Following a report earlier this week stating that the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 are the world’s top 2 best-selling smartphones, FixYa presents some findings to add extra icing to the iPhone cake. Not only is the iPhone the most popular smartphone in the world – it’s also the most reliable. In fact, it is three times more reliable than Samsung smartphones!
China has passed the U.S. as the biggest market for iOS and Android devices. A new report says China has surpassed the U.S. for the total number of smart devices in operation.
As if the horrifying wave of malware affecting Android devices (which can now even infect your PC!) wasn’t bad enough, ZDNet reports that Google is also sending users’ personal information to Google Play developers (including names and addresses) without permission – a massive privacy violation if there ever was one.
Apple’s iPhone and iPad do very well in the consumer sector. Now, a new report indicates that Apple’s popular devices are poised to challenge Microsoft in the enterprise too.
Net Applications published a report on Friday, saying the web presence of Android devices peaked in November at 28% and has been drifting down ever since. Apple’s iOS however, has been rising since October, following the company’s launch of the iPhone 5 and iPad mini.
Mobile ecosystems analysts VisionMobile has released its fourth Developer Economics report. The 2013 report looked at developer opinions in order to chart which platforms have the highest mindshare among developers, as well as which platforms make the most money for developers.
Strategy Analytics has released their numbers that measure global smartphone operating system shipments and marketshare for Q4 of 2012, and they say that iOS and Android together accounted for 92 percent of all shipments.
You have a crush on a girl, and you have big plans for your future together. You’re ready to make your move… Then someone else catches her eye, wins her heart, and takes her away to fame and fortune. Welcome to Verizon’s world.
Apple held on to its lead in the U.S. smartphone market, as iOS was the top selling smartphone platform during the 3 month period ending December 23rd. It grabbed 51.2% of sales, while Google’s Android OS captured 44.2%.
Google CEO Larry Page had a few things to say about Steve Jobs’ ‘thermonuclear war’ against Android. When asked to respond to reports about the ‘war’, Page simply replied: “How well is that working?”
The little green thing that represents Android today could have been yellow (or blue, or red) with weird eyes – and downright scary. Android engineer Dan Morrill posted some pretty horrific early concept art of the Android logo to his Google+ account.
I ran into Atlas President and Co-Founder Michel Bayan while at CES 2013 today, and he was kind enough to show my an intriguing time management platform his company is working on.
A new survey of U.S. mobile subscribers has been released, and it shows that Apple’s iPhone continues to grab a bigger share of the market, up 1.4 percentage points to 18.5%.
The Angry Birds just keep soaring! Out of the 17.4 million iOS and Android activations on Christmas Day, it seems almost half of those users almost immediately downloaded an Angry Birds game!
Flurry released stats today for app downloads worldwide for the 2012 holiday season, and the numbers are pretty amazing. The stats cover the time period of Christmas Day to New Years Day 2012.
Earlier this year, we wrote about a new virtualization app called BlueStacks, which allows users to run Android apps on a Mac. The initial alpha released in June only featured support for 17 apps – but as VentureBeat notes, the app has now entered beta, and includes support for every current app on the Google Play store.