Posted by A Ocean on September 7, 2012 ·
Credit : JD Power
J.D. Power’s newest Wireless Smartphone Customer Satisfaction Study reveals that iPhone users rate their devices highest among all smartphone users in all surveyed categories, categories included performance , physical design, features and ease of operation.
On a 1,000-point scale, Apple ranked first with a score of 849, performing well in all key factors used to determine [...]
Posted by A Ocean on August 15, 2012 ·
Credit : Macobserver.com
Android dominance of the smartphone market continued during the second quarter, majorly powered by Samsung’s Galaxy 3′s success. Apple in contrast struggled somewhat as consumers unexpectedly held out for the next version of the iPhone according to Gartner, Inc. Worldwide sales of mobile phones to end users reached 419 million units in the second quarter of 2012, [...]
Posted by A Ocean on August 8, 2012 ·
Image Credit : talkandroidphones.com
iPhone User? - You’re in the minority. Smartphones powered by Android accounted for 68% of all smartphones shipped in Q2 2012, Apple iPhone came in at a in a distant second with a 17% share of the global market. IDC analysts traced Android’s success in the market directly to South Korean personal electronics giant Samsung, which so far this year has [...]
Posted by A Ocean on July 13, 2012 ·
A recent Nielsen survey revealed that two-thirds of new mobile phones purchased in the second quarter of 2012 were smartphones. Nielsen also reported that just under 55% of all U.S. mobile subscribers owned smartphones.
Android was the market leader with 51.8% of smartphone owners using an Android OS handset, Apple came second with 34.3% share, and Blackberry owners represented another 8.1 % of [...]
Posted by A Ocean on July 11, 2012 ·
After Twitter introduced iOS integration last month, how could Facebook not get on the bandwagon, earlier today Facebook launched OS-level integration on the iPod touch, iPad and iPhone. A new iOS Dev Center was also revealed, so that developers have easy access the tools and resources to build varied social apps for iOS.
The key features of the new code are superior user session management, ready-to-use [...]
Posted by A Ocean on July 11, 2012 ·
Investors or BlackBerry users – no one seems to be happy with BlackBerry maker Research in Motion due to their inability to stay current with the market demands and inability to catch up with Apple iOS and Android based devices that does much more than email and phone calls. That’s going to change according to RIM‘s CEO.
RIM’s CEO Thorsten Heins, who replaced long time CEOs [...]
Posted by Adam Cook on May 1, 2012 ·
Product: Blackberry Playbook 2.0
Price: Starts at £169.99
The tablet market is a funny one in many ways. The undisputed king is Apple, with the luxurious (and expensive) iPad and they aren’t going anywhere. But everyone wants a piece of that pie, and now Blackberry have their newest Playbook model – 2.0 – that is offered at a cheaper price and thus presents a lower barrier to entry. But [...]
Posted by A Ocean on September 29, 2010 ·
Apple reinvented the Tablet computing landscape with its Tablet iPad, competition soon followed with Dell launching Streak, Samsung joined the fray with Galaxy Tab, Blackberry became the latest entrant with its PlayBook tablet launched earlier this week.
We bring you a feature comparison of these four models
Posted by A Ocean on September 28, 2010 ·
Blackberry PlayBook Tablet
At the BlackBerry Developer Conference in San Francisco yesterday , Research In Motion’s CEO Mike Lazaridis announced the company’s new tablet named PlayBook. The Tablet PC will hit US stores early next year and with rollouts after April in the rest of the world.
The PlayBook will run on an OS created by the recently acquired QNX, it will be called BlackBerry [...]
Posted by A Ocean on September 3, 2010 ·
mobile version of Twitter
Twitter’s mobile usage of the service has gone up 62% in just over four months, and 16% of all new Twitter users are starting out on mobile devices as opposed to web signups according to Twitter’s CEO Ev Williams.
“Our Twitter for iPhone and Twitter for BlackBerry clients are now two of the most popular ways to use Twitter. This may not be surprising. [...]