If you haven’t heard, the Android OS is pretty popular these days. Both the NPD and Canalys have released their Q3 numbers, which paint a pretty picture for our favorite green mascot. Some of us were expecting Android’s unprecedented growth to slow down just a bit after the huge numbers posted in Q2, but that ... Read More »
Does anyone still need proof that the Android OS is becoming the most popular smartphone platform of choice? NPD’s latest report shows Android secured the number one spot in the U.S. for Q2 as the most popular smartphone OS purchased by consumers.
The Android OS accounted for 33% of the overall smartphone purchases in Q2 ... Read More »
After numerous reports that Android had surpassed the iPhone OS as the number two mobile phone operating system in the U.S market, Apple has fired back with comments to an Apple-centric blog denouncing the NPD numbers.
Whether or not this is a form of PR damage control by Apple, the rep does make a ... Read More »
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New market research from The NDP Group confirms Android phones outsold the iPhone last quarter in the United States. RIM’s Blackberry OS remained at the top with 36%, while Android jumped to number two with 28%, followed by the iPhone OS at only 21%.
Now that all four major U.S. carriers (and several regional) are ... Read More »