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Smartphone market share – graphic of the day

Worldwide smartphone market share for Samsung and Apple dipped in the second quarter, according to IDC. Today’s graphic shows the total smartphone shipments and market share breakdown.

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Flagship smartphones compared – graphic of the day

Amazon’s new smartphone, which joins their “Fire” lineup of tablets and streaming devices, aims to stand out in a crowded field dominated by Apple and Samsung. The new 3D Fire phone seeks to offer shoppers instant gratification by recognizing thousands of products, television shows and songs and allowing users to immediately buy them on Amazon. Today’s graphic compares the new Amazon Fire to six major competitors on the smartphone market.

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Apple vs. Samsung – graphic of the day

Yesterday, A U.S. judge rejected Apple’s request for a permanent sales ban in the U.S. against some older Samsung smartphones. Today’s graphic is a timeline of Apple’s continuing legal battle with Samsung. Apple’s claims on infringements made by Samsung in their original suit are categorized in three groups, highlighted below.

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UPDATE: Flagship smartphones compared – graphic of the day

UPDATE: We took your comments to heart and added the Google Nexus 5.

Yesterday, Samsung unveiled the latest version of its Galaxy smartphone, the S5. Market expectations for the new device remain subdued, given its comparative lack of innovation. Today’s graphic is a side-by-side comparison of the flagship smartphones from seven of the major players in the industry.

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Why smart everything is dumb

Brace yourself – WiFi fridges and bluetooth toothbrushes are coming. Pitched as a big leap forward, Reuters’ Jon Gordon argues the connected home paradigm is more shortsighted than futuristic.

Tech in 2014: This year’s top battle fronts

For the world’s biggest tech giants, there’s a lot of turf to fight for in 2014, from your wrist to your digital wallet. Reuters’ Jon Gordon reports.

Tablet sales – graphic of the day

Worldwide tablet shipments totaled 47.6 million units in the third quarter of 2013, growing 36.7% year on year. Today’s graphic shows who controls the tablet market.

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Full sized tablets compared – graphic of the day

Yesterday, we posted a graphic comparing some of the most popular “mini” tablets currently on the market. In addition to a new iPad mini, Apple also announced the new iPad Air. Today’s graphic compares the iPad Air to some of its major competitors.

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Mini tablets compared – graphic of the day

Yesterday, Apple announced a new iPad mini that now has a “retina” high-resolution screen and starts at $399, compared with $329 for the previous model. Today’s graphic compares the new iPad mini to some of its major competitors on the market.

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Mini tablets compared – graphic of the day

Yesterday Amazon unveiled two new high-definition tablets with a unique on-screen helpdesk feature. Today’s graphic looks at how they compare to three of the biggest competing tablets on the market, from Apple, Google & Samsung.

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