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The latest AdDuplex data shows that the low-end Lumia 630 is doing well in the market, and Windows 10 is already entering the charts thanks to the enthusiasm around the preview version of the OS.
The number of tablet users is still growing at a great speed, but not for long, due to abundance in developed markets, as well as competition from other mobile devices like phablets and hybrids.
Reddit has chosen to offer some of its stats from 2014, showing that they are a step closer to becoming the "front page of the internet," with a nice infographic for your pleasure.
Windows Phone hasn't been doing that great recently when it comes to marketshare. But that's not the full story and there are some indications that Windows Phone is actually about to go big!
Turner Sports Interactive has released an app for fans which can single-handedly watch live NCAA games, provide stats, and display game schedules in one shot.
The latest report from Kantar clearly shows the winners and losers of 2013 in terms of smartphone marketshare. Microsoft's Windows Phone and Google's Android have seen much growth at others' expense.
There's really not a one-size-fits-all answer to the question of “why are users uninstalling my app?” But there do seem to be a few common factors that can contribute to this happening.
Apple seems to have another hit device on their hands with data pointing to rapid adoption of the iPad Air. Compared to previous years' models the iPad Air is selling almost 5 times more devices
Microsoft's new 'By The Numbers' site shares a range of stats about the company's products and achievements, featuring Live Tiles and a design inspired by the Windows 8 Start screen.
According to the latest data from StatCounter Google Chrome is the most popular browser in the world. Google said as much back at I/o when they announced that Chrome had over 750 million users.
According to the latest data, Microsoft's mobile operating system is growing quite rapidly in the US, even faster than Android. The OS now stands firmly in third place above Blackberry.
The latest data from Adduplex shows Nokia is still leading in the Windows Phone ecosystem and will continue to do so thanks to its middle and low-end offerings that have been selling quite well.
A porn site recently studied who was viewing the raunchy material, from where, and when and compiled an interesting Infographic. The result? Washington, DC must sell a lot of tissues on December 27th.
The First Person Shooter is arguably the most successful genre in the PC gaming scene, and we have an infographic that shows where it started and what defined the genre.
IBM investigated the extent of online sales for this past Cyber Monday, a now permanent online discount following Thanksgiving and the Black Friday weekend and found it was awesome!
Interpreting browser marketshare is more complex than what meets the eye. With scraping of data, filtering, and distributing all having the ability to skew the results, it's time to get informed.
Online stats has shown that Windows 7 has overtaken Windows XP as the worlds most used operating system. The news comes a few weeks after Microsoft confirmed that XP will end-of life in 2014.
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