We’re towards the end of January 2015 but it already looks like Apple has had a pretty good start to the year, having announced that they managed to sell a whopping 74.5 million iPhones in the previous quarter, breaking some records in the process. The Cupertino company has also managed to nab a 33% market share in South Korea and according to reports, is expected to gain on Samsung in terms of sales.
Despite all of that, an analyst from Jefferies & Co. still seems to believe that 2015 could be the year of Samsung. The analyst points at some of Samsung’s development such as flexible OLED displays and 14nm chipsets as some of the reasons as to why Samsung could be expected to have a good 2015. Read full post →Analyst Believes 2015 Could Be The Year Of Samsung
Project Spartan, for those who missed Microsoft’s Windows 10 announcement, will be the default browser when it comes to the Windows 10 platform. New operating system, new browser, we guess we can see where Microsoft is coming from, but what about older builds of Windows, like those on Windows 7?
Can Windows 7 users expect to get Project Spartan on their computers as well? The semi-good news is that Microsoft has not ruled out the possibility. According to the IE Dev Chat Twitter account, this is something Microsoft is keeping an eye on and if there is enough demand from Windows 7 users, bringing Project Spartan onto Windows 7 is a possibility. “Spartan is currently targeted at Win10. We’re focused on getting ppl upgraded (free) but will watch Win7 demand.” Read full post →Project Spartan Could Arrive On Windows 7 If There Is Enough Demand