Apple dominated the amount of new devices activated this holiday season, twice that of Samsung, which could be blamed on its terrible year; however, data shows it actually did quite well.
With a share of over 50 percent of mobile device activations during December, Apple's new iPhone 6 is by far the most popular gadget gift this holiday season - trailed by Samsung, Nokia, and Sony.
A new report from Flurry claims that between December 25th to 31st, 1.76 billion Android and iOS apps were downloaded worldwide, a new record that was previously set for Christmas week 2011.
An online ad network claims that a new record was set on Christmas Day earlier this week for the number of new iOS and Android device that were activated by users.
A new study shows that project starts for Windows Phone apps have accelerated by a whopping 600 percent in the past 12 months, while project starts for Blackberry apps have remained flat.
A new report claims that during the period between December 25-31, Android and iOS users downloaded a total of well over 1 billion apps, with over 20 million new iOS and Android devices activated.
According to a study by mobile analytics firm Flurry, the iPhone platform appears to be gaining market share in the gaming industry, while the DS and PSP are both losing out. The study used NPD...
The sales figures for the Nexus One's first week sales are in, and the results aren't what Google was hoping for. The actual figures are based on Flurry, which tracks application usage per phone...