According to NPD, tablet shipments have had their first decline since their rise to fame in 2010.
According to preliminary data from the International Data Corporation (IDC), Apple’s share of the tablet market dropped to below 30 percent during the third quarter of this year against a background of overall growth in the tablet market.
The number of tablets to be shipped during Q4 2013 is forecast to exceed the total number of PCs (desktops plus laptops) shipping during the same period. If you had the money to buy either a laptop or a tablet, which would you get?
Samsung might be one of the biggest mobile players in the globe, but it continues to struggle against Apple in the U.S. tablet market. What needs to change for Samsung to really make a big difference stateside?
For the first time ever, Android tablets out-shipped Apple’s iPad tablet line. For the first three months of the year, Android shipped 27.8 million versus Apple’s 19.5 million.
Blackberry CEO Thorsten Heins believes that the tablet isn’t a good business strategy, and will fade into obscurity in as little as five years. Could he prove right, or is his statement completely insane?