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iPhone vs. Android isn’t about numbers; it’s about time [Opinion]

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Some interesting statistics were released the other day about smart phone market share that left some Android fanboys in a bit of denial. According to Nielson research, the iPhone has taken a healthy 28% of the…

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There’s an [Android] app for that #1

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OK, we’ve all seen those iPhone commercials that seemingly pop up during every commercial break on every TV show. And if an iPhone user is around, watch out! You will be called on to demonstrate that the a…

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Android allegedly outsells iPhone in recent months (but may not have)

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Android allegedly outsells iPhone in recent months (but may not have)

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According to estimates of the NPD Group’s Mobile Phone Track, Android was the second-best-selling mobile phone in the first quarter of 2010. Android snagged 26 percent of new phone sales from January-…

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What Android outpacing iPhone traffic teaches us

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What Android outpacing iPhone traffic teaches us

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The latest AdMob statistics reveal that Android has finally passed iPhone in web traffic served through AdMob’s network. It’s not an actual indicator that Android has outgrown iPhone (Apple’s sales data sho…

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Why I ditched the iPhone for Android and the Nexus One

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Why I ditched the iPhone for Android and the Nexus One

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Android is growing faster than many of us anticipated, but it’s not without fault. In light of recent criticism of the Nexus One, I decided to gauge the appeal of the device – and Android as a whole – f…

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Rubin: Google believes developers should have choice of what tools they use, happy to support AIR

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Rubin: Google believes developers should have choice of what tools they use, happy to support AIR

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Well this isn’t surprising. Andy Rubin, Google’s number one Android fanboy (even more so than Andrew) said on Adobe’s Featured Blog that Google is happy to partner with Adobe to create a st…

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Is Google trying to poach iPhone developers for Android? If not, they should.

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Is Google trying to poach iPhone developers for Android? If not, they should.

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The New York Times has an interesting post in which an iPhone developer claims that he received an email from an “Android advocacy” program supposedly affiliated with Google. According to the de…

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Google brings “universal search” feature to Google Search for mobile

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Google brings “universal search” feature to Google Search for mobile

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Google announced via their Google Mobile Blog that they are bringing the universal search functionality that they use on google.com to the mobile verision of the site. This functionality allows the user to ge…

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Apple’s iAd platform could aid Google’s effort to purchase AdMob

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Apple’s iAd platform could aid Google’s effort to purchase AdMob

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iPhone OS 4 was announced today, and iPhone users across the country are foaming at the mouth to get revolutionary features like multitasking, folders, and changing wallpapers. These are ground-breaking co…

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Demand for Android phones trumps iPhone

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Demand for Android phones trumps iPhone

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A new survey and report by ChangeWave shows that Android has caught up to the demand of the iPhone and, by a very small margin, actually trumped it. The iPhone has traditionally been the “apple” of smartphone buy…

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Samsung Galaxy S contains most powerful GPU in any Android phone to date

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Samsung Galaxy S contains most powerful GPU in any Android phone to date

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So, you think that the Nexus One and the up and coming HTC EVO will be the 1Ghz powered Android phones to beat? Not entirely true. It appears that the Samsung Galaxy S will contain a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 chip that is fa…

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Nexus One compared to iPhone, defended by HTC CEO

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Nexus One compared to iPhone, defended by HTC CEO

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Infographics! Hooray! I was never a fan of stats and figures, but infographics are a good way of taking those boring numbers and turning them into something interesting. Below is an infographic comparing lots…

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Knocking Live allows Androids and iPhones to share video in harmony

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Knocking Live allows Androids and iPhones to share video in harmony

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The application Knocking Live, which is a live user-to-user video streaming application that was once banned from the iPhone’s App Store and then later approved by Mr. Jobs, is now available on Android…

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Android market share grows at an amazing pace, Apple’s hardly at all; no one notices

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Android market share grows at an amazing pace, Apple’s hardly at all; no one notices

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A brief overview on Engadget last week of some market share figures presented by comScore hid some amazing results for Android. In Engadget’s article and subsequent posts around the internet, people n…

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The Nexus One is not a “flop”, it is an experiment [OPINION]

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The Nexus One is not a “flop”, it is an experiment [OPINION]

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A post today on Silicon Alley Insider says that the Google Nexus One has been on sale for 74 days and has only sold 135,000 units. They make the comparison to the Motorola DROID and iPhone sales of their first 74 day…

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