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Samsung is the top OEM in the US, reveals survey

11/02/2012, Internet marketing research company comScore has just released a report today saying that Samsung is currently the top handset manufacturer with a 26 percent market share. Fellow Korean electronics conglomerate LG is at the second spot with 17.7 percent...

ComScore: Android has 51.6% market share in US mobile market

08/01/2012, Before we continue, let me get one thing straight – there are different ways of carrying out a survey, and the interpretation of statistics and results largely depends on the kind of message that you want to convey, in addition to how you...

Android now covers 51 percent of all smartphones in the U.S.

05/01/2012, Android has gone a long way. It has finally broken the 50 percent market share barrier, that’s according to comScore’s quarterly report. The operating system has climbed 3.7 percent since December last year, with its quarter ending in March of...

Comscore Data Shows An Ocean of Dumb Phones

11/07/2011, Asymco has analyzed the data from Comscore and generated very interesting graphs. The first thing that we can see is that the smartphone market still has a long way to go. The “non-smart” (light blue) part of the graph is huge! The second...

Android owns over 40% of US smartphone share

08/04/2011, Despite all the ongoing patent infringement litigations and lawsuits that are being served to Android OEMs recently, it looks like nothing can halt the sales of devices running the operating system. comScore has reported that Android is now on 40.1% of...

Google hits one billion unique visits a month

06/22/2011, If you thought that Facebook was one of the most popular sites in the world, you wouldn’t be wrong. But despite its over 500 million active users, the company hasn’t hit one billion unique visitors per month yet. But according to the Wall...

iOS Outreaches Android by 59% says Comscore

04/19/2011, Comscore, a company that sells analytics to pretty much every marketing departments, has revealed that in its own analysis, iOS far “outreaches” Android (the word outreach is important here). It means that iOS users are more visible to...

Windows Phone 7 not boosting Microsoft’s mobile market share?

03/07/2011, Some disconcerting news has been reported recently. According to some statistics from ComScore, it looks like Windows Phone 7 isn’t helping Microsoft at all in the smartphone war. Microsoft has managed to somehow lose 1.7% of their smartphone shares...