New figures show that Android is on the road to total dominance in the smartphone market. But once it reaches the top, then what? Will it thrive or decline? Could supremacy led to stagnation and its demise?
A new Reuters report says that Xbox and PC games are coming to Android and iOS devices. Read on for more details!
Microsoft Office finally arrived on iOS but with a limited feature set and no tablet compatibility. When will the service be available for Android as well?
iOS 7 has been announced and so it is time to pit the world’s biggest mobile operating systems in a fight to the death: Android 4.2 Jelly Bean vs iOS 7. Read on for more!
The more people that are reached, the more ad revenue can be realized for Google. The better services are on offer, the happier iOS customers are. It’s good both companies can finally work together.
Apple’s WWDC will be upon us in a few hours, and Apple hopes to reignite a stale iOS, after it has fallen behind Android in recent times. Join us as we take a look at all of the reasons why Android is king of the mobile operating system world.
A new report suggests that Android users spend less time using apps than iOS users – as much as 20 percent less time. Is that true and if so, why?
According to research conducted by Kantar Worldpanel, Android took almost 52% of U.S. smartphone sales in a three month period ending in April 2013, followed closely by Apple.
The most interesting statistic is that iOS users spend 12% of their time visiting websites, while Android users devote 16% on the same task. How much time do you spend visiting websites on your phone?
Google unveiled its new Google Maps for desktop and mobile (Android and iOS) at Google I/O 2013. Read on to find out more details about the new Google Maps features.