Samsung's latest US Galaxy S3 ad campaign pulls no punches, taking aim at Apple's iPhone 5. But the iPhone's loyal fans have something to say about it. Samsung has wasted no time in responding to Apple's iPhone 5 announcement, with its US marketing team knocking up an ad approaching the debate from the angle Samsung knows best: specifications. Unsurprisingly, Apple has not responded in kind, but loyal iPhone fans have jumped onto Photoshop to return fire. Just weeks after Samsung lost big time against Apple in US courts, the Samsung US team is pulling no punches in the battle between the Galaxy S3 and the upcoming iPhone 5. The ad lists the various bits and pieces inside both devices, but shows twice as many features on the Samsung side than it does on the Apple half.
In addition to purchasing the phones, Yahoo will also pay employees' voice and data bills, But what they won't pay for summer waves iphone case is a BlackBerry, Once the de rigueur instrument of business communications, RIM's smartphone was left off the list, While the offer will likely go a long way toward boosting morale at the beleaguered Web pioneer, it's not likely to please employees at RIM, which has been struggling to regain lost market share and sales of its once-popular BlackBerry devices in an industry now ruled by Apple and Android..
Understandably, Mayer is placing her faith in market leaders iOS and Android. But by choosing Windows Phone 8 -- a platform that hasn't even landed in consumers' hands -- over BlackBerry, she is essentially declaring RIM's platform obsolete and dead. And that pretty much reflects consumer opinion; RIM's market share of mobile traffic has plummeted from 25 percent in September 2011 to just barely 1 percent in July, according to a recent Chitika study. Mayer's memo, as published by Business Insider.
Acer Chairman JT Wang has expressed concern that a low-priced Surface tablet could steal business from Acer's own tablets, Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing said he believes his company can build a better Windows 8 tablet than can Microsoft, Ballmer also noted that the company is switching gears to take on Apple, moving away from its reputation as primarily a software maker, "I think when summer waves iphone case you look forward, our core capability will be software, [but] you'll probably think of us more as a devices-and-services company," he said..
Microsoft CEO dispels rumors of a sub-$200 tablet, telling the Seattle Times that the Surface would probably be priced between $300 and $800. If you had hoped for truth behind the rumors that Microsoft's tablet would sport a sub-$200 price tag, Steve Ballmer has dashed those hopes. Microsoft CEO's has been pretty outspoken about how his company was going use its new Surface tablet to turn up the heat on Apple, but he's been pretty tight-lipped about how much it expects its Surface to cost -- until now. Noting that "we haven't announced pricing," Ballmer, Seattle Times during an interview, did give a better idea what the company has in mind for a target price.