Apple is still growing its market share as a vendor of smartphones, but in all other categories, Google rules the roost. Who is doing better, Google or Apple? Depends on how you want to spin it.
Hey, we aren't the only ones who are surprisde. But, according to the comScore Media Metrix service, Yahoo had 3 million more unique visitors in July than Google. Apparently this vindicates Marissa Mayer, former Googler and presently CEO of Yahoo. And, frankly, it is mystifying. I mean, for the all the crap Yahoo has gotten these last few years and the notion that Mayer was a little bit of a dilettente, you can't argue with the numbers.
US shoppers spent 20 percent more on Black Friday than they did last year, with mobile purchases showing a particular boom.
There are enough smartphones in the US to account for nearly one in every three Americans.
Google's wildly popular mobile Android operating system claimed 46.9% of the smartphone market from September-November 2011 - up 3.1 percentage points from the prior three-month period.
Remember newspaper publishers? Well, the old school media managed to generate 20 percent more total visits to their websites in September.
If you're not logging onto Facebook or Twitter from your phone yet, you're quickly falling behind the times.
People using iOS devices are going online more than those with an Android phone or tablet, and not by an insignificant margin.
Google’s wildly popular mobile Android operating system continues to gain ground and now claims 41.8% of the smartphone market.
Comscore is used to being the source of news headlines, but this time it's a little bit different.
Since the launch of Microsoft's new mobile operating system, the market share of Windows-powered smartphones has fallen 38%.
New data about the makeup of the mobile market is not very favorable for RIM.
A lot of non-iPad tablets are finally starting to makes waves around the world, but a new study shows just how much of an uphill battle they face.
Google is still slipping, while Yahoo and Bing are picking up the slack, but everything is moving at a snail's pace.
MySpace lost an extraordinary ten million users in the space of just a month, according to figures from ComScore.
Mirroring a report from Nielsen last week, the latest numbers from respected mobile industry tracker Comscore show that Android is now the most popular smartphone platform in the country, putting an end to the seemingly unbeatable Blackberry operating system.
People are more interested in socializing than finding information, it seems, with Facebook overtaking Google as the way internet users spend most of their time.
No, it isn't just your imagination. The economic situation in our Democratic Republic has gone from bad to worse, as the chasm between the "haves" and "have-nots" continues to widen.
Google's Android platform is continuing to make steady gains in market share, increasing by almost a half from February to May.
Google's stranglehold on the online video market is stronger than ever before, raking in more video activity than its closest eight competitors combined, times four.