Mar 2, 2015 ... It might work in theory: Build a better smartphone — and the world will beat a
path to your door. Unfortunately, the rules in the cutthroat mobile ...
Aug 22, 2016 ... AMD claws back some discrete-GPU market share. by Zak Killian — 8:25 ...
Perhaps cards built with that chip will help things along even more.
Dec 17, 2014 ... ... of bigger phones sees company claw back market share ... period in 2013 and
you can look to the decline in feature phones for that shortfall.
In recent years, due to the pressure of competitive smartphone market, HTC
developed ... competitive advantage over its competitors to claw back the lost
market share remains a ... mobile phone shipments will be accounted for by
Dec 21, 2012 ... Apple now has a 53.3 percent share of the U.S. smartphone market, the largest ...
Kantar said HTC, Nokia and Sony are all in a close race for third place. ... Nokia
is managing to claw back some of its share in Great Britain through ... “The next
period will prove crucial in revealing initial consumer reactions to ...
Jan 11, 2017 ... HTC Rolls Out New All Glass Phone With AI; CVS Announces Cheaper
Alternative to EpiPen; Amazon Will Hire 100,000 Full-time the Next 18 Months ...
iPhone Claws Back Market Share from Android; Tesla's Gigafactory Will ...
Mar 8, 2013 ... The company has recently launched its HTC One smartphone, despite its. ... to
save the company to claw back some of the market shares that it has lost to ... In
addition, could the company clinch some market share of Apple in ...
03 October 2013 - CNBC asks ORACA 'Can Telecom Italia avoid a credit ... 07
January 2013 - ORACA discusses 'Can HTC Claw Back Market Share?
Jan 28, 2013 ... Not only will Nokia, Research in Motion and others have to contend ... While
those two companies had respective market shares of 4.9% and ... as HTC, LG
and other smartphone manufacturers looking to claw back share.
Oct 9, 2014 ... HTC has launched a "selfie" smartphone with a powerful front camera, as it
attempts to use differentiating features to claw back market share.