Mixpanel’s chief executive Suhail Doshi just alerted us to the fact that iOS 7 just eclipsed iOS 6 for the first time.
Imagine all the things you’ve ever wanted iOS to do. Then, make an awesome video showcasing all your changes.
The Samsung Galaxy SIII is the No. 1 Android phone in the U.S., with an 8.8 percent share of the market. And three other Samsung phones rank in the top 10.
After three months of iPhone supremacy, Android is back as the top-selling mobile operating system in the U.S. And those who want Apple to produce a cheaper iPhone will know exactly why.
Google has released five major Android updates since 2010, most named for something sweet. Today, Android’s developer site revealed that for the first time, more than 10 percent of Android smartphones in the market are running Jelly Bean, the latest version.
Windows 8 is here. Windows Blue, apparently, is next.
Google’s Android mobile OS is touch from the bottom up. So wouldn’t you expect Google’s ChromeOS to be touchable as well?
Change-averse folk have expressed concerns that Windows 8, Microsoft’s new operating system targeted at consumers, will wreak havoc on their user interace.
Everyone who’s serious about owning the customer needs their own smartphone platform. Or at least that’s what it’s starting to look like given the recent Amazon smartphone development rumors.
When Google first started talking about its Google Chrome OS software a few years ago, one of the selling points was the promise that it would come with much better built-in security than other operating systems. Now, Chrome OS has only been commercially available for a few months, and security researchers have already figured out how to hack it.
Apple announced Thursday that its latest operating system — OS X 10.7, codenamed Lion — has sold more than 1 million copies since it made its debut on the Mac App Store just one day earlier.
Search giant Google, which dove into the mobile market just a few years ago, announced today that it has activated 100 million Android devices to date.
The next time you buy a computer, it might not even be shipped with an operating system.
We can officially call Windows 7 a bona fide hit, according to data compiled by ZDNet’s Ed Bott.
Right after Google got the green light to acquire Admob, the mobile advertising company today released a report analyzing where the majority of Android and iPhone operating systems are in its network around the world.