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IDC Survey: iPad Continues To Lose Market Share

08/05/2013, All good things must come to an end, and what goes up must come down. This is the eternal law which cannot be broken, and as though it is a portent of things to come, Apple’s stock price has dropped from its dizzying heights some time after Tim Cook...

Android May Lead Tablet Market Share in 2013 [IDC]

03/12/2013, With less-than-rosy economic outlook, shoppers are being more concerned with their dollars. Therefore, it is not surprising to see that many are voting for smaller and cheaper tablets. According to market research firm IDC, this may move Google’s...

Android And iOS Capture 91.1% Global Market Share

02/14/2013, IDC has released its the latest numbers that it has gathered about the smartphone industry, and they show that Android and iOS have captured a combined 91.1% mobile operating system market share. While we all knew that they both accounted for the large...

Developers starting to show more interest in Windows Phone

11/14/2011, Not too long ago we reported that Nokia had plans to attract developers over onto the Windows Phone platform, and according to a recent survey done by IDC and Appcelerator (a mobile app development vendor), it looks like Nokia’s strategy to ally...

IDC predicts Windows Phone will overtake iOS market share by 2015

03/29/2011, For the surprising news of the week, it appears that the IDC has some interesting predictions to share. According to their team of researchers and analysts, they see Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform overtaking iOS’s market share by the year...

IDC says Android to keep its lead till 2015

03/29/2011, IDC has looked into their crystal ball, and have come up with a rather interesting prediction – that Google’s Android operating system will be able to maintain their lead until 2015, although Microsoft’s Windows Phone will pip the iPhone...

IDC Says Apple Now Fourth Largest Mobile Vendor In The World

10/29/2010, Apple seems to be going from strength to strength as reports are out that the fruity company is now the fourth largest phone manufacturer of any kind, with 4.1 percent of the entire market, sitting happily ahead of RIM. Topping the list is Nokia, Samsung...