 Overheated

The biggest smartphone vendor in the world is still at a loss as to how and why its Galaxy Note 7 suffered overheating and exploding issues -- Samsung admitted as much during a shareholder meeting held recently this week. And because it can not ascertain the cause of its phablet’s problems, for sure, it may not be able to offer a solution soon.

 

With Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 Gone, Can Other Android Phablets Step Up?

Just recently, Samsung has decided, once and for all, to completely and permanently stop all production and sales of its latest phablet, the Galaxy Note 7.

Samsung Now Working With CPSC In Galaxy Note 7 Recall

About a week ago, Samsung decided to recall every unit that has been sold of its latest phablet offering, the Galaxy Note 7, due to reported claims (at least 35 separate cases) of overheating and even exploding battery issues. Some however pointed out that the decision by the South Korean tech giant to voluntarily recall the Galaxy Note 7 may not be enough because apparently, some units are still being displayed in store shelves.

A Guide To Samsung’s Recall Of Its Galaxy Note 7

It is official -- Samsung has decided to recall its newest phablet, the Galaxy Note 7, due to issues related to batteries. Reports from affected Galaxy Note 7 owners have varied from overheating to catching fire and even exploding, but whatever the cause, the South Korean mobile giant is choosing not to take any chances. So if you happen to own a Galaxy Note 7, whether your unit is malfunctioning or not, here is a guide to returning your device.

Here Comes Samsung’s Newest Phablet, The Galaxy Note 7

Samsung’s newest addition to its Galaxy Note lineup of smartphones has been officially introduced.

Samsung Galaxy On5, Galaxy Tab E Now On T-Mobile

T-Mobile has teamed up with Samsung in order to debut a couple of new Galaxy mobile devices -- the Galaxy On5 smartphone and the Galaxy Tab E tablet. Both devices come with budget friendly prices, and should help in giving subscribers of T-Mobile a more expanded range of device choices that are affordable. 

 

FCC, FTC To Phone Makers And Wireless Carriers: Deploy Fixes Faster

Regulating bodies in the United States now want to gather more information about how phone makers and wireless carriers go about dealing with security issues in mobile devices. At the same time, the feds want to know why fixes for bugs and vulnerabilities take too darned long be deployed. Indeed, both the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) have sent letters of inquiries to more than a dozen firms, collecting data about how mobile manufacturers and network operators handle security updates.

 

Where Have All The Wearables Gone?

Apple had just held its highly awaited March 21st event, but to the disappointment of fans of wearable devices everywhere, there was no major update regarding its first and only smartwatch (so far), the Apple Watch. Sure, Apple dropped the pricing of its wearable device by fifty bucks, and even took the opportunity to introduce new band options. But -- is that it?

 

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