After eclipsing Symbian, iOS, and RIM, Android shows no sign of letting up. Where will it stop? One expert believes that number is somewhere around 80 percent.
The latest Millennial Media report (NOV ’10) is out today and it shows Android and iPhone in virtual tie for first place in smart phone OS share. With 38 percent a piece, Android and iOS devices double the next closest platform, RIM, who sits at 19 percent of the pie.
There’s nothing quite like a graph to help understand figures, estimates, and averages. It’s one thing to read about Android’s growth and RIM’s decline, but it’s entirely different when you see it in graphical form.
Every couple of weeks one of the big analytics companies, be they for activations, browser demographic, or any of a hundred hundred other variables, releases metrics regarding the smartphone world. This year in particular has been an unbelievable year of growth, not just for Android, but …
Android enthusiasts and tech savvy gadget fans will already know this, but Qualcomm is becoming a pretty big deal in the mobile world. Thanks to handsets like the G2, Droid Incredible, and EVO 4G, Qualcomm’s chips are found in three out of every four Android phones. As Android continues its dominance in the smart phone universe, Qualcomm and the ever-popular Snapdragon processor is becoming the de facto benchmark for super phones.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one. The latest comScore report is out and it shows gaining while other mobile platforms stand still or decline.
Today sees yet another report showing Android’s tremendous growth around the world. Research firm Canalys is reporting that our favorite mobile operating system is up a whopping 1,309 percent year-over-year in the third quarter.
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 six months were powered by Android. Apple’s iOS stayed practically still at 25 percent while …
New figures hot off the press! Google has released the latest figures for devices accessing the Android Market and we’re getting closer to a Froyo majority. The period ending October 1 shows all legacy versions of the platform dipping ever so slightly while Android 2.2 …
The latest comScore Report is out and it confirms what we all know: smart phones and Android are taking off like crazy.
Gartner has released a report today that says Android is well on track to becoming the number two (#2) mobile operating system in the world by year end. Expected to end up with around 17.7 percent market share, Android will trail only Symbian in terms …
Bloomberg is reporting a short blurb today about Sony Ericsson and their lofty aspirations. According to Chief Executive Officer Bert Nordberg, SE has their sights set on becoming the number one Android phone supplier in the world.
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 is heating up. Not only do we see Android phones pitted against Windows Mobile and …
Over the last three months, all of the major mobile platforms lost share to Google Android. Although still in fourth place, Android increased by four percentage points from February to May, whereas Android’s number one competitor, Apple decreased one point. (Although, it should be noted …
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