The Apple iPad share in the tablet market in Q3 has remained flat at 55%. That’s more than half of the entire segment, which is a pretty great achievement.
However Android now covers 44% of the tablet shipments in Q3, which means the open-source OS is gaining speed faster than previously projected. Read more »
NetAplications has made a chart comparing browser hits by platform covering the last two years shows that Android has caught on with the iPhone but that the iPad is still dominating the mobile traffic.
Also, according to IBM, iOS devices accounted for 18.5% of all online transactions this Black Friday, compared to just 5.5% for Android. Read more »
Spiceworks is a go-to place for ITs to find information, ideas and problem solutions on the web.
The guys over there decided to put together an infographic about what hot tech toys ITs want to get for Christmas this year, based on the opinions of “over 800 IT pros”. Follow on to see it. Read more »
According to Taiwanese suppliers Asus will have shipped over 5 million Nexus 7 units by the end of the year.
At its current low prices and with the addition of the 32 GB model and the Cellular version it’s no surprise that come the holiday season the Nexus 7 will continue to fly off the shelves. Read more »
Thanksgiving is tomorrow and Apple is readying two iPhone 5 ads to air on Turkey Day.
The first ad, called Orchestra, oddly focuses on the iPhone 5′s built in noise suppression during calls – it’s not like every smartphone nowadays has that. Oh wait… Read more »
Nokia have released its HERE Maps on iOS. The app is free and brings along voice guided navigation (English) and the option to save maps for offline use.
You can also get traffic information, where it’s available. Read more »
The Google Nexus 4 is the latest smartphone to star in a drop test, falling hard from at least five feet on pavement.
The phone was dropped twice and managed to survive the first one with minor scratches. As for the second one… Read more »
The Microsoft Surface is Redmond’s first attempt at building its own tablet hardware and comes with the spanking new Windows RT preinstalled.
Office Preview 2013, live tiles, VaporMG, a kickstand and Windows functionality on a slate all but await you after the break. Read more »
Nokia’s official blog Conversations has posted an article detailing 10 things you might have missed about the Lumia 920.
Did you know that the camera decoration and side buttons are made out of zirconium? Or that the LED flash on the back is a higher-powered dual one? Hop after the break for more. Read more »
As usual after it releases a new Android version to the general public, Google contributes its source code to the Android Open Source Project.
As of now Google has made the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean source code public so that developers can download it and start developing ROMs based on it. Read more »
The Google Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 devices launch today on the search giant’s Play store in the UK and Australia. Already they’ve been sold out and we expect the same to happen in the US later on.
But if you’re living outside of the said countries and wish to get a clue whether you’ll be able to get some Nexus goodies we’ve got you covered. Read more »
The HTC Desire X is fresh out of our review but there are still things to wrap up. The phone has a 1650mAh battery feeding its dual-core processor and 4″ screen. How does the battery last?
Well, we’ve concluded our full array of battery tests and the results await your inspection after the break. Read more »
Microsoft released its “Meet the new Windows Phone: Reinvented Around You” and it gives me a familiar vibe, I’ve watched something like it before.
Almost exactly a year ago Google aired its “Calling All” ad, a Galaxy Nexus-centric promo, which highlighted some of the features of Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Well, whether you’re a pass-it-alonger or page-turner you can spot the similarities for yourself. Read more »
Apple managed to sell a million iPads a day since the iPad 4th generation and iPad mini hit their first wave of stores just three days ago.
Apple didn’t specify how many iPad mini’s and iPad 4′s were sold but the total number is still worth mentioning. Read more »
After the iPad mini and Microsoft Surface teardowns comes the time for iFixit to pry into the innards of the iPad 4 and Kindle Fire HD.
Apple’s latest full-sized tablet got a poor 2/10 repairability score (10 being the easiest to repair) while the Kindle Fire HD got 7/10. Read more »