Kantar's figures show Windows phone sales market share continuing to fall. Indeed, it asserts that Microsoft's mobile OS is now "exiting the market", leaving iOS and Android to fight for customers.
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Microsoft's has seen its share of the desktop browser plummet while Chrome is picking up more and more steam. Chrome now has 7% more market share than Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Edge combined.
After almost a year of Windows 10's release, the OS has steadily grown in popularity. With this, according to StatCounter, Windows 10 is now the most used desktop operating system in North America.
Windows phones now account for just 0.7% of the worldwide smartphone market - down from 2.5% a year ago - and it appears that as few as 100,000 non-Lumia Windows phones were sold in Q1 of this year.
The search engine market share for April 2016 is now available, showing that Bing is slowly creeping up on Google's domination of the market, taking away 0.2% from the search giant in a month.
Data acquired by StatCounter suggests that usage share for Firefox globally surpassed Internet Explorer for the first time. In spite of this feat, Google Chrome remains the dominant browser.
IDC has released its latest quarterly market share report for tablets, which has revealed a huge fall in shipments mainly due to lack of interest among consumers for these portable devices.
According to the British market research firm, Apple's iOS faces increasing competition from Android in Asia, and Windows Phone is still shrinking in the five most important European markets.
Steam's stats for March are in and they show a continued decline in overall Steam for Linux usage. Windows 10 is continuing to steal market share from old Windows versions as it gains on Windows 7.
The latest Kantar stats show little change in the downward trend for Windows Phone as Android and iOS steal the show, and the battle for converting feature phone users in the US is still on.
Gartner global smart phone sales figures for the fourth quarter of 2015 are now available, leaving Windows at 1.1% of smart phone sales. Android and iOS combine for 98.5% of global sales.
Microsoft's Surface range is struggling even against the iPad Pro despite the detachable tablet market seeing significant growth as consumers look to replace their PCs with tablets packing more power.
Windows 10's growth is really starting to show now; only six months after its release, it is now the second most-used version of Windows. Windows 7 still holds an impressive slice of the pie though.
Samsung sit atop the global smartphone shipment vendor list, but their dominance in China has been hit hard by companies like Huawei and Xaiomi, being pushed from the top five altogether.
Microsoft hit a massive milestone this month, their latest OS - Windows 10 - has stormed into second place, overtaking Windows 8.1. Now it has it's sight set on Windows 7.
This previous year was terrible for the PC market, with sales seeing their biggest decline on record. The launch of Windows 10 did little to help the market, being a free upgrade.
comScore's latest data for the US smartphone market shows that Windows phone share declined by 0.1% for a second quarter, while iOS fell by 1.0% - but Android was the big winner, up by 1.4% to 53.1%.
AOL has fully transitioned to using the Bing search engine for its queries. This means that Microsoft now sits around the 30% mark in terms of desktop search market share in the USA.
According to several web analytics firms, Microsoft's new operating system is slowly conquering more and more devices, and while it can't yet dethrone Windows 7, it should soon surpass Windows 8.1.
New data from the US Government's Digital Analytics Program shows that Windows 10 is already used by more than 12% of the total Windows users visiting Government websites.
New statistics from Gartner have revealed that the market share of Windows Phone has fallen once again, dropping to 1.7%. This is nearly half of the 3.0% seen this time last year.
Windows 10 adoption looks to have slowed down during October. It's not wholly bad news for Microsoft though as Windows 10 usage is still increasing. Adoption could increase over the holiday season.
After a month since it was released, Windows 10 has already managed to capture 5.21% of the desktop OS market. It has also surpassed Apple's OS, Mac OS 10.10 Yosemite.
The last full month of only Windows 8 being available to consumers has wrapped up and with Microsoft making a strong push with Windows 10, Windows 8 market share has peaked at a little over 16%.
The latest data shows interesting trends in the US, where the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S6 has picked up steam. Unfortunately, Apple is still going strong in Europe where Android lost market share.
