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For the very first time, the quarterly smartphone sales have announced that smartphones have outpaced PC sales during 2011’s Q4. More reason to celebrate: it wasn’t even close! Canalys, a mobile market research firm, has released an estimate that 158.5 million smartphones were sold during the last quarter of 2011….

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Ever since its entry in the smartphone market in 2008, Android’s spot in the market has reduced. From its 52.5% share in Q3 2011, Android only reached 47.0% in the last quarter of 2011. This data has been reported by ABI Research; who really didn’t have to explain the reason…

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The iPad should be worried. Even with them still reigning the tablet market, Android powered tablets aren’t too far behind! On the last quarter of 2011, the iPad lost 10% in its sales to rival Android. Comparing this with the 68.2% figure obtained from their 2010 sales, their Q4 sales…

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With WebOS announcing its own retirement and BlackBerry on its deathbed, ComScore’s most recent numbers should not come as much of a shock. More specifically, in ComScores July to October 2011 Smart Phone Market Share numbers, WebOS has been completely wiped from the competition. In addition, RIM continues its head…

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In March 2011, Nielsen first reports Android’s U.S. market dominance over Apple iOS and RIM in terms of smartphones. After three months, Android widens the lead, plus it now takes the top spot in data usage. According to Nielsen’s most recent smartphones survey, 37% of mobile phone users are now…

According to the research analysts Gartner, Android has successfully taken control of 25% of the world’s smartphones. This means that it now occupies the number two spot behind Symbian, but crucially for the Android fans, ahead of Apple’s iOS. This is great news for Android as an mobile OS, but…

Android and the mobile web market share

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by on September 6, 2010 6:48 am
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Quantcast are reporting that Android’s share of the mobile Internet is still increasing at a remarkable rate. For those not in the know, ‘Quantcast is a media measurement, web analytics service that allows users to view audience statistics for millions of websites.’ According to their most recent research, Android OS…

Android market position summary

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by on February 26, 2010 4:51 am
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Every few months we bring you an update courtesy of Admob mobile advertisement statistics. AdMob is one of the world’s largest mobile advertising networks, offering solutions for discovery, branding and monetization on the mobile web. This puts them in a great position when it comes to providing a cross-section of…

A web metrics company going by the name of Net Applications has recently announced that Google’s Android holds 6.15 percent of the Internet mobile browsing market share, putting it in 4th position behind No. 2 Java ME’s 9.06 percent and No. 3 Windows Mobile’s 6.91 percent. Obviously the big gun…