You know what happens to those companies that fully embrace Android? They double their sales, that’s what. HTC has once again bested its performance from the previous year, and even the last month. The Taiwanese company reached a whopping $1.42 billion in sales during the month of May. In comparison, HTC made $1.35 ... Read More »
comScore is back with its monthly smartphone report, and the results are anything but surprising. Just like we’ve been seeing for the past 18 months, Android is still growing at a rapid pace. A bit more interesting though, is the fact that Apple’s iOS surpassed RIM’s Blackberry during the month of April. This ... Read More »
It’s that time of the week again, folks. Another research firm is reporting that Android is the most popular mobile platform in the U.S. This time is Nielsen’s turn, which today released its mobile report covering the three-month period from February to April.
Gartner has just released its quarterly mobile report, and yes just like we hear every week, Android is still growing at a rapid pace. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said about its competitors. Symbian will soon ship less units than Apple and Windows Phone is less than a percent away from getting thrown ... Read More »
It’s that time of the month again, folks. comScore’s mobile report for the month of March has been released, and yes Android’s still growing and taking RIM’s lunch money. Android widened its gap with RIM throughout March, despite fierce competition from the Verizon iPhone, Windows Phone 7 and Blackberry. While Android is doing ... Read More »
Gartner, Inc. released their updated projections for the worldwide mobile OS market share distributions through 2014 and Android is the undisputed winner finishing out this year as the number two mobile OS worldwide and a continuous upward trend leaving it knocking on Symbian’s door by 2014.
The writing has been on the wall with Android’s ... Read More »
We were pretty impressed with NPD’s Q2 numbers, but it looks like Q3 will be even more impressive. During an interview at the Techonomy conference, Google’s Eric Schmidt let slip that 200,000 new Android phones are being activated every single day. In May, Google made the announcement at their I/O conference that daily ... Read More »