Data from comScore indicates that Windows Phone market share has tumbled in the US and is now down to just 3%. However, with Windows 10 just around the corner, this might soon change.
The latest data shows that Samsung's new flagship devices were off to a slow start on the market, while Apple keeps gaining market share. However that trend might have already changed.
Despite numerous issues with the ecosystem as a whole, Microsoft's Windows Phone managed to hold its own and actually grow faster than Android across some big European countries.
According to data from AdDuplex, Windows 10 for phones is just starting to make a mark on Windows OS market share, but it has a long way to go before it'll even beat Windows Phone 7.
Comscore's monthly stats are in, showing slight gains for the market share of Windows Phone and Android and dips for Apple and BlackBerry in the USA during the 3 month period ending February 2015.
The latest data shows that Windows Phone is doing surprisingly well in the EU where it holds around 10% market share, but the OS is still struggling in many other markets, including the US.
After nearly a year, the discontinued Windows XP still has more market share than Windows 8 and 8.1 combined - but its dwindling market share indicates that people may finally be ready to move on.
Kantar has released the latest market share figures, and it looks like Android's dominance may soon come to an end, and Windows Phone is still in bad shape, but that may change with Windows 10.
After losing the top spot in China to Xiaomi last year, Samsung has now been pushed into second place in the Indian smartphone market by Micromax, which grabbed 22 percent of sales there last quarter.
We take a closer look at the numbers in Kantar's quarterly report ending November 2014, and it looks like Apple's iPhone 6 is giving Android a squeeze, and Windows Phone hits a new low.
In its latest report on the state of the smartphone market, IDC is predicting that Windows Phone will see strong sales increases over the next few years alongside the rest of the market players.
Microsoft today revealed some information on how it's doing with Windows Phone, including details of year-on-year growth, the number of markets in which it has achieved double-digit share, and more.
While Microsoft still has 90% of the global PC market, its share of the total devices market is just 14%, as the company's chief operating officer, Kevin Turner, explained at WPC 2014 today.
BlackBerry has accused its rivals of spreading "fear, uncertainty and doubt" about the company, and says the media have "crowded the airwaves" with "sensationalized reports" about its performance.
BlackBerry can claim a small victory - at least in the UK, where it's still more popular than Windows Phone for consumers (you read that right) despite a damaging decline in worldwide market share.
According to industry analysts IDC, BlackBerry's global market share in 2014 will be just 0.8%, and will fall further to 0.3% by 2018 - by which time, they say, Windows Phone will have grown to 6.4%.
If latest market research numbers are to be believed, Samsung has managed to capture 71 percent of the smartwatch market and has already shipped over 500,000 watches in the first quarter of 2014.
Acer says that it cannot justifying 'taking the risk' of launching Windows Phones while consumer demand for the OS remains so low, and while the app situation on the platform "needs fixing".
The latest report from AdDuplex shows that low and mid-range Windows Phones are what's pushing the platform forward. The Lumia 520 sales are slowing down but the Lumia 625 is becoming a new hit.
Its hardware partners are turning to Android and Chrome OS. PC shipments are falling. Meanwhile, its devices strategy consists of two Surface tablets, plus Nokia. It's time for Microsoft to do more.
After ditching sales of Apple's iPhone, Russia's largest mobile network is pushing Windows Phone, opening special retail zones in its stores for the OS, which has now grown to 8.2% of the market.
Windows 8 has posted market share gains for June, passing Windows Vista after rising 0.83 percentage points to capture 5.10% of the market. It shows slow but continued gains for Microsoft's newest OS
Apple CEO Tim Cook faced Android's exponential rise head on, speaking at the D11 conference yesterday. He did, however, cite some impressive statistics that put a different slant on the case.
Garner has published their report on global handset sales for the first quarter of 2013. Android owns the market with 75% while Windows Phone accounts for 3%. Apple is still in second place at 18%.
According to data released by Windows Phone advertising network AdDuplex, Nokia command a huge 83% of the Windows Phone market outside the United States, showing how popular their Lumia devices are.