According to analyst firm Strategy Analytics, 2 million smartwatches were shipped in 2013, the majority were Android powered.
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In response to popular demand, Google Maps has returned to the iPhone. The new Google Maps app is available for the iPhone and iPod Touch (4th gen) iOS 5.1 and higher.
The latest findings from market research firm ABI Research shows that Apple continues to lead the tablet market with 55% unit shipment share. However, tablets powered by the Android OS continue to eat away at Apple’s success.
T-Mobile has unveiled its full range of smartphones, tablet PCs etc for the Christmas season. Its holiday range includes Google Nexus 4 by LG with T-Mobile as a premier introduce partner, and the Google Nexus 7 by ASUS a quad core 7 inch tablet PC.
Sprint continues to beef up its LTE smartphone offering with the top of the range Galaxy Nexus, due for release Sunday, April 22. It’s priced at $199.99 (excluding taxes) with a suitable two-year service agreement.
The latest market research from Gartner shows that the proportion of smartphones sold in 2011, as a proportion of all mobile device sales, increased by 58% compared with 2010.
The latest research from Strategy Analytics shows that Android powered tablets leaped to a 39 percent share of the global market, closing the gap on Apple’s iPad which remained the leader with around 58 per cent of the market.
The Galaxy Nexus, one of the most eagerly anticipated Android devices of 2011, and third generation successor to Google’s previous flagship phones, the Nexus One and Nexus S is now available on Verizon’s LTE network.
PCWorld magazine has commended Trend Micro Mobile Security Personal Edition as one of the top 100 technology products for 2011. The solution provides security protection for a wide range of Android smartphones and tablets
Sprint is the first US carrier to offer its customers Google Wallet, initially on the Samsung Nexus S 4G.