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What today’s iPhone event could mean for Android

The long-awaited iPhone event takes place today, satisfying a curiosity that’s been building for months. While Apple has offered very few details on what will be unveiled at their Cupertino campus, it will certainly have an effect on Android. Google’s mobile OS has risen to the challenge, toppli ... Full Article »

October 4, 2011 9:14am

Verizon iPhone taking a bite out of Verizon’s Android sales

Analysis of advertising data on the Verizon network suggests that Android use on the network is declining while iPhone use is rising. The story comes from Ars Technica, and the data from advertising network Chitika, which keeps an eye on the breakdown between Android and iOS on its platform in orde ... Full Article »

August 18, 2011 1:12pm

Good news, bad news for Verizon, Android and iPhone

Has the tide been turned in the struggle for market dominance between iPhone from Apple and Android smartphones in the United States? Or is the other shoe going to drop for iPhone with a dip in sales being reported by Verizon Wireless? Both may be true, according to reports from the weekend. For m ... Full Article »

July 5, 2011 8:07am

With Nokia’s help, will Microsoft WP7 overtake iPhone while Android dominates?

Google’s (GOOG) Android will beat Apple’s (AAPL) iOS for iPhone in market share by the end of the year, according to International Data Corp. Next, Microsoft’s (MSFT) Windows Phone OS will conquer the iOS as Nokia (NOK), which is phasing out its Symbian OS by 2016, adopts it. IDC is predicti ... Full Article »

June 13, 2011 7:22am

HTC Thunderbolt steals iPhone 4’s thunder

Android fans are tired of the iPhone dominating the smartphone spotlight, but HTC’s Thunderbolt is stealing the show. According to Boy Genius Report, an analyst from BTIG Research has found that since its debut, the HTC Thunderbolt is outselling the iPhone 4. BTGI analysts "made calls to 150 diff ... Full Article »

April 24, 2011 9:30am

Near field tech getting nearer in Android smartphones

Android phones later this year finally will serve as wallet substitutes. Google (GOOG) will be working with MasterCard (MC) and Citigroup (C) to enable consumers with Android smartphones to make purchases by waving their devices at readers at checkout counters, Wall Street Journal is reporting. Ve ... Full Article »

March 28, 2011 7:37am

Verizon to show off ‘Voice Over LTE’ at Mobile World Congress

As a big chunk of Verizon (VZ) customers (and AT&T (T) customers, too) get in their pre-orders and make preparations to set sail with the Verizon iPhone 4 that’ll be available in stores tomorrow, Verizon Android customers might be about to receive a reward for staying put. When the carrier is ... Full Article »

February 9, 2011 11:42am

Android builds more momentum in smartphone, tablet markets

Android picked up a ton of steam in 2010, according to two new reports from industry analysts in the smartphone and tablet computing industries. Google’s (GOOG) Android surpassed Symbian, an open source operating system from Nokia (NOK), in sales at the end of 2010, making it the most popular OS ... Full Article »

January 31, 2011 3:00pm

AT&T aims to step up its Android offerings

The AT&T (T) monopoly of iPhones from Apple (AAPL)—in effect since 2007—is finally ending on Feb. 10 as Verizon Wireless (VZ) launches its iPhone 4. Loads of people may be planning to beat tracks to Verizon and leave behind their phones with Google’s (GOOG) Android OS. Meanwhile, the tel ... Full Article »

January 30, 2011 4:01pm

Possible NFC iPhone support could mean more apps for Android

There’s a rumor going around today that the next version of Apple’s (AAPL) iOS operating system will feature Near Field Communication, a technology that allows smarphones to interact with other systems at close range -- mostly to make payments, like when you’re checking-out in a store. You mi ... Full Article »

January 25, 2011 2:37pm

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