Google's mobile Android operating system continues to dominate the smartphone market, claiming a whopping 51.8% of the lucrative space in June 2012.
It isn't the first research group to suggest this, but Nielsen now says if you don't own a smartphone in the US, you're a minority.
A recent survey conducted by Nielsen confirms that 43% of all U.S. smartphone owners have an Android device.
There are roughly 250,000 apps available for Android, but how many of them ever gain an attention?
Google's Android is currently the most popular mobile operating system, with approximately 38% of smartphone consumers owning devices powered by the OS.
Sedentary lifestyles will never die! That's right, Americans are still couch potatoes - despite the fact that the number of U.S. households with TV sets dropped from 98.9 % to 96.7% for the first time in 20 years.
The iPhone is the smartphone of choice, right, the object of everybody's desire? Wrong.
Compared to this time last year, consumer taste is exceedingly leaning toward Google's mobile OS.
They can barely read, but kids as young as six years old are already getting iPad fever. It's the most-wanted consumer electronic gift among the very young demographic.
If you think you see people never letting go of their mobile phones, you aren't imagining things. The latest report from Nielsen shows that the average teen in the US is now sending and/or receiving 3,339 text messages every month.
It's official! Android is now rated the most popular operating system amongst consumers who purchased a smartphone over the past six months.
Did you know that only 24% percent of American adults who own smartphones run mobile apps?
Microsoft is proving that you can do anything if you put your mind - and the resources of a multi-billion dollar corporation - to it.
Although it seems like everyone is calling it the next big thing, the majority of consumers are not that excited about 3D TV, and according to one study's results, interest in the technology actually goes down after users give it a test run.
Android may be poised to dominate the US smartphone market, but a recent survey indicates that Apple’s shiny iPhone remains quite a coveted device.
People are spending less time checking their e-mail, reading news and going to traditional online portals, but are spending a heck of a lot more time on Facebook and Twitter.
Reading an ebook is substantially slower than reading a standard paper version, according to a study.
There is a huge discrepancy in mobile data usage among smartphone owners, as millions of people use less than 1 MB per month while others gobble it up to no end.
As if there was ever any doubt! Yes, a recent survey published by Nielsen confirms what we already suspected: games are the most downloaded apps on mobile devices.
It's not the conclusive answer they were probably hoping for, but Nielsen has found from a massive survey that people 'might' be prepared to pay for online content.