Finally, a year when mobile doesn't seem like a two-horse race
Finally, a year when mobile doesn't seem like a two-horse race
                                       

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Kantar: iPhone 5 boosts Apple's US smartphone share to 53.3 percent, Android still tops in Europe

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Stop us if you've heard this one before: the launch of a flagship, brand-defining smartphone gives its creator a swift leap in market share immediately afterwards. There's no surprise that the iPhone 5 will have improved Apple's standing in the US, then, but Kantar Worldpanel's market share study suggests...
Kantar: iPhone 5 boosts Apple's US smartphone share to 53.3 percent, Android still tops in Europe
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Yahoo's top searches of 2012: Elections, iPhones, Kardashians

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Yahoo users in 2012 were most interested in their civic duty, but Apple gadgets, reality stars, swimsuit models, celebrities, and the British royal family were also important topics. That's according to the Web portal's top searches of 2012, released Monday along with a host of other top search lists...
Yahoo's top searches of 2012: Elections, iPhones, Kardashians
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Marketing Day: November 30, 2012

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Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. From Marketing Land: ComScore: US Smartphone Market Is A Two Horse Race Between Samsung And Apple ComScore’s October mobile market share data don’t... Please visit Marketing Land for...
Marketing Day: November 30, 2012

ComScore: US Smartphone Market Is A Two Horse Race Between Samsung And Apple

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ComScore’s October mobile market share data don’t appear to reflect the iPhone sales gains reported by Kantar Worldpanel Comtech research earlier this week. Android continues to lead the iPhone in the US market (53.6 percent to 34.3 percent) by roughly the same margin as in July.... Please visit Marketing Land...
ComScore: US Smartphone Market Is A Two Horse Race Between Samsung And Apple
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Who's Next to Run Intel? A Look at the Internal and External Contenders.

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Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Aside from the headline that CEO Paul Otellini is retiring in May, the most important part of Intel’s press release on the subject was this: “The board of directors will conduct the process to choose Otellini’s successor and will consider internal and external candidates for the job.”...
Who's Next to Run Intel? A Look at the Internal and External Contenders.

Smartphone OS Market Pretty Much Just Google and Apple Now

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Apple shipped 36.2 per cent more smartphones in the third quarter of 2012 than it did in the same quarter a year earlier, but that wasn’t enough to protect its market share from an unceasing Android onslaught. Apple’s share of the global mobile OS market slipped to 13.9 percent from...
Smartphone OS Market Pretty Much Just Google and Apple Now
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