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August 23, 2011

Windows Phone 7 Timeline and Evolution

Latest Figures suggest that four percent of Windows Phone 7 users are running Mango on their devices. The split, as shown in the infographic shows one percent are running thre Beta 2 and the remaining three percent are running the first beta version of the software. According to the Dude, where's my update application, the majority of users are running Windows Phone 7 NoDo, even though a bug fixing update was issued in May.The most popular phone running Windows Phone 7 is the Samsung Focus, a US-only device. The second most popular handset running Windows Phone 7 is the HTC HD7.

August 19, 2011

Mobile App Usage: Android vs iOS

In further evidence that Wired‘s proclamation last year that “The Web is Dead” may be on the mark, a Nielsen study shows that mobile apps trump the mobile web — at least when it comes to the amount of time spent using them.

The study, from Nielsen Smartphone Analytics, found that the average Android user spends 56 minutes per day using his or her device to surf the web and use apps. But the latter takes up two-thirds of that time.
The report also found that most people are only using a handful of apps on a regular basis. The top 10 apps account for 43% of all the time Android users spend on mobile apps. The top 50 apps account for 61% of all time spent. There are a total of about 250,000 Android apps in the market at this time.

Android and iOS, both simply have gotten too large to be “killed” by anything. Now, there are some pretty strong feelings shared amongst Android and iOS users The Mobile OS platform is one of the most Brutal one in the Tech industry that depends upon product innovation, Distribution, Technology and larger Marketing and Advertising Budgets this just brand or team loyalty, though, or is this really just a fundamental difference in personalities? A recent infographic suggests that Android users might be different from iPhone users in way more ways than just their choice of smartphone.

Source :Geek

July 20, 2011

Comparison Chart :Blackberry PlayBook vs HTC Desire Z

Blackberry Playbook 32GB
   ( Processor and OS)

HTC Desire/Bravo/Desire A8181 (Processor and OS)

June 14, 2011

The Android Run Continues: No 1 in US and Europe

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Google’s Android mobile operating system is continuing to dominate smartphone sales, particularly in the UK, where the platform now powers almost half of all smartphones sold, according to rearch firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.

Google’s Android has become the most used OS in the UK after increasing its market share by 35.1% to 44.9% in the 12 weeks ended 15 May 2011. Nokia’s Symbian platform  fell from  21.4% to 10.6% in the three months leading up to May 15 2011.

According to figures released today (13 June) from Kantar Worldpanel, the popular operating system now accounts for just under half of UK market sales, and is also number one in Germany, France, US, Australia and Japan.

UK Smartphone OS Marketshare ( May 2011 Data ) by Kantar Media
The Android mobile operating system is streaking past rivals in almost every developed country to become the dominant player everywhere.Earlier research for March, 2011 according to  Kantar Worldpane, the Android's marketshare for Smartphone OS in United States  in March 2011 was 54.7% as compared to a mere 19% in June 2010 , an increase of  almost 36% in less  than 12 months

Also claiming top spot in the US, Germany and France, Android has been able to steal away customers from Nokia’s Symbian OS, which has shrunk from 31% in 2010 to just 10% this year.