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A Tale of Two Smartphones

Mar 10, 2013 | Analytics, Interesting, Terenin

Embodiment of opposition of an iOS and Android in an infographic

Microsoft loses its billions

Feb 18, 2013 | Analytics, Interesting, Olenberger

Microsoft still remains the most popular and all-over accepted part of Standard program package. Why we don't still see Word, Excel and Powerpoint inside iPad? What's the point in that? But it is obvious that, on the one hand, employees feel extreme lack of Microsoft Office, and, on the other hand Microsoft itself.

Apple loses the smartphone war to Samsung

Feb 13, 2013 | iOS, Analytics, Olenberger

Stephen Wozniak, Apple Inc. co-founder, says in the interview for German Wirtschafts Woche Magazine that the American company – in spite of astounding results in the smartphone market – loses the market supremacy war to South Korean Samsung.

iPad market share expected to grow

Jul 11, 2012 | Analytics, Grigorieva

The International Data Corporation (IDC) has released a report stating that new products and lower price points will increase tablet shipments—higher than previously expected.  Moreover, the release of Windows 8/RT tablets won’t necessarily take shares away from iOS or Android, but rather it will help the overall tablet market grow.

$85 for Windows RT?

Jun 21, 2012 | Analytics, Interesting

When Microsoft announced its tablet strategy with the Windows RT, many thought that Microsoft will change its pricing model for OEMs too, signaling a shift in strategy. Reality is however, vastly different with Microsoft requesting as much money as OEM version of the Windows 7 Home Premium.

For And Against The iPad Mini

Jun 04, 2012 | Analytics, iOS, Terenin

Rumors of a 7- to 7.85-inch iPad have been swirling around for a long while now. We’ve seen reports get killed moments after they initially break, only to be sneakily resurrected weeks or months later. The rumor simply won’t die. The problem, however, is that this one in particular is a tough nut to crack. When you take all the evidence both for and against a little iPad, you’re still left with no real conclusion. So conclusion aside, here are some of the reasons Apple may, or may not, introduce the little iPad...

Is It Necessary to Participate When Kids play with the iPhone or iPad

May 05, 2012 | Analytics, iOS, Grigorieva

With so many iPhone and iPad apps for kids out there, we probably do not have the definite answer to this question. It depends on several factors that come into the play – such as the age of your kids, how they act with the iPhone and of course what the desires of parents and kids are.

China Now Leads the World in New iOS and Android Device

Mar 30, 2012 | Analytics, iOS, Grigorieva

Flurry recently quantified China’s meteoric adoption of iOS and Android applications. While China ranked 10th in application sessions at the beginning of 2011, it finished the year in 2nd place, only behind the United States.

An Analysis of the Education on the App Store

Mar 22, 2012 | Analytics, iOS, Grigorieva

The JoanGanzCooney Center’s experts studied the changes in the market of educational apps within 2 years. The first iLearn research was done in 2009 and the second one in 2011.

More than 1 M iPad Russian owners surf the Internet

Mar 05, 2012 | Analytics, Grigorieva

According to Yandex study published at the end of January, 2012, there were more than 1 million iPad owners among web users. More than 700,000 of them are in Russia.