Tag "android versus iphone"
Apple has recaptured a slight edge in U.S. market share thanks to the launch of the iPhone 5. The twelve week period ending in late October sees Apple pulling in 48.1 percent
Ever find yourself saying one or more of the following things about Android or the iPhone? Ever run down someone else’s handset choice or talk up yours like crazy? Sure
What happens when two hipsters start comparing the cameras in their smartphones?
Since the first whispers of a Verizon iPhone began, the question on many Android enthusiast’s minds was what kind of impact the handset could have. Would it stop Android’s growth
An analyst at BTIG Research is suggesting that Verizon’s top selling handset is the new HTC Thunderbolt, not the iPhone 4. Walter Piecyk and his team called roughly 150 different
Blaze, a company designed to help clients optimize their websites, recently conducted study of mobile browsers to see which was faster. Pitting Android 2.3 against iOS 4.3 there could only be one winner. If you read the headline coming in, you already know what happens. Let’s break the details down a bit though, shall we?
T-Mobile is ready to roll out the latest weapon in the war that is 4G phones and networks. Either they swept into action yesterday afternoon, rounding up all the actors
The Nielsen Company has issued another report that shows Android’s growth continues to skyrocket. According to their data, roughly one in three (32 percent) smart phones sold over the last
Fact: Android is hot. No longer consider a fledgling platform, Google’s mobile OS is taking off faster than ever. At nearly two years in, handsets are moving briskly and competition
The battle between Android and iPhone can now be fought with WWII airplanes thanks to SGN‘s Skies of Glory. Originally released for iPhone back in December, the game features authentic
The Android train keeps gathering steam as evidenced by the latest report from The NPD Group. According to their estimates, Android has eclipsed Apple for second place in the United
Collectively, Android handsets appear to be outselling the iPhone in the Midwest. This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise as AT&T’s 3G coverage is practically non-existent out that way.