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Over 130 million devices worldwide run Android

07/15/2011, There’s no question that Android is one of the fastest growing mobile platforms available today. Not too long after Google announced that it has sold over a 100 million Android devices at the Google I/O event in May, the company has now announced...

Suppliers to ship 5 million iPad 2 touch sensors this month

07/05/2011, Since the iPad 2′s launch earlier this year, it looks consumer demand for the iOS tablet hasn’t been slowing down at all. Facing shortages earlier this year, and then recovering – Apple isn’t going to let that happen again. The company...

Samsung Galaxy S II: 3 million sold

07/05/2011, 55 days after the Samsung Galaxy II went on sale; it looks like Samsung has got another winner on their hands. The company recently celebrated a major milestone for the Galaxy S II: 3 million units of the phone have been sold in just 55 days. That’s...

RIM: the PlayBook is not a flop

05/23/2011, The BlackBerry PlayBook has been out for awhile now, and we seem to be hearing more and more rumors about the tablet being a flop, with high return rates and underwhelming sales. However, we’ve also heard reports about the PlayBook selling as...

Amazon.com now sells more Kindle books than print books

05/19/2011, If we need any proof about the success of eBooks, Amazon’s latest sales figures are a good judgment of how well they’ve been doing. Amazon started selling both hardcover books and paperbacks in 1995. In 2007, they introduced the Kindle and...

Nintendo teams up with Best Buy to improve the 3DS experience

05/17/2011, According to reports, Nintendo and Best Buy have struck a deal to turn Best Buy stores into places for folks with the 3DS to hang out in. Starting this June, Best Buy will be offering free wireless access to 3DS owners inside 1,000 of their stores....

Xperia Play games not selling, Sony Ericsson not worried

05/11/2011, While the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play (PlayStation Phone for those of you still in the dark) has yet to hit our shores, the Android handset has already been released in other parts of the world. But a quick check on the PSOne classic games being sold on the...

DVD sales down by 20%, Netflix subscriptions up 33%

05/04/2011, Is the DVD format about to die out? According to a report by the Digital Entertainment Group, DVD sales in the US, Q1 2011 have dropped 20% when compared to Q1 2010. Studios blamed the fall in sales due to quirks in release cycles, but observers...

Low-end Android handsets to take over the world

04/27/2011, According to a recent report published by DigiTimes, we’re going to see Android devices take over the world. They’ve reported that a number of handset manufacturers are rushing to get some low-end devices onto the market (sub $150 phones)....

2.2 million Verizon iPhones sold in two months

04/21/2011, In Verizon’s report about their financial earnings for the first quarter of 2011, the company announced that they activated 2.2 million iPhones, and added 1.8 million new wireless subscribers to their customer base. While AT&T announced that...

Motorola Xoom and Atrix sales are disappointing

04/05/2011, While it didn’t really take an analyst to point it out, sales of the Motrola Xoom Android tablet and the Atrix 4G phone have been pretty disappointing. Pacific Crest analyst James Faucette recently revised his full-year 2011 revenue estimates for...

HTC Thunderbolt outsells the iPhone 4 on Verizon?

04/01/2011, According to some reports online, it looks like Verizon is doing pretty well with the HTC ThunderBolt. The first ever 4G LTE phone on the network has been said to be outselling the iPhone 4. A technology research firm, BTIG, contacted 150 Verizon Wireless...