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Android, as a platform, has grown to reach nearly 80 percent (79.3%) of the smartphone market, according to a new International Data Corporation (IDC) report. The same time frame (Q2
The latest comScore figures are out, and even though Apple took the top spot for smartphone manufacturers, Android still leads as the number one smartphone platform. Smartphone ownership rose slightly
Three out of every four U.S. consumers age 25-34 now own a smartphone, according to a new report out of Nielsen Up from 59 percent last year (July 2011), it’s the
We’re not going to beat you over the head with yet another report about how Android is the king of the smartphone market. OK, maybe just a little bit. It’s
While overall sales decline, Android grows its market share from 43.1 percent to 64.1 percent.
Samsung and Apple are responsible for 90 percent of smartphone profits, according to new findings out of ABI Research. Collectively capturing more than half (55 percent) of the market, the
The top three hardware makers for Android in the United States are HTC, Motorola, and Samsung.
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
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
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
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
A new post on Nielsen’s official blog breaks down mobile operating systems and the various handset makers and their respective shares. At 39 percent, Android accounts for the largest share
Nielsen has found that more than half of all U.S. consumers who purchased a cell phone in the last month bought themselves a smart phone. At 55-percent, this is up
It’s the start of a new month which means it’s time for more surveys, reports, and findings to start rolling in. Among the first this month comes the comScore MobiLens