At home, our fiber connection hits between 80Mbps and 100Mbps. We’d be perfectly okay with that… if only it were stable. But we digress.
Eighty-six percent of smartphones shipped worldwide in the first quarter of 2020 were Android devices. And the top six models of the 86%? They were all from two manufacturers.
Android is, by far, the most popular operating system, running on 2.5 billion devices and more than 80% of smartphones around the world. It’s also pretty much synonymous with American tech giant Google, which bought Android in 2005.
The world’s top three biggest smartphone companies all make their own mobile chipsets.
We got an email from a market-research firm earlier, revealing how smartphone brands performed in the first quarter of 2020.
In case you missed the Huawei P40 series announcement in China, Huawei now has a bank card of its own. And, yes, there’s also a physical card with NFC for contactless payments. Perhaps more impressively, the technology firm might also venture into the video game industry further down the line.
The World Intellectual Property Organization has published its performance report for 2019 with some interesting findings.
In a statement sent to SamMobile, which is a tech website covering all things Samsung, the Korean tech company has reaffirmed its stance that the Exynos 990 is just as good as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865.
A new report by Counterpoint Research suggests that the smartphone market didn’t decline as drastically as another company put it.
When you say “food-delivery services,” we think of Foodpanda, GrabFood, LalaFood, and the likes. Angkas? The first thing that comes to mind is its Twitter account, which is known to dish out funny, quick-witted posts.