News tagged: Wall Street Journal
Apple and Qualcomm are slowly becoming worst enemies. According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, Apple has now made another move in the latest legal fight with Qualcomm by using components from other companies for next year's iPhones and iPads.
Apple's new iPhone lineup is about to be released according to new information. The Wall Street Journal reports that the Cupertino based company will host an event on September 12, where it will announce a host of new products, including the rumored iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and
Samsung wants to make sure there aren't any battery-related issues with the upcoming Galaxy S8, as well as making sure there are enough batteries available. Therefore, the company is adding a third battery supplier, Sony, alongside Samsung SDI and Amperex.
Back in September, alongside two new iPhones, Apple announced Bluetooth ear buds called AirPods. The expected launch date was set for the end of October, but the company delayed shipments without setting a new release date. Some rumours pointed out that the ear buds
Back in May, we heard a rumour that Apple plans to discontinue the 16 GB storage option with new iPhone 7. This looks like a smart move, since many flagship smartphones now have at least 32 GB storage and even the microSD card slot for expandable storage.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple snatched away 92% of the Smartphone industry profits for Q1 2015. Apple is able to rake in such spectacular profits due to the high selling price of the iPhone. The average selling price of an iPhone is $659.
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, Apple has directed its supply chain to not only commence mass production of the next-generation iPhone 6s, but produce between 85-90 million iPhone 6s units by December 31, 2015. Apple believes in the iPhone 6s.
According to a new report by the WSJ, Facebook is all set to start hosting other sites' content from the month of May, i.e. this month onwards. The new feature is dubbed "Instant Articles" that will display complete articles from sites such as The New York Times, Buzzfeed.
According to the WSJ, Google has a team working hard on developing a VR version of Android. WSJ reports that "tens of engineers" are building this alternate version of Android, whose sole purpose would be to run Virtual Reality apps on mobile devices.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Google Glass isn't dead yet. Although the first model never transitioned into a consumer version with a more affordable (less than $1500) price tag, the WSJ has heard from sources familiar with the matter that 2015 is the year.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Samsung's sales prediction for the Galaxy S5 was missed by a huge margin to the tune of 40%. The Korean company, which still holds the top Smartphone maker crown, sold only 12 million units of its 2014 flagship, the Galaxy S5.
According to a report published by The Wall Street Journal, Apple's first Smartwatch would arrive in two distinct sizes. One would be a 1.3-inch model, whereas the other would have a slightly larger 1.5-inch display. Also, the device will serve multiple purposes.
The Wall Street Journal reports that LG's second Smartwatch, also powered by Google's Android Wear OS, will arrive on October 14th. Announced in the last week of August, the G Watch R is being shown off at IFA 2014. LG is yet to announce pricing details.
Rumors pertaining to Amazon's own Smartphone were a pretty hot topic 6 months ago. However, since then, we have heard little to nothing about the so-called Amazon Fire phone. The dry streak is now at an end. The WSJ reports that Amazon's glasses-free 3D Smartphone...
The Wall Street Journal reports that Nokia's first Android powered Smartphone, codenamed Normandy, will be officially brought on stage at the Finnish company's MWC media event, to be held in Barcelona later this month. Nokia X is an entry-level handset with a spec...
In a recent report, Wall Street Journal confirmed the presence of a fingerprint scanner feature on Apple's upcoming premium iPhone 5S smartphone, which authenticates users, and unlocks by a quick fingerprint scan. It's still unknown how the scanner actually works.
According to a new report by the Wall Street Journal, Cupertino company Apple is testing 6-inch iPhones, and planning to release large-sized iPhones in the next year in order to compete with the growing phablet market, which is basically a 5-inch + sized Smartphone.
It looks like Microsoft won't launch its $499 Xbox One entertainment system in certain key markets in Asia before late-2014, in a move that could give Sony's PlayStation 4 a free run. Interestingly, it made no mention of Japan in its list of unfortunate markets.
The New York Times and and The Wall Street Journal claim to have been suffering cyber attacks by Chinese hackers interested in keeping tabs on the country's coverage. Both newspapers have taken measures to hold off the attackers and claim they are safe for now.