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.
Today, Google officially took the wraps off Google Play Game Services, its attempt at offering mobile gamers the ultimate cross-platform gaming experience. How will Google differentiate it from the myriad other cross-platform game services out there?
Technology research firm Gartner has released its smartphone sales report for the first quarter of 2013, which puts both Android and Samsung as leaders in their respective markets. Read on for the full details.
Today, ABC announced its plans to launch a live TV streaming service for paying subscribers of cable and satellite providers as part of its app for the iPhone and iPad. Is this the beginning of a new trend for broadcasters?
Latest figures show that Android was the operating system of choice for over 59% of the smart devices that were shipped during the first three months of this year. What can Apple and Microsoft do better to compete with Android?
Android and iOS platforms differ in terms of popular apps in both free and paid categories. While Android users prefer utilities and communication apps, iOS users are quite fond of games.
Microsoft has some good business software, but there are a lot of businesses switching to Google for their enterprise solutions. Schools are also getting into Chromebooks. Those are two institutions that really need computers, so how can they switch?