It seems that at least one carrier had a good third quarter of 2014 with T-Mobile reporting their biggest ever growth. Touting 1.4 million new subscribers of branded postpaid net
Yesterday, Verizon released their Q4 earnings, and total 2012 earnings. The growth seen on their front is terrific, as follows for Q4: 2.2 million net customer additions in the quarter,
2011 was certainly a big year for Android, so it’s not really a surprise to us that Millenial Media’s Mobile Mix year in review report shows Android on the top
We had an interesting press release come across our desks today, concerning the company Pinger and it’s Textfree app for Android. The gist of the press release was how fast it took the number of Android users to gain parity with the number of iOS users using Textfree on Apple devices. So how long do you think it took for the Android app to catch up?
Another day, another confirmation that Android is taking over the world. This time we learn that Android grew 1,580 percent in Q4 in Western Europe.
Fiercemobilecontent.com is reporting that a mobile market research firm called the “NPD Group” has found that Android had increased it’s market share in the US during the 4th quarter of last year.
Remember last year when Touch Revolution introduced the Android kitchen?
Touch Revolution has been busy, and at this year’s CES, they released info about their working with Android. On their site, they mentioned their “groundbreaking implementation of Android on a 21.5” TRū™ Multi-Touch Monitor on a recumbent exercise bike with an innovative touch screen user interface powered by Touch Revolution’s NIMble™ Embedded Touch Computer.”
No one will contradict me when I say that when it comes to application stores, Apple has it down and Google is the unfortunate underdog. With only a couple years
No matter when you got into Android, whether it was since the beginning of time (November 5, 2007) or since a week ago, you have seen Android grow in some
Another month, another great report from AdMob.Â We know Android is gaining ground in the smart phone market, especially here in the US.Â But where does it come from and