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iPhone clearly not dead yet as Android growth stalls

According to recent web browsing data Android's worldwide market share remained flat at 36.9% while Apple's iOS grew from 23.26%, in December, to 27.21% in February.
by Gary SimsMarch 19, 201324

Google Now for iPhone and iPad outed in leaked, then pulled, YouTube video

A leaked YouTube video reveals Google Now for iPhone and iPad, although the product is not yet official.
by Chris SmithMarch 12, 201321

Indie application developers are facing potential extinction

One aspect that we as consumers constantly overlook is how hard the developers of our favorite applications work to keep us happy. Generally speaking, the primary reason people are ...
by Brendan LynchMarch 6, 20139

So just how popular is Android?

Recent data is showing Android is used to power some 42% of all consumer compute devices. That isn't 42% of all mobile phones, but 42% of all consumer level devices including media ...
by Gary SimsFebruary 26, 20138

More active Android and iOS users in China than in the USA

Traditionally the USA has been the key market for smartphones and tablets. However, new data is showing that as of February 2013, China has more active Android and iOS smartphone and ...
by Gary SimsFebruary 19, 2013

Google Search on tablets to generate $5 billion in 2013, report says

A new report says that Google may generate $5 billion in revenue this year from Google Search and mobile ads on tablets only.
by Chris SmithFebruary 12, 2013

Can other platforms survive without Google services?

As our friendly neighborhood search giant extends its tentacles, drawing together more and more useful functionality, you may well wonder if you can manage without Google. Would a lack ...
by Simon HillFebruary 12, 201316

FuelBand not coming to Android anytime soon, as Nike focuses on iOS and nikeplus.com

Nike is not interested at this time to offer a FuelBand Android app, focusing instead on the FuelBand iOS app and nikeplus.com.
by Chris SmithFebruary 11, 20137

Blackberry has returned. What does that mean for everyone?

As far as competing operating systems are concerned, there’s no reason to worry, that is, if you’re Samsung or Apple. That said, Blackberry’s return into the field should alarm the ...
by RandyFebruary 11, 201312

Android engagement paradox again? Opera says Android ad impressions growing, but more engagement from iOS

Opera's state of mobile advertising report says Android smartphones are on the rise, but iOS devices still lead the pack in terms of engagement and revenue.
by J. Angelo RacomaFebruary 10, 201314
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