NEW YORK — Most leading phones offer the same basics: Big screens, decent battery life and good cameras. So when a newcomer brings something innovative to the party, why is it difficult to break through a phone market dominated by Apple and Samsung?
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By Anick Jesdanun The Associated Press
NEW YORK — Samsung unveiled new smartphones with largely unchanged designs and incremental improvements such as a better camera accompanied by a second annual price increase for many customers.
WARSAW, Poland — The difference between Apple’s new iPhone models is a bit like flying first class compared with coach. We envy first class, but coach gets us there without breaking the budget.
NEW YORK — You might have gotten a taste of “augmented reality,” the blending of the virtual and physical worlds, as you chased on-screen monsters at real-world landmarks in last year’s gaming sensation, “Pokemon Go.”
NEW YORK — Samsung’s fiasco with its fire-prone Note 7 phone has pushed its rival LG to take additional precautions with its next smartphone.
Samsung recalled millions of Note 7 phones after dozens overheated and caught on fire . Samsung blamed numerous problems with its batteries and announced tighter quality controls and more rigorous testing.
NEW YORK — Samsung’s next smartwatch will come with GPS capabilities and the ability to call or text for help by triple-tapping a side button.