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Amazon’s Android Captures More Than Half Of Android Tablet Market

A prodigious report has been released by the ComScore. They said that more tablets run on the Amazon’s Android version than Google's. ComScore's report says that Kindle Fire captures more than half of Android tablet market, 54% to be exact. Although, Amazon did not reveal how many Kindle Fire it has sold so far, ComScore managed to gather the data…
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Android Extends Lead Over Apple

Android has taken a more commanding lead over iOS in the U.S., research firm ComScore is reporting and Android secured 43.7 percent of the U.S. smartphone OS market during the three-month period ended August 2011, jumping 5.6 percentage points from the 38.1 percent market share it had at the end of May. Apple's iOS platform came in second place…
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Android Still Leads ComScore Repots

ComScore calls Android top dog, Apple pulls further ahead of RIM and one in four phones in the United States is a Samsung device, with Android gaining ground, as BlackBerrys lose out to cheaper handsets. Google at an impressive 15% increase to top the chart at 41.8% market share followed by the usual suspects, RIM in third at 21.7% (down 5%), and…
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Apple iPad Is The Leader Of Tablet Traffic, iPhone-Android Gap Closing

iPad accounts for 97 percent of US tablet traffic online and the slate segment is still young and accounts for only a tiny percentage of total traffic. Apple devices have nearly dominated the world in terms of mobile web traffic and No other company has been able to cut Apple’s reign globally, but with more and more new brands like Amazon and HP…
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Google Reached New Milestone: One Billion Hits In May

Google sites raked in more than a billion unique visitors in the month of May, the first time an Internet company has reached that milestone and traffic to Google properties has increased by 8.4 percent over the past year to reach the billion hit mark. This traffic includes its search engine, email service Gmail and video-sharing site…
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Mobile Web vs. Desktop Web

Mobile app use trumping web browsing for the first time and time spent with mobile apps per day per person reached an average of 81 minutes compared to 74 minutes on the Web. This growth in mobile app usage, clocking in at a 91% increase year-over-year has come primarily from more sessions per user per day, but mobile apps haven't always been more…
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