iPhones fell to just 12 percent of worldwide marketshare in Q3, claims a new report from Strategy Analytics — totting up the figures for what it claims was the fastest growth period for smartphones in one year.

Android phones, on the other hand, captured a record 88 percent of global smartphones shipments during the three month period. As for BlackBerry and Microsoft Windows Phone? Best not to ask, really!


Samsung’s new monstrous Galaxy Note 7 devices have barely made it into the wild but early reports of the phones exploding may have caused the company to delay shipments.

In a statement to news outlets today, Samsung said has delayed shipments to do product quality tests, however local reports from South Korea reveal the company is investigating whether the device is prone to spontaneously burst into flames.


Fitness trackers are a leaky haven of data for hackers, according to a new study that found if you want a device with a high security rating, you better buy an Apple Watch.


The U.S. Army Special Operations Command is planning to tell Android to stand down.

Charged with overseeing the Army’s elite special forces operations, the command is reportedly making a switch to iPhone because Android is unstable compared to iOS.

iPhone SE with Galaxy S7

iPhone SE couldn’t stop a Samsung takeover. Photo: Ste Smith/Cult of Android

Glowing reviews for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge have been translated into stellar sales for Samsung.

The South Korean company’s latest handsets have been so successful this year that they’ve helped itĀ overtake Apple to become number one smartphone maker in the U.S.

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