As of yesterday, the Android Flash app can no longer be downloaded from the Google Play store, confirming what many people said from the very beginning: that Flash is bloat, slow, and unsuitable for mobile devices!
Gartner is out with new numbers showing just what kind of toll the wait for the iPhone 5 is having on worldwide phone sales.
In much the same way your parents warned you about “hanging out with the wrong people,” Apple tried to warn Samsung that Android “encouraged” others to use Apple’s patented technology in their phones.
Google may be keeping it’s head down during the clashes between their Android partners and Apple, but that doesn’t mean they’ve abandoned them either. They’ve been working behind the scenes with Samsung while it fights the company from Cupertino.
New data from IDC casts light on just how much impact Android and iOS are having on the smartphone market. As is turns out, iOS and Android combined accounted for a massive 85% of all smartphone shipments worldwide last quarter!
If you’re like me, your fat thumbs may not have a problem doing emails and text messages, (thank you autocorrect). But when it comes to entering passwords, well… Now Nuance has released a new software platform that promises to allow developers to authenticate a user by the sound of their voice.
Following previous research suggesting that Android’s growth may be leveling off, a new report from Strategy Analytics reveals that Apple’s smartphone market share continues to rise, while Android’s market share declined last quarter.
A new report from Opera Software says the iPhone is the top performer in the “mobile ad monetization performance space”. (God, I love technical talk!) It’s closely followed by Android devices, then there’s a large gap, and “all the rest” fall in behind.
According to a new survey from mobile platform development company Appcelerator, Apple’s iOS is jumping ahead of Google’s Android platform in enterprise development.
Google and Apple have had their fair share of differences over the years. Google’s latest argument against Apple, however, is a bit bizarre – in essence, that their products have caught on so well that they should be considered standards!
In a note issued to clients earlier today, well-known analyst Gene Munster provided the results of Piper Jaffray’s annual mobile phone survey, and made a number of interesting observations about the results.
A new Nielsen Survey shows that 2 out of 3 Americans who purchased a new mobile phone in the last three months chose a smartphone instead of a feature phone. As of June 2012, 54 percent of survey respondents said they chose an Android handset and 36 percent bought an iPhone.
Amid reports last week that Amazon is working on a smartphone, The Wall Street Journal says the online retailer is already testing handsets with displays between 4 to 5-in, and could begin production of the device as early as late this year.
Amazon has just announced their competitor to Apple’s Game Center. It’s called GameCircle, and Amazon says it will be a new gaming experience for developers and the Kindle Fire.
Research in Motion (RIM) customers, which include GoDaddy Group Inc. and asset management firm Thames River Capital UK, are preparing for the worst: losing the BlackBerry service their employees depend on for their communication.
As Apple and Google continue to grapple with each other over domination of the mobile, comScore’s latest research provides some very compelling insight into how the race is going revealing that iOS is currentky gaining share at twice Android’s rate.