BlackBerry and iPhone Both In Trouble: Blame Android

Both Apple's iPhone and Research In Motion's (RIM) BlackBerry have lost marketshare to Google's Android smartphone operating system this summer. According to comScore, Android has moved up while the iPhone and BlackBerry have moved down. The overall rankings of who has the most marketshare in the US remains unchanged however. Android OS gained a whopping 42% ...

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Both Android and iOS to Have More Market Share than RIM by 2011

Research In Motion's (RIM) BlackBerry line of smartphones are probably going to have to settle for third place in terms of US market share by 2011. Google's Android OS and the smartphones that it powers have already passed RIM this year in the States, and Apple's iPhone is on a definite upward climb that Gartner ...

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Apple’s iOS the Third Most Used Browsing Platform Globally

Devices running Apple's iOS make up the third most popular browsing platform around the world. With a shade over 1% of the global browsing share, iOS has managed to displace Linux and climb into third place. Of course, Apple's Mac OS X holds the number two spot with 5% and Windows retains the first spot ...

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iPhone 4 Pre-Orders Manage to Crash Korean Website

Apple’s wildly popular iPhone 4 has managed to crash yet another website as it moves into pre-order stage in South Korea. Apple’s own website crashed due to the massive amount of pre-orders before the iPhone 4 went on sale this year, and it looks like South Korea’s KT Corp is the latest victim. More than ...

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BlackBerry’s Biggest Competitor Isn’t Apple, It’s Android

Research In Motion (RIM) has a lot of reasons to worry. Apple’s iPhone has taken an increasingly large chunk of its market share over the past couple of years. However, RIM has a lot more to worry about than just Apple. Smartphones running Google’s Android OS have just surpassed RIM’s BlackBerry now in total market ...

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iPhone Losing Marketshare to Android OS

Apple lost market share in the highly competitive smartphone market in a three month period ending in May according to comScore—a company that specializes in internet marketing research. Neither was Apple alone either. Research In Motion (RIM), Microsoft and Palm also lost market share. The only winner was Google Android OS powered devices that gained ...

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