The iPhone 5S has been dethroned from its title of Britain's most popular smartphone. But Samsung can't celebrate just yet; the top place in the uSwitch.com July Mobile Tracker has been taken by the 5S' cheaper sibling, the iPhone 5C. The woes for Samsung don't end there, either; the Galaxy S3 has dropped below tenth
Samsung has achieved an impressive share of the UK's smartphone market, producing half of the UK's top ten phones. The uSwitch.com Mobile Tracker report for May, which is based on sales, pre-orders and live searches, found that although the Apple iPhone 5S has remained the country's most popular phone for its eighth consecutive month, it
Although Apple's iPhone 5S has retained its dominance in the UK market, the Samsung Galaxy S5 looks set to be a serious contender to the throne. The uSwitch.com Mobile Tracker report found that while the iPhone 5S has spent seven months as Britain's most popular mobile, the Galaxy S5 has shot to third place in
Samsung's flagship Galaxy S5 smartphone has a security vulnerability that could leave people's PayPal accounts and confidential information accessible to criminals, specialists have warned. In a YouTube clip, Security Research Labs demonstrated how they could incorporate an image of a user's fingerprint onto a rubber mould and use this to fool the smartphone's fingerprint sensor.
The iPhone 5S remained the most popular smartphone in the UK over January, representing its fourth consecutive month dominating the uSwitch.com Mobile Tracker. Demand for Apple's flagship smartphone has been consistent since it was released, and could increase in the weeks and months to come as prices drop. In January 2014, iPhone 5S deals were
The gold-coloured iPhone 5S is now the most popular phone in the UK, uSwitch.com's Mobile Tracker report has revealed. The handset boasts fingerprint ID technology and 16GB of storage, and is available for just £37 a month on certain contracts. The impressive list of features and affordable price led to the phone receiving the highest