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IHS iSuppli: Apple iPad takes 69.6 percent of tablet brand market share in Q2, reader tablets take a bruising

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An earlier portrait of the second quarter's tablet market share made it quite clear that the iPad was on a rebound, if it was ever in a slump to start with. All those numbers focused on platforms and not brands, however -- we didn't know how the individual makers...
IHS iSuppli: Apple iPad takes 69.6 percent of tablet brand market share in Q2, reader tablets take a bruising

LTE subscribers will more than double in '13, IHS iSuppli says

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For every person using 4G LTE now, there will be at least one more subscriber by the end of this year, IHS iSuppli says....
LTE subscribers will more than double in '13, IHS iSuppli says

IHS iSuppli: Apple Holds 70% Of The Tablet Market, Highest Market Share Since Q1 2011

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We all know the iPad is king of tablets, but it would appear that Apple has extended its lead in the slate market shipping approximately 70 percent of all tablets in the second quarter of this year. Unfortunately for Apple, Google’s recently released Nexus 7 tablet isn’t included in these...
IHS iSuppli: Apple Holds 70% Of The Tablet Market, Highest Market Share Since Q1 2011

Report: Apple reaches 70 percent of tablet market share

www.electronista.com
Research firm IHS iSuppli has released a report on marketshare in tablets by volume shipped that shows Apple up significantly once again in the tablet market, reaching 70 percent share in Q2 -- the highest level in more than a year. Shipping volumes do not necessarily have a direct correlation...
Report: Apple reaches 70 percent of tablet market share

Ultrabook sales fall short of expectations

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Worldwide ultrabook shipments are falling short -- way short-- of expectations, according to a report from IHS iSuppli released Monday....
Ultrabook sales fall short of expectations

Samsung & Apple take half of global smartphone market, Android & iOS hit 80%

9to5google.com
Research firm Gartner released its numbers today for “Worldwide Mobile Device Sales” during Q1 2012. There aren’t many surprises here when it comes to Apple, but Gartner estimated Samsung sold 38 smartphones during the quarter, less than the 42.2 million estimated by IDC earlier this month and more than...
Samsung & Apple take half of global smartphone market, Android & iOS hit 80%

$700 Ultrabooks Won't Challenge the MacBook Air

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Steve Jobs, the late Apple chief executive, famously claimed that his company did not know how to make a $500 mobile computer that was not a "piece of junk." That was in 2008, when cheap, mini-laptops called netbooks were all the rage and Apple took heat for not having...
$700 Ultrabooks Won't Challenge the MacBook Air
iPad 2 said to have extinguished Kindle Fire demand

Google’s No.1 priority for US-made Nexus Q was faster design iterations, not cost

9to5google.com
Since Google unveiled its Nexus Q streaming device at Google I/O, more and more details having been coming out about what is essentially a set-top box (albeit orb-shaped) AppleTV competitor with a built-in stereo amplifier. Google was first to make it clear that the device was being manufactured entirely in...
Google’s No.1 priority for US-made Nexus Q was faster design iterations, not cost

Big-screen smartphone shipments to surge this year, says iSuppli

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Shipments of smartphones with screens 5 inches or larger will more than double this year, as consumers are increasingly attracted to the large screen sizes offered by the phones, according to a prediction from IHS iSuppli....
Big-screen smartphone shipments to surge this year, says iSuppli

iSuppli: China overtook the US as the world's biggest PC market in 2012

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It’s long been known that China’s vast population would see its PC market pass that of the US, and now IHS’s iSuppli’s market intelligence service has found that, for the first time, the country overtook the US as the world’s largest PC market based on annual shipments. The US market was...
iSuppli: China overtook the US as the world's biggest PC market in 2012
IDC: Samsung takes top smartphone marketshare position in Q1, overtakes Nokia for mobile phones

Is the honeymoon over for Facebook gaming?

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It’s not just Facebook commerce, or F-commerce as some like to call it, that is languishing at the world’s largest social network. With its IPO on the horizon, there’s reason to start worrying about Facebook’s gaming revenues, according to new research from IHS iSuppli. Facebook’s problems in the gaming market...
Is the honeymoon over for Facebook gaming?

