The Android game, for now, looks to be Samsung’s to lose.
The latest comScore MobiLens report out and, for the first time, the number of U.S. smartphone subscribers has eclipsed the 100-million mark. Growing 13 percent from October, the finding tells us that there are 101.3 million American users running around with smartphones. As to exactly what brand and platforms …
According to research firm Gartner, Android captured 50.9 percent of all smartphone sales in the fourth quarter of 2011. Pulling just over half of all sales in the final three months of the year, it’s enough to double Apple’s iOS 23.8 percent share. Symbian, for its …
According to new data out of the NPD Group, nearly 3 out of every 5 new smartphone buyers are picking up Android devices. The information collected over the fourth quarter of 2011 tells us that people prefer Android 57% of the time, followed by iOS …
Android 4.0 has started to make a dent in the platform versions chart, but Gingerbread leads all.
The newest Mobile Mix report is out, giving us a decent look at the mobile landscape through October 2011. There’s not a ton new this time around however we figured some of it was worth sharing. Android, as a platform, remains the top mobile platform …
With more than 60 million Android handsets sold in Q3, Android has doubled its market share over 2010.
The latest stats from ComScore are out and, as one might expect, Android has continued to grow its lead over other mobile platforms. Increasing by nearly 5 points (4.6) over the previous quarter and now commands 44.8 percent of the U.S. smartphone market. Apple, growing …
How’s that for an inflammatory headline? Fortunately, it’s not a stretch or a skewed perspective here; People are buying Android like crazy. The new numbers out of Nielsen today show that more than half of all “recent acquirers” in the United States chose an Android …
A new comScore report is out today which breaks down the smart phone landscape as it pertains to five European countries. Their findings were that Android has grown to the tune of 16.2% year-over-year and now sits as the second most popular mobile platform. Nokia’s …
The latest Millennial Media ‘Mobile Mix’ has landed today and it shows Android continuing its dominance over all other mobile platforms. According to their ad network metrics, Android has grown 15% month-over-month and now has a 61% share of overall smartphone impressions. Apple comes in …
Jumptap, a key player in the mobile advertising industry, has released their latest Mobile STAT report which breaks down a number of metrics that we find interesting. The study is based on the first half of the year (2011) and pulls data from more than …
The June comScore MobiLens report has been released today, providing a solid look at mobile industry trends. The report compiles data from more than 30,000 mobile users in the United States and focuses on the three month period ending in June 2011. As you can …
Market research outfit Canalys released their latest finding today, covering the second quarter of the year( Q2 ’11) and it’s got plenty of good Android data. According to their figure, our favorite mobile platform has grown to the tune of 379% over the same quarter …
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