These numbers shouldn’t really surprise anyone, but a ton of people bought smart devices in 2012, according to IDC. They bought over 1 billion of those devices, actually. That includes, desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. The leaders there were (obviously) Samsung and Apple, with Apple accounting for 20.3% and Samsung accounting for 21.2%.
sony smart watch have a Upgraded version of Bluetooth Smart Watch?
SIM CARD SUPPORTED and COULD TAKE PHOTOS,FM Radio BY EARPHONE,it is also compatible with all Bluetooth V3.0 or above enabled smartphones, tablets and PCs (support Android 2.3 or above),such as iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5S, Sumsung S3, S4, Note 2, Note 3, Note 4 ,HTC,LG etc.
There are more and more smart watch in china.The price is so low
So bitter rivals Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Samsung are in a neck-and-neck race to see which can get to the finish line with the first “smart watch” and lay claim to breaking ground on a new class of wearable mobile devices that operate similarly to smartphones and tablets. Go on, those two are at it again? You don’t say.
When Sony announced their new Xperia Z3 smartphones during IFA 2014, one of the new features included was PS4 Remote Play. This new feature meant owners of the new devices could use their Sony smartphones as a second screen for the their Sony PS4 gaming platform. Even better than that, users could continue to play PS4 titles remotely on their mobile device.
Dropbox is an incredible product that keeps all of your files synced across your different devices. Samsung took note of the company and began integrating the software back when they released the Galaxy S III, giving users a free 50GB pass.
Amid all the Microsoft Surface vs. Apple iPad noise, The VAR Guy is closely watching Samsung’s endpoint and mobile device strategy — which includes smartphones, tablets, Google Chromebooks, Chromeboxes and perhaps even some cloud services. Here’s why Samsung demands The VAR Guy’s attention — and partner attention.
Let’s start with the Google Android market.