Samsung has shipped more than 20 million Galaxy S4 smartphones since its launch 68 days ago - but has just missed out on matching the pace of the iPho...
With lots of talk about what features early prototypes of iPhone and iPad may have had, it's clear these extra functionalities are important to the way we use our gadgets. I see this as the next big trend for smartphone cases and it will be interesting to see if manufacturers pick up on the need to add features that allow us to more fully immerse our gadgets into our lives.
Danny Kitchen, a 5 year-old from Bristol, racked up a bill of £1700 in less than 10 minutes. He'd been buying bombs in the 'free' app Zombies vs. Ninja at £69.99 per pack. He bought 19, as well as various other bonuses. When asked what happened Danny said, "I'm not sure how I did it, I thought it was free."
One of the traditional barriers to online shopping has been the fact that consumers like to hold items in their hands and examine the quality up close. Clever technologies, such as the Retina screen of the iPad, are helping the most innovative in the industry to experiment with things like textured screens to emulate the feel of items.
HTC recently released their latest Android based smartphone, the HTC One. One of the the features that HTC were really pushing was the new camera and its features, including a new one called HTC Zoe. In order to show how well the camera works with Zoe, I went on a walking tour of East London to check out what it could do.