This really is Mac versus PC all over again, as iOS hit its lowest levels since 2010.
Mobile data usage has been on the upswing for years with the proliferation of smartphones, and the trend will continue with force, according to new research by Strategy Analytics.
Apple might have some problems keeping investors interested, but consumers are clearly still Apple-hungry for the iPhone.
Strong sales of the iPhone 5 helped push Apple to the top spot among U.S. phone vendors, reports the research firm Strategy Analytics.
Apple may be winning the smartphone battle stateside, but Android is winning the global smartphone war being fought all over the world.
In other breathlessly breaking news, Facebook will top two billion users, probably two years from now. Google’s website index will reach a trillion webpages, about two decades from now. And the sun will likely go nova, if we’re still here in a few billion years.
Turns out all those phone-tablet hybrids are actually a hit with consumers. A survey released Thursday from Strategy Analytics found that people want their next phone to have a large screen.
Since introducing its first Microsoft Windows Phones in 2011, Finnish manufacturer Nokia has already become the top Microsoft smartphone vendor in the world, according to Strategy Analytics.
Sony’s new PlayStation Vita handheld console will sell 12.4 million units globally this year, bringing in revenue of around $2.2 billion, according to research company Strategy Analytics.
Broadcom is now one of the top five suppliers of chips for smartphones, according to a third quarter report by market research firm Strategy Analytics.
It was bound to happen eventually. Smartphone sales in China for the third quarter of 2011 surpassed U.S. sales, making China the largest smartphone market by volume, reports Strategy Analytics.
Samsung has now become the world’s largest smartphone manufacturer, leaping past Apple, which held the title for just one quarter.