At $236, Galaxy S4 costlier to produce than S3, says report

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IHS iSuppli's virtual teardown of the lasted Samsung smartphone shows it's 15 percent more expensive for Samsung to produce than last year's model. [Read more]...
At $236, Galaxy S4 costlier to produce than S3, says report

Samsung probably sold the most smartphones in 2011

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Trying to count who sold the most smartphones is a difficult business. That’s mostly due to Samsung’s decision to stop releasing unit sales figures for its smartphone sales. The company has taken to releasing sales growth percentages, and market research firms are basing projections of how many phones Samsung shipped...
Samsung probably sold the most smartphones in 2011

Apple squeezes more profit out of hard drive-based iPods

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Apple's cost to build the iPod classic is 11 percent lower than the previous verison, iSuppli estimates. Photo: Apple Apple's (AAPL) redesign of the iPod classic has allowed the company to make better profits while also offering more storage, an analysis from researcher iSuppli has found. The iSuppli numbers (below)...
Apple squeezes more profit out of hard drive-based iPods

Foxconn Throws $1.6 Billion Into Sharp For Flatscreen Panels (AAPL)

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Apple manufacturer Foxconn is investing $1.6 billion in Sharp and committing to buying up to 50% of the company's flatscreen panels, reports Bloomberg. This could be a move on Foxconn's end to simply ensure that it has a decent supply for future products, such as the long-rumored Apple television....
Foxconn Throws $1.6 Billion Into Sharp For Flatscreen Panels (AAPL)
All-singing devices are eating up MP3 player sales

Lumia 900 materials cost $209, point to low-cost approach by Nokia, Microsoft

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The materials used to build the Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone cost $209, according to IHS iSuppli, which did a physical teardown of one of the new smartphones....
Lumia 900 materials cost $209, point to low-cost approach by Nokia, Microsoft

iSuppli: Samsung forecasted to unseat Nokia for top ranking in 2012 global phone shipments

www.engadget.com
Between the years of 1998 and 2011, Nokia consistently took the first-place prize for global unit shipments, outpacing both Samsung and Apple. This year, however, iSuppli projects that the Finnish firm will slip to the second position, representing 24 percent of device shipments, compared to 29 percent for Samsung...
iSuppli: Samsung forecasted to unseat Nokia for top ranking in 2012 global phone shipments

Samsung ships 100 million Galaxy S Android phones

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Samsung on Monday announced it has shipped more than 100 million Galaxy S phones since May 2010, when the original Samsung Galaxy S Android smartphone was released. Samsung Galaxy SThe first Samsung Galaxy S topped 24 million shipments, with the first 10 million in seven months. In 2011, the...
Samsung ships 100 million Galaxy S Android phones

Semiconductor market to slow this year, iSuppli says

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Semiconductor industry revenue will grow at a slow pace this year due to struggling economies worldwide, lower spending and sluggish demand for products, research firm IHS iSuppli said in a study released on Tuesday....
Semiconductor market to slow this year, iSuppli says

APPLE vs. SAMSUNG: Who's The King Of Smartphones?

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Apple and Samsung both reported blockbuster first quarters. Apple and Samsung are both now more cellphone companies than anything else (iPhones are more than 50% of Apple's revenue and cellphones are more than 40% of Samsung's revenue). Apple and Samsung together account for a huge share of the global smartphone...
APPLE vs. SAMSUNG: Who's The King Of Smartphones?

Hard drive supplies back to pre-flood levels, but prices aren't

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Last October, flooding in Thailand took a huge bite out of hard disk drive supplies, taking out about a quarter of the world's HDD manufacturing capacity. The impact of that disaster has passed, and supply levels are back to near where they were before last October's disaster.  But while the flood waters...
Hard drive supplies back to pre-flood levels, but prices aren't
Retail: Even Mighty Isis Can't Hurry Pay-With-Your-Phone Future
BII REPORT: Why The Rise Of Phablets Matters

60TB disk drives could be a reality in 2016

www.computerworld.com
Advanced technologies such as HAMR could mean disk drive capacities from 30TB to 60TB by 2016, according to a new report by IHS iSuppli....
60TB disk drives could be a reality in 2016

For the first time in 14 years, Samsung passes Nokia as top cellphone brand in 2012; Apple in third

thenextweb.com
For the first time in 14 years, Samsung will pass Nokia in the global cellphone business (on an annual basis). At the end of 2012, Samsung will seize the mobile handset market’s top rank, while Nokia will drop down to second place. Nokia first grabbed the top spot in overall...
For the first time in 14 years, Samsung passes Nokia as top cellphone brand in 2012; Apple in third

Apple's iPhone dilemma: Should it make a "Chinese special"?

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If Apple would just support China’s unique 3G technology, the iPhone would make a killing in the largest country in the world – or so concludes Kevin Wang, director of China electronics research at IHS iSuppli. Apple ranks a woeful seventh in China’s smartphone sales, but according to Wang it...
Apple's iPhone dilemma: Should it make a "Chinese special"?
PC shipments to fall in 2012, is it soon to be the year of the tablet?
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