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What is loyalty (via Androinica)

January 19, 2011 Leave a comment

Interesting read.

Android grows twice as fast. Competition doomed?

January 13, 2011 Leave a comment

According to analysts from Canalys Android platform grows 2 times faster than others: Apple iOS, Symbian and RIM (BlackBerry). Android currently holds about 25% of global smartphone market and that is a bit more than 20 000 000 devices sold (3rd quarter of 2010). It’s 6 000 000 more than iOS. 10 000 000 less than Symbian. Some stats in picture:

Android grows twice as fast. Competitors doomed?

January 13, 2011 Leave a comment

According to analysts from Canalys Android platform grows 2 times faster than others: Apple iOS, Symbian and RIM (BlackBerry). Android currently holds about 25% of global smartphone market and that is a bit more than 20 000 000 devices sold (3rd quarter of 2010). It’s 6 000 000 more than iOS. 10 000 000 less than Symbian. Some stats in picture:

Андроид растет вдвое быстрее других

January 13, 2011 Leave a comment

Clipped from androidmarket.ru

сли верить последним отчётам аналитической компании Canalys, рост доли рынка операционной системы Android происходит в 2 раза быстрее, чем у ближайших конкурентов. Речь идёт о…

…таких компаниях, как Apple (платформа iOS), Symbian (одноимённая платформа) и RIM (платформа BlackBerry). Сейчас Android занимает около 25% мирового рынка смартфонов, что в количественном выражении представляет из себя чуть более 20 миллионов проданных трубок в 3 квартале 2010 года. Это больше, чем iOS, на 6 миллионов. И меньше, чем Symbian, на 10. Вот статистика в цифрах:

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Android beats Iphone in total users (US)

RIM is to come soon.

Apple Leads Smartphone Race for Now, Yet Android Attracts Most Recent Customers

Tight race is not over. I believe this year will bring a new revolutionary innovation to push one of the two players forward. If not – too bad and boring.

What They Know – ‘Big Brother’s little soldiers

December 20, 2010 Leave a comment

What mobile apps are ‘telling on you’?
What they tell?
Whom they tell to?