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Research: Samsung Has Sold 10M Galaxy S3′s, But 'iPhone 5′ Still The Most-Wanted Phone

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You know a brand is doing something right when people go a little crazy for its products even before they’ve been announced. A new survey out from 451 Research/ChangeWave on consumer smartphone sentiment found that Apple’s iPhone 5 — whatever that may turn out to be — is seeing an...
Research: Samsung Has Sold 10M Galaxy S3′s, But 'iPhone 5′ Still The Most-Wanted Phone
Think Europeans are more into data privacy than Americans? Think again.

Search: Google boosts lead vs. Microsoft and Yahoo in U.S.

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New numbers from comScore Networks show Google pulling further ahead of Microsoft and Yahoo in the U.S. search market in May, claiming its largest lead over its rivals since December 2010. Google climbed to 66.7 percent of the market during the month, according to the comScore numbers. That was an...
Search: Google boosts lead vs. Microsoft and Yahoo in U.S.

Sent From My Phone, In Bed

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Our beds used to be finite. A limited range of activities took place there. We’d sleep, or try to, make love, eat, and maybe read a paperback. But we could only hide from the world for so long. The nagging puppet strings of our desire to learn and experience would...
Sent From My Phone, In Bed
Adfonic Global AdMetrics Report: 108 billion mobile ad requests say iPhone still king for advertisers

iPhone 5 helps Apple iOS devices rebound and pass 65% share of mobile traffic

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September was a curious month for Apple: as everyone waited for the iPhone 5 and the iPad mini, the company lost quite a lot of mobile traffic market share, dropping below the 60 percent mark. Yet the company managed to rebound in October, surpassing 65 percent of the mobile traffic...
iPhone 5 helps Apple iOS devices rebound and pass 65% share of mobile traffic

Samsung reports Q1 earnings: $5.16 billion in operating profit

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Samsung just announced its Q1 2012 earnings this evening, reporting revenues of 45.27 trillion Korean won (up 22% y/o/y) and a record operating profit of 5.85 trillion won. We’ll be hopping on the call at 9:30 PM EST to hear more details. developing.  Press release after the jump.  –(SEOUL–Korea Newswire) April 27,...
Samsung reports Q1 earnings: $5.16 billion in operating profit

The Unstoppable Rise Of Mobile Commerce

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Mobile Insights is a daily newsletter from BI Intelligence delivered first thing every morning exclusively to BI Intelligence subscribers. Sign up for a free trial of BI Intelligence today. Tablets And Smartphones Leap To One-Fifth Of E-Commerce Traffic (Monetate)First it was comScore, which reported that U.S. mobile commerce grew 31% in the first quarter of 2013...
The Unstoppable Rise Of Mobile Commerce
Google Play's App Revenue Share Up 8% Since November, But Apple Still Leads

ComScore: US Smartphone Penetration 47% In Q2; Android Remains Most Popular, But Apple's Growing Faster

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ComScore today released its latest quarterly figures on the state of the mobile market in the U.S. based on active users, and while the exact numbers are different, the basic picture is the same as the one that Strategy Analytics painted earlier in the week around smartphone sales: Apple’s iOS...
ComScore: US Smartphone Penetration 47% In Q2; Android Remains Most Popular, But Apple's Growing Faster

Did space policy affect the outcome of the Florida primary?

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Last night Mitt Romney won a “decisive victory” in the Republican presidential primary in Florida, with 46 percent of the statewide vote. Many space advocates are wondering if the candidates’ space positions, particularly the speeches made last week by Romney and Newt Gingrich, made much of a difference. One way...
Did space policy affect the outcome of the Florida primary?
Windows already threatening iPhone in Southern Europe
Android Jelly Bean passes 10% adoption, ICS nears 30%, and Gingerbread finally falls under 50%

Survey Of Florida Voters Reveals Interesting Result

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-- Voters in Tuesday's Florida Republican primary mirror those in other early-voting states, with nearly half saying the most important quality a candidate can have is the ability to defeat President Barack Obama in November and over 6 in 10 calling the economy their top concern. CONSERVATIVE BUT LESS...
Survey Of Florida Voters Reveals Interesting Result
Samsung's share of the Android market doubled in 2012

Windows 8 now up to 4.27% market share, but not at Windows 7′s expense

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As we move closer to the middle of 2013, Windows 8 is still growing its share steadily but slowly, as Windows XP and Vista decline. Last month, Windows 7 managed to regain some share, showing that despite its recent declines, it’s still going to be used for quite some time....
Windows 8 now up to 4.27% market share, but not at Windows 7′s expense

iOS tops Android in smartphone sales, survey says

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Android sales have declined in the U.S., helping iOS regain the top spot among smartphone platforms sold in the three-month period ending in October, according to the latest research from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech. The survey found iOS now has 48.1 percent of the U.S. smartphone market, an increase of...
iOS tops Android in smartphone sales, survey says

