by Jules Wang | July 6, 2015 5:32 PM
Innovate. Catch up. Innovate. Catch up. Google. Apple. Apple. Google. Rinse and repeat. There are definitely reasons why Android has the world on its platform and why iOS is the only feasible contender in the US. That's for another article. Meantime, Windows has been struggling, struggling and struggling with the slow waddle towards feature-packed Windows 10 for mobile. Blackberry's been comfortable serving its corporate and security niches in the market with its own software and hardware, though they might succumb in the mobile platform race soon. webOS is off of smartphones and onto ...
by Adam Doud | January 14, 2014 7:00 AM
Is it fair to call Windows Phone a distant third in the smartphone race? I mean really, are they even a contender? Does any Android OEM or Apple look at Windows Phone with any amount of concern? You wouldn’t think so, and truth be told, some probably don’t. The United States is a pretty clear two-horse race. Much of Europe is the same. Android has a strangle hold on world smartphone market share and Samsung has a stranglehold on world Android market share. So who is concerned about Windows Phone? Who should be concerned? Well, Apple for one. Microsoft released an interesting statistic ...
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