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Internet of Things
Gartner: Global smartphone market impacted by supply chain disruption
Global smartphone sales to end-users declined 6.8% in the third quarter of 2021, compared to the same period in 2020, according to new reports from Gartner.
Vulnerabilities in Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and Google Pay open door for cyber attackers
Flaws in Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and Google Pay are allowing attackers to make unlimited purchases.
Hands-on review: Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G
After reviewing the Galaxy Z Fold 3, I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s my favourite foldable phone (so far).
Samsung and Ciena collaborate with new 5G solutions
Samsung and Ciena have entered into an agreement to deliver 5G network solutions to the market.
Samsung enables more connectivity with latest TV offering for hotels
Samsung Australia senior director of display and memory solutions, Phil Gaut, says that the TV meets guests’ demands whilst improving hotel efficiency.
Hands-on review: Samsung QN900A TV and Soundbar
The QN900A paired with the Q950A Soundbar is hands down the best way to consume content in 2021.
Samsung reveals new lineup of next-gen foldable smartphones
Samsung has unveiled its new lineup of next-generation foldable smartphones — the Galaxy Z Fold3 5G and Galaxy Z Flip3 5G.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G clinches top prize at GLOMO Awards
The phone won in the Best Smartphone category at the ceremony, beating out all other smartphones released in the past year.
Smashing deals with Microsoft Windows and Ingram Micro
Ingram Micro is back with more smashing tech deals to see your organisation through those cold winter days and nights ahead.
iPhones to capture 40% of smartphone market value despite Android device proliferation
Apple’s average selling price will rise in coming years, while Android devices will decline, unless they can leverage new technologies like 5G or bring new design features.
The NZ smartphone market reaches new heights due to pandemic
IDC marks the highest annual growth in 7 Years for New Zealand’s smartphone market.
Samsung introduces Galaxy Tab S7 FE and Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
Samsung Electronics has unveiled the latest additions to its tablet portfolio, the Galaxy Tab S7 FE and Galaxy Tab A7 Lite.
Global wearables market fuelled by smaller companies and new tech
The appetite for wearable devices remained strong in the first quarter of 2021 (1Q21) even as volumes retreated from record fourth quarter levels, IDC finds.
Red Hat modernises telecommunications for HKT, Samsung
CSPs now need to provide modern networks that work across every industry if they are to survive in a competitive and evolving marketplace.
Hands-on review: Samsung Galaxy A52
If you’re on a budget but don’t want to sacrifice all the features present in a top-tier phone, the Samsung A52 is a good investment.
Major shift in smartphone market - Huawei drops out, Samsung regains top spot
A major shift is occurring amongst the top smartphone vendors as the market continues its recovery.
Samsung launches new networks business in Australia
Samsung Networks Business will commence operations in 2021 as a network vendor, and explore the potential of 5G mmWave technology.
Samsung debuts new QLED technology in 2021 TV range launch
At the centre of Samsung’s announcement is the unveiling of its new display technology for its flagship televisions: Neo QLED.
LG quits the smartphone business
It becomes the first major smartphone brand to exit the market.
Samsung launches Galaxy XCover 5, a new rugged smartphone
The Galaxy XCover 5 fits within Samsung’s popular Galaxy smartphone line, bearing a much chunkier resemblance to its counterparts.
Samsung releases new Galaxy A Series lineup
The Korean electronics giant introduced its Samsung Galaxy A32, A52, A72 and A52 5G smartphones last week, with the latter bringing the realm of 5G-capable smartphones into an affordable price range.
Samsung launches first 5G Network in New Zealand
Samsung’s strategic partnership with Spark marks the country’s first new network vendor in a decade.
Apple and Xiaomi only vendors to see smartphone growth in 2020 — Gartner
Apple’s growth was largely due to the success of the iPhone 12, which helped the company surpass Samsung to regain the status of number one global smartphone vendor for Q4 2020.
Hands-on review: Samsung Galaxy S21 5G
This phone is definitely worth a look if you’re after a smartphone with some brunt and without an intimidating price tag.