With the iPhone turning 10 years old this week, MARGINALIA gathered the opinions of three leading institutions on the impact of this piece of technology on our lives.
The latest smartphone analytics research from Analysys Mason analyses real-world usage from over 8000 smartphones in Germany, India, UK and USA.
New study reveals iPhones are a firm winner when it comes to retaining value. As newer models are introduced, they hold their value better. Samsung is second in the phone depreciation stakes. HTC and LG lose most value out of all smartphone brands.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the next big growth areas for the mobile industry according to a white paper released by IHS Markit.
Smartphones and tablets now account for over 60 percent of all smart connected devices, up from 17 percent in 2008; Messaging and communications apps to grow to 7.5 billion users by 2020. This is according to new analysis released this week by IHS Markit.
Thrive, a software company that develops mobile apps to empower people to manage their mental health independently, announced this week that it has exceeded their fundraising target of £500,000 with the help of ClearlySo, Europe’s impact investment bank. Thrive plans to use the funding to develop more products and grow the commercial capacity of the business.
Although liquid-crystal display (LCD) has dominated mobile phone displays for more than 15 years, organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display technology is set to become the leading smartphone display technology in 2020, according to IHS Markit, a leader in critical information, analytics and solutions.