Mobile revolution stalled
Beancounters at CCS have added up some numbers and reached the conclusion that sales of mobile phones will slump to their lowest level for a decade due to the impact of coronavirus.
It just can't find the spot anymore
LG is ditching the "G" series branding on future smartphones.
Mobile revolution trips and falls in a hole
Global smartphone sales tumbled 14 percent in February as the coronavirus spread in China and overseas, according to beancounters at Counterpoint Research.
Sales are falling too as people realise they have better things to worry about
As Chinese factories hit by the coronavirus look to restart production, the pain is only beginning for carriers that rely on steady shipments of Asian smartphones.
And you can charge an iPhone in seconds by putting it in a microwave
OnBuy.com has been asking British people daft mobile phone beliefs to see if they are as stupid as many in Europe believe and discovered that the nation which gave us Brexit is probably a sandwich short of a cut lunch when it comes to mobile tech.
Shops still closed
China’s smartphone sales may plunge by as much as half in the first quarter, as many retail shops have closed for an extended period and production has yet to fully resume due to the fast spread of a new coronavirus, according to research reports.
6.9 million 5G devices
Huawei had a pretty good year, and despite the trade wars between China and the US, the company not only rolled some of the best smartphones on the market but also managed to move 240 million smartphones and over 6.9 million 5G smartphones in 2019.
Best mobile business profit in six quarters
Strong sales of the Galaxy Note 10 smartphone helped Samsung report its best mobile business profit in six quarters in the three months ended in September.
Innovation happens outside the fruity cargo cult
A startup founded by a former Apple bloke is coming up with cutting edge technology which aims to bring something new to the smartphone industry.