BII MOBILE INSIGHTS: News Consumption Is All About Mobile Now

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Mobile Insights is the new daily newsletter from BI Intelligence that collects and delivers the top mobile strategy news. It is delivered first thing every morning exclusively to BI Intelligence subscribers. News Consumption Is All About Mobile And Social (Pew Research Center via GigaOM)A new study from the Pew Research...
BII MOBILE INSIGHTS: News Consumption Is All About Mobile Now

George Osborne's corporation tax cut may not win business for Britain

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Amazon not the only company to have shifted headquarters out of UK, other multinationals could do same and save billionsDespite George Osborne's assertion in the budget that a cut in corporation tax to 22% by 2014 was "an advertisement for investment and jobs in Britain," many multinational companies do not...
George Osborne's corporation tax cut may not win business for Britain

Top Trends of 2012: Video on Tablets

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One in every ten tablet users views video content almost daily on their device, according to a new report by comScore. The study also found that tablet users are nearly three times more likely to watch video on their device compared to smartphone users. Nearly one in four smartphone owners...
Top Trends of 2012: Video on Tablets

Hitwise: Google US Search Share Down 5% In The Last Year; Bing, Yahoo Gained

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Google is still by far the most dominant search engine in the U.S., but in the last year it actually lost some momentum while Yahoo and especially Microsoft’s Bing both saw increases, according to figures out today from Experian Hitwise, and bolstered by separate numbers released yesterday by Compete, with...
Hitwise: Google US Search Share Down 5% In The Last Year; Bing, Yahoo Gained

Windows Phone’s market share jumps in February

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We use data from NetMarketShare (NMS) on a regular basis, as it tends to be accurate and unbiased. We compare it with other data, of course, but it’s one of our favorite places to head when we need a look at how browsers, operating systems, and mobile platforms are performing. Usually,...
Windows Phone’s market share jumps in February

Always on? Study says 72% of U.S. gamers now play online

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The number of people who play video games without an online connection is quickly dwindling, according to the results of a study released today. The report by the NPD research firm found that 72 percent of U.S. gamers now play games online, up 5 percentage points from last year. It’s not...
Always on? Study says 72% of U.S. gamers now play online

Android's U.S. Marketshare More Than Doubles In Just Three Months

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Google (NSDQ: GOOG) Android’s U.S. smartphone market share jumped by an impressive 5.2 points in the three months ended in February to 9 percent. Meanwhile, Apple’s iPhone share remained relatively flat, comScore finds. If those trends continue (and, that’s a big ‘if’), Google could catch-up to the iPhone by...
Android's U.S. Marketshare More Than Doubles In Just Three Months

More American Kids Than Ever Clamor For iPhones And iPads This Holiday Season

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Chance are, if you ask a kid in the U.S. what they want to find under the tree (or holiday symbol of your choosing) this year, they’ll ask for an iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or iPad mini. Those devices occupied four of the top five spots on Nielsen’s annual holiday...
More American Kids Than Ever Clamor For iPhones And iPads This Holiday Season

App and Mortar Is One New Way to Describe the Trend in Mobile Commerce

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The term “mobile commerce” is commonly used to describe e-commerce revenues that are generated over smartphones and tablets. But Flurry, a mobile analytics company, is now introducing the term “app & mortar” in a new report published today that explores the rise in smartphone shopping. Clearly, the term is a...
App and Mortar Is One New Way to Describe the Trend in Mobile Commerce
The severe Facebook revenue revisions that sent investors running

Windows Phone Gains Ground In Some Markets

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Mobile Insights is a daily newsletter from BI Intelligence delivered first thing every morning exclusively to BI Intelligence subscribers. Sign up for a free trial of BI Intelligence today. Windows Phone Gaining A Toehold In Some Markets (Kantar Worldpanel via All Things Digital)Microsoft's new Windows Phone operating system has a lot of ground to make up...
Windows Phone Gains Ground In Some Markets
Comscore: Apple tops LG as No. 2 U.S. mobile phone maker

Android Tops 50%, iOS Hits 30% in U.S. Smartphone Installed User Base

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Research firm comScore today released the results of its latest survey of mobile phone users in the United States, finding that Google's Android and Apple's iOS continue to dominate the smartphone landscape. The highlight of comScore's report is Android passing 50% of installed smartphone user base for the first time,...
Android Tops 50%, iOS Hits 30% in U.S. Smartphone Installed User Base
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