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.
Based on the portrayal of Google in one of Microsoft’s more recent TV ads, it may look like Google is in a bind with Apple over phones, while Microsoft sits the fight out and generally just keeps enjoying its peaceful existence. However, reality could not possibly be farther from the truth. Microsoft is currently battling with Google for the right to let users download and use a Windows Phone-based YouTube app for, well, watching YouTube videos on Windows Phone. But apparently, Google doesn’t want that. And according to an exclusive report on The Verge, Google has now issued a cease…
The Switch to Windows Phone app has made its way onto the Google Play Store. What did Android users make of it?
A new Windows Phone ad will start showing on TV today and, while it pokes fun at Android users too, it’s pretty funny. Check it out and tell us what you think!
The Facebook Home Android launch has triggered a strong reaction from Microsoft, in an article that executive Frank X. Shaw posted on the official company blog.
Microsoft wants to take its Windows Phone Challenge in to your living room by airing a 30 second TV commercial comparing the camera in the Lumia 920 to Samsung’s Galaxy S3.
HTC has won the 2013 red dot design award for its innovative work on the Windows Phone 8X and 8S smartphones.
Recent data is showing Android is used to power some 42% of all consumer compute devices. That isn’t 42% of all mobile phones, but 42% of all consumer level devices including media players, tablets, Smart TV systems and of course smartphones.
Nokia’s MWC 2013 show will focus on its Lumia range of smartphones, with Nokia-branded tablets (Android or otherwise) a no-show – for now – according to a report.
Leaked images of a Samsung smartwatch – the Galaxy Watch? – have been leaked showing the device running a non-Android OS.