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BlackBerry CEO’s wife is having an affair with Android

As if BlackBerry didn’t have enough to contend with in a market that is constantly threatening to leave it behind, CEO John Chen revealed in an interview with Financial Times this weekend that his wife would rather use her Samsung Galaxy than a Passport. Show More Summary

BlackBerry teaches us how to ditch our iPhones and Android phones for a BlackBerry phone

BlackBerry’s share of the smartphone market might be at an all-time low right now, but that hardly means the company is done pushing its devices and services to enterprise customers and, on occasion, to certain groups of consumers as well. Show More Summary

Mozilla calls out iOS and Android as ‘closed systems’ with ‘almost a complete lack of transparency’

While it has yet to become a significant player in the smartphone market, Mozilla is hoping that its open-source Firefox OS will be a game changer when the mobile operating system gains a larger presence in countries like the United States and United Kingdom. In the meantime, the software maker has gone on the offensive […]

iPhone 6 & 6 Plus increase iOS enterprise share at the expense of Android

Good Technology is out with its latest report examining share of mobile platforms in the enterprise and in it noted that iOS was able to grow its market share following the introduction of the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The increase from 67% last quarter to 69% during Q3 isn’t a huge one, but […]

LG to Start Pushing Lollipop to the G3

LG today said it will soon begin distributing Android 5.0 Lollipop to its G3 smartphone. LG will deliver Lollipop to G3 owners in Poland first, followed by "other key markets in the near future." The company claims it is the first handset maker to offer Android 5.0 to its existing device base. Show More Summary

Alibaba helps Rovio migrate Angry Birds: Stella to China

The Android market is huge but highly fractured in China, and Rovio turned to the experts for help.

Best Places To Buy And Sell Used Android Phones

Upgrading to a new phone is expensive, but you can offset some of that cost by selling your old Android phone on the used market. Phones are durable (unless you drop them!) and can last for years, so there’s no shortage of demand. In fact, there’s a number of websites that act as exchanges for phones. Show More Summary

Apple leads smartphone charge claiming most market share

ComScore had released its mobile market share data for the September 2014. In terms of OEM market share, Apple took the lead with 41.7 percent market share whereas Android was seen as the leading platform with its market share divided between Samsung, LG, Motorola, and HTC. Show More Summary

Android leads U.S. smartphone market share, Google apps are among top used

ComScore had released its mobile market share data for the September 2014. In terms of platforms, Android leads with 52.1 percent followed by iOS with 41.7 percent and Microsoft with 3.6 percent. Both Android and Microsoft grew its market share slightly compared the the prior quarter ended in June 2014. Show More Summary

One sweeping infographic breaks down the entire 7-year history of Android

In November of 2007, Google established the Open Handset Alliance and revealed that Android would be its very first product. Seven years later, Google’s mobile operating system seems unstoppable, dominating nearly every major market in the world. Show More Summary

How Much Effort Will Google Inc (GOOGL) And Apple Inc (AAPL) Devote For OnePlus’ Case?

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) are the two obvious leaders in the mobile market, the former through its Android operating system (OS) and the latter by means of tremendous sales of iPhones. However, this dominance is under constant threat as more and more people watch the tech giants’ valuation figures and want to […]

How Much Effort Will Google Inc (GOOGL) And Apple Inc (AAPL) Devote On OnePlus’ Case?

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) are the two obvious leaders in the mobile market, the former through its Android operating system (OS) and the latter by means of tremendous sales of iPhones. However, this dominance is under constant threat as more and more people watch the tech giants’ valuation figures and want to […]

Google Inc (GOOGL), Apple Inc (AAPL): Enemy Spotted, No Backup Needed

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) are the two obvious leaders in the mobile market, the former through its Android operating system (OS) and the latter by means of tremendous sales of iPhones. However, this dominance is under constant threat as more and more people watch the tech giants’ valuation figures and want to […]

REVIEW - Droid Turbo review: Motorola had to leave Google to become the king of Android

The past few years have been crazy for Motorola. After the iPhone rocked the cell phone industry in 2007, Motorola was among the first companies to respond effectively, and it found success in the U.S. market when it launched the Droid with Verizon Wireless in late 2009. Show More Summary

Google Inc (GOOGL) Partnering With Walt Disney Co (DIS) On Making Android Even More Renowed

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) have been pulling the mobile market in two different directions. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is gaining some momentum, but it might take a while till it’s an actual threat. It will be even harder to step on the leaders’ tails as Bloomberg brought up the news that Walt Disney […]

Panasonic T9 Dual SIM Android 4.4 Smartphone Launched In India

Panasonic has launched another dual SIM Android 4.4 smartphone ‘T9? for the Indian market. As part of the T series, this entry-level smartphone has a 3.5-inch 480 x 320 capacitive touchscreen display, a 1.3GHz dual-core processor, a 512MB RAM, a 4GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot (up to 32GB). Powered by a […]

Android Remains Best Opportunity for Developers

There's been a longstanding, though unofficial, rule that says develop for iOS first and Android second. Given Android's dominant grip on the smartphone market, perhaps it's time to reconsider than notion — especially considering the imminent arrival of Android 5.0 Lollipop and its 5,000 new APIs for developers. 

REVIEW: An in-depth review of Google's Nexus 9

Two years ago in 2012, Google saw an opening in the tablet market for a small, low-cost device that still offered good performance and a solid display. To this day, the Nexus 7 remains a fan favorite among Android enthusiasts and while...Show More Summary

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