Tag Archive: Compete

Can Huawei’s 2017 flagships compete against the Galaxy S8 in the UK?

Huawei isn’t targeting the same super-high price tier as Samsung with its new flagships. Nevertheless, the P10 series has a formidable high street presence.

If you’re used to the Apple/Samsung duopoly as it exists in the U.S. right now — sure, with a bit of LG and Motorola thrown in — then it might be a surprise to learn that Huawei is a major force in the UK market. The Chinese manufacturer has slowly but surely been  [Read More…]

Canada’s Freedom Mobile is finally getting the phones and coverage it needs to compete

Something good is happening at Freedom Mobile.

Back when Freedom Mobile was called Wind Mobile, it was seen by the Big Three Canadian carriers as a pest that wouldn’t go away. Now that Shaw Communications owns the company, and is growing its LTE network in major cities around the country, it’s becoming a much bigger force to be reckoned with.

Much of that comes from the growth of its LTE network, which is expanding in all directions  [Read More…]

Samsung Hello might soon compete with Google Home, Amazon Echo

It’s expected that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will arrive with a virtual assistant named Bixby. You know who else has a flagship that takes advantage of an AI-driven helper? Google. The Pixel and Pixel XL ship out with the Google Assistant onboard, but the AI companion also lives in the Google’s connected speaker, the Home. […]

Three things Google needs to do to truly compete with Alexa inside the home

Amazon Echo is a voice controlled speaker that features the personal assistant called Alexa, who will perform various tasks on your behalf. Launched a few years back, the device proved to be extremely popular with consumers, so it’s no wonder we’ve starting to see alternatives appear on the market. At CES 2017, Lenovo unveiled an

KPhone K5 review: can this mid-range iPhone clone compete in the US?

If you’ve been following the Android space for some time, then you’ve likely sees the growing trend of unlocked smartphones. Whereas just a few years ago customers were content to fork out a couple hundred dollars and ink a two-year contract, today’s buyers are more reluctant to sign a long-term commitment. Moreover, we’re finding that

HTC Vive reviews are in, and create a fantastic place to compete

Vive day has arrived, and it looks like HTC and Valve have released something fantastic.

News that HTC and Valve would be working together to release a competing VR headset to the Oculus Rift came as a surprise. Despite the constant stream of rumors that Valve was working on VR behind closed doors, HTC seemed like an unlikely partner for this sort of project. Over the last year we’ve seen the HTC Vive go from damned  [Read More…]

Sprint introduces new data plans to compete with Verizon

Yesterday, Sprint announced new data plans called Better Choice Plans. Designed to give customers simplicity, value and a faster data connection, these plans are directly competing with Verizon’s “The Verizon Plan“. The Better Choice Plans give customers more data at lesser prices than Verizon‘s plan.

Better Choice Plan Pricing:

S: 3GB for $ 30 M: 6GB for $ 45 L: 12GB for $ 60 XL: 24GB for $ 80 XXL: 40GB for $ 100

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Looking for a new fun game? Compete in epic MMA Fights with MMA Federation available now

Mixed Martial Arts(MMA) has become one of the fastest growing sports around the globe. Stars like Georges St. Pierre, Ronda Rousey, Chuck Liddell, Anderson Silva, and Dana White have made MMA immensely popular.

As a fan you can now join the fight by downloading MMA Federation from the Google Play Store. I’ve been playing the game for a couple days now and am having a hard time putting it down. The graphics are top notch, game play is fun and  [Read More…]

GM plans to compete against Android Auto with Android infotainment system

In addition to being a partner to Google’s Android Auto, General Motors is planning on launching a full-fledged Android infotainment system sometime in 2016. The automaker has partnered with Harman International as part of a $ 900 million deal that would bring some skinned version of Google’s Android operating system to the dash of vehicles in General Motors’ fleet.

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Samsung speeds up Galaxy Note 4 launch to compete with the iPhone 6


With Apple having claimed to ship 10 million units over the iPhone 6 launch weekend, Samsung now feel the need to expedite the Galaxy Note 4 release in an attempt to compete with the device, which they see as a direct competitor.

Consequently, Samsung are speeding up the Note 4 launch and will start with South Korea by making the device available the day after  [Read More…]