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Showing posts with label iOS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label iOS. Show all posts

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Kantar WorldPanel - Windows Phone Market Share Continues Around The World

Windows Phone is continuing is steady growth  despite the  tough competition by Android and iOS. According to the newest Kantar reports, Windows Phone is taking more and more market share and positioning is self in third place, pushing BlackBerry down the ladder.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Windows Phone market share up to 11.6 percent by 2016 according to IDC

The research company IDC today released its forecast for the smartphone market, or rather, the distribution of individual operating systems between now and 2016. Global smartphone volume in the fourth quarter of 2012 (4Q12) is expected to reach 224.5 million units, representing 39.5% year-over-year growth due primarily to strong consumer demand.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Angie: Another Siri competitor for Windows Phone (Video)

Several weeks ago we have seen first Siri competitor for Windows Phone  Ask Ziggy , the personal assistant that uses speech recognition to perform various operations from our terminal similar to what happens with Siri iOS5 of Apple.

Now comes a another Siri competitor ,Angie is a new application for Windows Phone still in Beta (Available only on the French marketplace,using the natural language that allows you to view information about television programs,read favorite news, access to our social network, translate words in a foreign language, find a place and much more. Besides having a detailed graphic, developers have released a development kit that allows any developer to create skills for Angie or create your own personal assistant for a specific task.

Source MonWindowsphone

Saturday, January 21, 2012

iSuppli: Windows Phone will become the second mobile operating system in 2015

From research conducted by the American iSuppli  new interesting forecasts have emerged, going up to 2015. 

We should expect a slow decline in growth of the IOS and Windows Phone intended to capture second place behind unstoppable Android.

Nokia is the real engine of this lift, which will start stronger, according to iSuppli, with the release of 900 Lumia. 
In the face of only 1.9% of the share recorded in 2011 by the Windows Phone, the highly anticipated smartphones of the Finnish should allow a considerable leap this year, bringing its market share to 9%