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Based in Ireland, Accenture is one of the largest consulting firms in the world. From time to time, the company releases studies or surveys focusing on technology market and mobile computing,... offering precious insights into the evolution of the complex world of technology.

One of Accenture’s most recent presentations took place at MWC (Mobile World Congress) and focused on Andr...

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Another month, another set of statistics revealed by Google for us to ogle and scrutinize. So, which Android platform is ruling the universe, and which is heading straight to the black hole?... Here’s a spoiler, there’s really no significant shake-up from last month. Let’s work our way down from the top and analyze the Android platform distribution chart among Android devices owners t...

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Google has never been the one to shy away from releasing data of active Android devices and of their respective Android versions. In fact, the Android OS distribution data is updated every fortnight... on the company’s developer page. Reported first by Mobile Syrup, here’s the latest data for the week ending of March 5. You won’t find any surprises, since the outcome is one that is rather predictable...

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Kantar WorldPanel ComTech has recently unveiled the results of a survey they conducted. According to them, more than half the population of Great Britain is now a proud owner of a smartphone.... And, on that topic, the logical question to ask is: which mobile OS is preferred, iOS or Android? Yep, you guessed it – the winner is Android.

The statistical company surveyed a total of 1...

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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. This was a huge boost for smartphones compared to the 120.2 million sales of...

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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 behind this fallout.

Everyone knows that with the launch of the iPhone 4S, the market pretty much became a l...

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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 only reached 57.6% in 2011. This is data collected by a research firm called Strategy Analytics

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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 first dive from 1st place down 21.7 to 17.2 percent. If you don’t co...

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The latest report from market research company The NPD Group (NPD) shows Android continuing to hold on to its crown as the dominant operating system in the U.S. smartphone market. Android was on 52%... of smartphone units sold in the second quarter of this year, according to NPD.

Experiencing “slight” growth in market share, Apple’s iOS trailed behind at second place with 29%...

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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 on smartphones, and 36% of those are using an Android device, up from 29% last March. Tha...