Posts Tagged ‘IOS’

Samsung’s Share In Global Android Shipments In Q1 2012 – 45.1%

Samsung’s Share In Global Android Shipments In Q1 2012 – 45.1%

Samsung has been on a roll for the past 8 quarters. The Korean conglomerate has released more smartphones running Android than you can keep a count of, and although I hate the company’s strategy of flooding the market with bazillion devices, it is paying off. It’s nothing new, however.

Samsung’s Android devices accounted for 45.1% of the total Android smartphones…

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Rome Wasn’t Built In A Day

Rome Wasn’t Built In A Day

I had this interesting conversation about smartphones, on Twitter, earlier in the day. There’s a certain analyst who is on a self-declared mission to oust Stephen Elop, and he has been ranting since Nokia announced its Windows Phone strategy.

Now, before I start, I have nothing personal against him, but I’d just like to point out…

Verizon CEO: Windows Phone Will Beat Blackberry

Verizon CEO: Windows Phone Will Beat Blackberry

Verizon, US’s biggest carrier, has a CEO who thinks Microsoft’s Windows Phone will beat Blackberry.

The man in question, Lowell McAdams, said this to Goldman Sachs at Communacopia conference on Wednesday -

The carriers are beginning to coalesce around the need for a third ecosystem. Over the next 12 months I think it will coalesce and you will start…

A Timeline Of Mobile Operating Systems

A Timeline Of Mobile Operating Systems

The ever growing, innovating, and awesome world of smartphones has a history as everything else, folks. Back from the days of Palm OS’ and Symbian (Psion) duopoly to today where more than half a dozen Smartphone Operating Systems slog it out for supremacy, we the users are spoilt for choice. Presenting below is a cool Timeline view of how the evolution has taken place. Credits to cube LABS for…

Visualized: The State Of Android, Q1 2011

Visualized: The State Of Android, Q1 2011

It’s quite obvious that we all love Android, and how it is stomping it’s competitors (Symbian, iOS, BB). Ah well, what would the world look like if it was Android everywhere? Don’t know? This video may tell you so. Take a peek at what the past was, what the present is, and what the future may probably be. There…

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Consumers or Manufacturers – Who is the King?

So you are happy that so and so company pushes frequent updates to their so called flagship model. Many updates are minor and some major. Now you’d ask why am I talking about something as common as this. It’s logical to ask so. Actually, looking at how people have been waiting for some fearures to be activated has made me ponder over whether this system of updates for niche…

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Symbian’s Death – Imminent or a Desperate Hoax shoutout?

Symbian’s Death – Imminent or a Desperate Hoax shoutout?

For sometime now, there’s been a lot of buzz on the internet about Symbian’s future. Some say it is about to die sooner than later while some say its uncertain. Well, future is the most uncertain, but then, things ain’t so uncertain as they are being made to be. I make an attempt to clear some of the confusion, taking a low down on the various OSs – number…