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Apple Dominates Tablet Market in Q2 with 70 Percent Share

The next-place company, Samsung, was only able to muster a 9.2 percent share during the period, according to iSuppli. [Read more]...

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Android Is Winning

The latest numbers are in: Android is on top, followed by iOS in a distant second. This word comes from Gartner, a top research firm for these sorts of things. Overall, within the last quarter, Android outsold iOS devices nearly three to one while capturing 64% of the worldwide market share. Samsung was the top dog accounting for 90M handset sales. There is no denying Android’s dominance anymore. 

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Mobile Market Shrinks; Gartner Blames Economy, iPhone 5

Research company says worldwide sales of mobile phones declined 2.3 percent in second quarter amid "challenging economic environment" and hopes for fall's device launches. [Read more]...

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TizMee Brings Tizen Apps to MeeGo

Using Qt Cordova, a developer is creating an application which will let Tizen specific applications run on Nokia's N9 and N950 MeeGo smartphones...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet to Arrive Aug. 16

The 10.1-inch successor to the Galaxy Note phone-tablet hybrid will go on sale at Samsung's Stratford store in London first, the company has revealed...

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