RIM also said it will offer its once-popular BlackBerry Messenger service on iPhones and devices running Google's Android software. ||| Orlando, Florida - Research In Motion unveiled a lower-cost BlackBerry aimed at consumers in emerging...Show More Summary
HP's second entry into the Android market is decidedly different from the Slate 7 Following in the footsteps of both ASUS with its Transformer series as well as other Windows OEMs with their convertible laptop/tablet hybrids, HP is announcing SlateBook x2 today. Show More Summary
Apple's smartphone market share is dead in the water, once again. Over the last two years, its fluctuated between 13% and 22%, depending on when the newest model of the iPhone is coming out, according to Gartner. Android, meanwhile, has skyrocketed, and now has ~75% of the market. Show More Summary
Gartner has published the results of the first quarter of 2013 for the mobile phone market. In comparison with 2012 in all regions was recorded a slight increase of 0.7%. A significant increase in the number of buyers was seen only in the Asia-Pacific region, where it was 6.4%. Show More Summary
How do you feel about paying Wii U prices for a portable PC-style device that can play Android games and stream games remotely from your PC? The billion dollar chip maker is branching out of the GPU market and hitting the portable sector hard at $350 this June with Project Shield.
RIM offers popular BlackBerry Messenger service to rival devices ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Research In Motion unveiled a lower-cost BlackBerry aimed at consumers in emerging markets on Tuesday, and said it will offer its once-popular BlackBerry Messenger service on iPhones and devices running Google's Android software. Show More Summary
BlackBerry continues to gain product momentum with a new handset for emerging markets, 120,000 total apps for BlackBerry 10 and BBM for other phones. Can it push Windows Phone aside as the third mobile platform?
3 in 4 of all handsets sold in Q1 were Android devices, according to market analyst Gartner The post Android and Samsung continue to dominate mobile phone market appeared first on RightMobilePhone.
When BlackBerry really began its tailspin in the summer of 2011, the reason was clear. Handsets in the new Bold lineup were too expensive for emerging markets and the cheap Curve phones were suddenly slammed by cheap Android competition. Show More Summary
Sundar Pichai has been a figurehead at Google since 2004, and steered the company's Chrome browser and Chrome OS strategies to success. Nowadays, though, he has taken over the role that Andy Rubin had at Google, overseeing Android. It's a big job, and Android will be a point of focus at this year's Google I/O conference. Show More Summary
Apple's global share of the smartphone market is stuck at ~18%, according to the latest data from Gartner. Android, meanwhile, is continuing to dominate with 74.4% of the market. This data reiterates the fact that Apple is just a niche player globally, despite its profits, and despite its overall influence. Show More Summary
If you have ever tried a Windows Phone device, we’re sure that you can agree that the operating system feels really fluid and smooth, which is a stark contrast to earlier builds of Android which felt a tad slower, at [...] Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Nearly three in every four smartphones sold during the first quarter of 2013 were running Android, according to the latest statistics from the analysts at Gartner. Google’s operating system grabbed a whopping 74% of the market share during the three-month period, while Apple’s iOS came in second with 18.2%. Companies choosing to build Windows Phone, [...]Show More Summary
Asia Pacific was the only region where sales of Mobile phones witnessed growth, compared to all other regions where it declined according to Gartner Worldwide mobile phone sales report for first quarter of 2013. Asia Pacific region alone accounted for 226 million mobile phone units out of 426 million sold worldwide in the first quarter... Show More Summary
If you've been following the trends, Gartner's mobile phone market figures for the first quarter of 2013 won't surprise. The research firm estimates that Android was on 74.4 percent of all smartphones sold in the period, with Samsung the key beneficiary of such dominance. Show More Summary
Finding your niche in the cut-throat tablet market is the key to success. Or at least the key to landing in a few kitchens. Archos introduced the ChefPad today. It’s a 9.7-inch Android tablet aimed at the budding chef in...
As Android devices continue to flood the U.S. market, is the iPhone losing its "cool" factor?
Facebook is not the only company to invest in development of products that take better advantage of the Android homescreen. South Korean messaging app KakaoTalk also recently announced its intentions to release a rival Android launcher. Show More Summary
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) is continuing to find ways to innovate while producing devices that lowball just about anyone on the market. While Google is making tons of headway with its Android operating system in a full line for smartphones, it has only recently started to make inroads in the tablet space against the Apple Inc [...]
Over the last years Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) has been strengthening its competitive position in mobile to an amazing degree. Not only has the company´s Android operating system reached a market share of more than 75% in global smartphone sales, but Google has also been gaining ground in iOS with its high quality apps and services that [...]