Even so, it doesn’t look like Tim Cook and the team in Cupertino have very much to worry about. Even though iOS market share dropped about 1.5% compared to last year, shipment volumes actually increased about 25%.more →
Indeed, the analyzing gurus at IDC have put together their market forecast for the fourth quarter of this year and they’re predicting that more tablets will be shipped in that period than PCs.more →
According to the IDC, sales of smartphones have surpassed that of feature phones in Q1. Samsung is having the highest market share, followed by Apple, LG, Huawei and ZTE.more →
hile PC sales have been declining for a while, new IDC estimates show that for the first quarter of 2013, the market fell a whole 13.9 percent.more →
I don’t think anyone really saw this one coming. When we talk about market share in the smartphone world, we are used to seeing names like Samsung, LG, and Motorola, but Huawei has (not so) quietly moved itself into the third spot overallmore →
It was inevitable. We all knew this day was coming and now it has finally arrived. Research in Motion’s BlackBerry line of smartphones was once the crowning achievement of Canada’s tech field, but its reign has drawn to a close.more →
Even though it may feel like Apple is taking the mobile world by storm, the Cupertino-based company doesn’t even crack the top five when it comes to global sales. A Canadian company, however, has cracked the top five, and that’s none other than Research in Motion.
This is huge news for the BlackBerry-maker, because Research in Motion is the only smartphone-focused cell phone company to make it into the top five internationally.more →