More of the ever present end-of-the-year forecasts are out, and they are predicting that Apple will shed some of its tablet market share as Android tablets increase in popularity.
If you take all the titles available in Apple’s App Store, and combine it with Google Play’s catalog, you’ll come up with a count of more than 1.4 million apps. Those are from hundreds of thousands of developers…
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt sat down for an interview with The Wall Street Journal, and addressed his company’s relationship with Apple.
Google Play continues to see strong growth, as its revenue is 311% higher than last year. This is according to a new study by App Annie Intelligence. However, Apple’s iTunes App Store made four times as much revenue over the same period.
Tell us something we didn’t know. Or at least give us an infographic. That’s exactly what Ladbrokes has done, confirming yet again that Android is an absolute nightmare from a security point of view
We’ve heard a lot about companies handing out iPhones or iPads to their employees, but what about going the other way? Well, one pretty big fish has been encouraging its employees to switch to Android: Facebook.
Holiday shoppers are hitting the online stores in search of bargains again this year, and their shopping tool of choice? iOS devices. A report by IBM shows iOS users are shopping online three times as much as Android users.
HTC chief executive Peter Chou says the company is happy with its patent settlement with Apple, but calls the media estimates that has HTC paying the Cupertino company $6 – $8 per phone “very, very, wrong.”
Here’s a statement you can add to the ‘Ballmer WTF!?’ category. He claimed that the iPhone is highly priced and controlled and that Android is wild in an interview with with LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman.
In an order handed down on Thursday, U.S. Judge Paul S. Grewal granted requests from both Apple and Samsung to add additional products, such as the flagship Samsung Galaxy S III and Apple iPhone 5 handsets, to their patent dispute which is scheduled to begin hearings in 2014.
Even though Android has a seeming lock on the smartphone market, and has made inroads in video traffic, a study from Freewheel today shows that iOS still makes up 60% of the mobile video traffic on the web.
Google may be winning market share with their Android mobile operating system, but Apple and Microsoft could make more from Android than Google. Possibly up to 600% more in 2013!
There are, by Google’s estimation, around 675,000 apps on the Play store. However, a large chunk of those have been classified as ‘high risk’ in research published today by security vendor Bit9.
Even though Android captured an impressive 75% of all smartphone sales in the 3rd quarter, a new analysis shows that it’s growth is slowing down over the past six months while iOS is still making healthy gains.
Google’s Android Operating System is the most used mobile OS in the world. While its presence on smartphone and tablet devices continues to rise, so does its reputation as being susceptible to malware and malicious attacks.
The Verge is reporting today that Microsoft’s Office Suite will be coming to iOS and Android. The report says the release is planned for early 2013.