May 10th, 2013

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Smart mobile devices? That's a category including smartphones, tablets AND notebooks (laptop computers), useful for analysts because it more-clearly compares sales of the first two categories with the...

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April 9th, 2013

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The four biggest app stores from Apple, Google, BlackBerry and Microsoft generated 13.4bn downloads and $2.2bn of revenues in the first quarter of 2013, according to Canalys. That's up 11% and 9% respectively...

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February 8th, 2013

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Android powered 34% of all mobile phones shipped in the third quarter of 2012, with the global smartphone market growing 37% year-on-year. In total, there were 216.5m smartphones shipped in the quarter,...

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December 5th, 2012

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It's a good day for new data on the apps market, with Canalys and App Annie revealing their latest figures on revenues from iOS and Android. Canalys is making waves with its claim that a mere 25 developers...

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August 3rd, 2012

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With Q2 financials out of the way, the analysts are calculating market shares for various industries. Canalys has numbers on global smartphone shipments by platform, claiming that Android accounted for...

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February 24th, 2012

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This being the last working day before Mobile World Congress, everyone and their market-researching aunt is coming out with mobile stats. Here’s a very brief run-through of each, but the links below...

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February 6th, 2012

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In need of a sign-of-the-times stat to deploy in a conference presentation this year? Try this, from Canalys: more smartphones were shipped than PCs in 2011. The analyst firm claims that manufacturers...

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November 2nd, 2011

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More analysis of Q3′s smartphone sales and shipments? You got it, from Canalys. The company thinks that HTC shipped the most smartphones in the US last quarter, with 5.7 million units giving it nearly...

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