• Tweet China has overtaken the United States to become the world’s largest smartphone market by volume although the US still leads in terms of revenue, a market research firm says. Strategy Analytics said that smartphone shipments hit 24 million units in China during the third quarter of the year compared to 23 million units in [&hellip

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  • Tweet Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co zoomed to the top of the list of global smartphone makers in the second quarter, blowing past Nokia Corp and BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd, according to research firm IDC. Korea’s Samsung made the biggest jump, from No 4 in the first quarter to No 2 in [&hellip

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  • Tweet Whether in bed, on the loo, in a business meeting or during a first date, a new survey suggests no place or moment is sacred when it comes to using a smartphone. Forty-six per cent of Australian mobile phone users are now using smartphones, up from 31 per cent in 2010, according to a [&hellip

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  • Tweet Nokia is fighting to regain share of the smartphone market. The firm is still the world’s largest mobile phone maker, but has been slipping badly in the smartphone market, where it now has a 26% share – down from 42% a year ago. Its profits in the three months to March were AU$464m, down [&hellip

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  • Tweet Apple is developing a new line of smaller, cheaper iPhones and overhauling its software to facilitate users’ access to entertainment, photos and video. The new device — code-named ‘N97′ — will be about half the size of the iPhone4 and cost about half as much as Apple’s main line of iPhones, the Wall Street [&hellip

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