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 »
Whoa Microsoft, why don’t we all calm down for a second here? Following the massive acquisition of Skype for $8.5 billion dollars, the software giant is ready to pull out its credit card once again and make an even bigger purchase.
With Google I/O 2011 right around the corner, it’s time to take a quick look at the things Google should announce at the developer conference. Our favorite OS is about to face some really fierce opposition from companies like Apple, Microsoft and Nokia.
All these three companies are doing everything in their power to ... Read More »
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This morning, research firm Canalys, released their latest mobile report and it’s not a shocker. According to the company, Android now sits at the top of the smartphone food chain with 35% of the market. That’s 2.1% more than the quarter before, when it had a 32.9% market share. Android is now the ... Read More »
A few days ago we reported on Android’s growth in the United States — despite the Verizon iPhone. That’s all fine and dandy, but how is Android doing in the rest of the world. Well, pretty great actually. Our favorite green robot buddy is on its way to become the dominant smartphone platform ... Read More »
Feel that, RIM and Nokia? That’s HTC riding the Android train blowing right past you at light speed. Having just passed RIM in market value, HTC just went ahead and soared past Nokia as well. The second-largest Asian smartphone maker reached a $33.8 billion market value, compared to Nokia’s $32.84 billion and RIM’s $28.5 billion. ... Read More »