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All posts tagged "marketshare"


Monday, August 1, 2011

Windows Phone/Mobile Maintain 9% Marketshare

Posted by Adan Galvan in "Windows Phone News" @ 05:00 AM

http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/?p=28516

By now many of our readers may have had the chance to read about the latest market share numbers put out by Nielsen. In that report, Nielsen attributed 9% of the market to Windows Phone/Windows Mobile. The exact breakdown is unclear, and the total market share could get worse before it gets better. With the release of Mango and a slew of new devices headed to the market (not to mention the Nokia partnership), hopefully we will see some growth in the fourth quarter. What do you think? Can Microsoft reverse the slide?


Monday, September 15, 2008

RIM Surpasses Windows Mobile Marketshare

Posted by Ed Hansberry in "Pocket PC News" @ 04:00 AM

http://www.jkontherun.com/2008/09/s...phone-mark.html

JKOnTheRun has an overview of the second quarter for 2008 marketshare numbers, and there is a new number two player. Previously, Windows Mobile held on to the number two slot behind the big kid on the block, Symbian. In the most recent numbers, RIM's Blackberry platform has pushed Windows Mobile into third place.


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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Motorola Remains Number One Handset Maker In US

Posted by Ed Hansberry in "Pocket PC Competition" @ 01:00 PM

http://www.rcrnews.com/article/2008...815845/-1/rss01

"Motorola Inc. retained its No. 1 position with nearly 26% market share, followed by LG Electronics Co. Ltd. Strategy Analytics credited Moto’s carrier relationships and distribution network - though not necessarily its meager new product launches (only 10). "

This focuses on hardware makers, not platforms, though the numbers you see in the article for RIM show the strength of the Blackberry platform. HTC isn't listed, which means it is below Nokia's 9.5% and included in that 14.4% of "other."

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