SwiftKey are busy sharing details about just how popular their keyboard is for Android. Being one of the most successful and popular 3rd party keyboards to date, they've been near the top of the "top paid" charts for some time. Today announced they have over 150,000 5-star reviews in the Play Store, and to show their celebration and appreciating they've cut the price in half.
Verizon has its way.
Google in regards to reports that they've been discount pricing Android to manufacturers with the expectation that they increase Google App awareness to their clients.
Samsung CEO JK Shin has spoke out in regards to a recent JPMorgan report. Said report, for those who may have missed that, suggested the GALAXY S 4 was falling short of sales expectations. In addition to the comments from the report, JPMorgan also cut the share price estimates by 9.5 percent and lowered the 2013 earnings estimates by 9 percent. Following the JPMorgan report, a similar report was posted by Morgan Stanley.
Samsung will open up an "accessory" retail division, through an online/offline retail product venture in association with Best Buy. This will therefore allow for Samsung to jump into the same fold as Apple, with their Apple stores' accessory section.
Samsung GS4 entered the market with high hopes of reaching its yearly 100 million sales goal. 10 million sales into the first month, the company was prepared for yet another phenomenal success. Analysts however, fear that may not be the case, and are taking precautions against slowing sales.
HTC, today we've learned some details about just how well their new flagship smartphone, the HTC One, has actually been doing. The new smartphone has sold roughly 5 million units to date since launch, and even more have shipped. It has been available for around a month and a half, so that isn't too bad.
Consumer Reports have just crowned a new king in the smartphone world. The impressive new Samsung GALAXY S 4, which has only been available about a month, has already knocked down the previous top pick. The LG Optimus G has held the position for quite some time due to the specs, features, and price all bundled into one, but Samsung changed it all.
Google Glass. Right? While most of the general public probably has absolutely no idea what "Project Glass" actually is, many of us tech fans are patiently awaiting these next-gen wearable electronics to arrive. And in fact, they are already here for some. Google's recently started shipping Glass to developers, and now we're hearing the could sell over 10 million in the next few years.
ASUS and Google have sold of their popular Nexus 7, you won't have much luck. The folks from Google are pretty quiet when it comes to sales figures, and we still don't have any concrete details. Today however some analysts have reported that the slate has sold roughly 4.6 million units since hitting the market.