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Mac and iPhone market share could soon triple, analyst says

August 10th, 2011

Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu sent a note to investors Wednesday that suggested Apple’s Mac and iPhone market shares could double or even triple in the next few years. “We believe [Apple] has opportunity to double or potentially even triple its market share in these end markets over the next few years, particularly with Greater …

Android sees continued growth while BlackBerry OS falters, comScore says

May 6th, 2011

Android’s U.S. market share is continuing to grow at the expense of RIM, Microsoft, and Palm, according to a new report from comScore that took a snapshot of the mobile phone market during the March quarter. The report found that Android powered 34.7% of all U.S. smartphones, up 6% from December 2010. RIM’s BlackBerry OS …

Apple, Android see continued growth in U.S. smartphone market share

April 1st, 2011

ComScore has released its latest report on the U.S. smartphone market, and it suggests that Apple’s share of the U.S. OEM market is growing, while Android is continuing to dominate the U.S. operating system market. Samsung remains the top mobile OEM in the United States with a 24.8% marketshare, up 0.3 percentage points from the …

Android 2.2 Froyo powers 61.3% of all Android devices

March 17th, 2011

According to new data released by Android Developers, Android 2.2 (Froyo) currently powers 61.3% of all Android devices that accessed the Android Market during the first two weeks of March. That figure is up just under 10% from January, when the group reported that Froyo powered 51.8% of all devices. Sadly, the stale, older operating systems …

Android gains web marketshare at expense of iOS

June 14th, 2010

Apple’s iOS might be in the most dominant position when it comes to mobile web traffic in North America, but according to Quantcast, it’s Google’s Android that has been fairing best as of late. From May 2009 to May 2010, iOS traffic fell 8.1% while Android saw a 12.2% increase. Impressive for sure, but that …

Samsung steals U.S. mobile marketshare crown from Motorola

May 7th, 2010

According to comScore, Samsung is now the number one handset brand in the United States. Having managed to squeeze past Motorola by a fraction of a percent thanks to its 0.7% gain and Motorola’s 1.6% loss from January to February, the two manufacturers now stand a fraction of a percentage apart. Now in the number …

Android on the rise as Windows Mobile falters

March 12th, 2010

A lot happened in the US smartphone market from October 2009 to January 2010, but thankfully there are companies like comScore kicking about to help us make sense of just which platforms were the biggest winners and losers during this period. The biggest platform was not surprisingly Google’s Android which saw an uptick of 4.3% …