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LTE Phone Shipments Will Triple To 275M Units In 2013, With Amazon + Mozilla Among Those Waiting In The Wings To Pounce

We are far from global ubiquity for LTE and other 4G networks, but carriers in markets that have implemented the faster mobile data standard are seeing a boom in growth. Figures out today from <a targ

Strategy Analytics: iPad’s Loss Is Android’s Gain In Tablets In A Lackluster Quarter Of 25M Units Shipped

With Apple just ending its conference call for its quarterly results, <a target="_blank" href="">Strategy Analytics</a> has published its numbers on global tablet sales

Mobile Milestone: The Number Of Smartphones In Use Passed 1 Billion In Q3, Says Strategy Analytics

We are just getting into reporting season, where some (but not all) handset makers tell us how many handsets they've sold in the last three months, but <a target="_blank" href="http://www.strategyanal

Android’s US Market Share Declined By 5% In Q2, ‘Approaching A Peak’: Strategy Analytics

Have we reached a state of "peak Android" in the same way that the energy industry can reach "peak oil"? This is an idea being floated today by Strategy Analytics. <a href="

24.9M Tablets Sold In Q2, With Apple’s Share Of That Now Over 68%, Says Strategy Analytics

One of the strong points in Apple's quarterly earnings report yesterday was sales of the iPad. Globally, they were up 52% by revenue and 84% by unit sales, respectively to $9 billion and 17 million. 

Strategy Analytics: Apple Has Shipped 250M iPhones, Made $150B In Revenues In The Past 5 Years

We know that Apple has been making a killing from the iPhone, with the device reigning as the single-most popular smartphone in a number of markets -- despite Android-based handsets collectively havin

Report: LTE Connections To Hit 90 Million By Year’s End, 1 Billion By 2017

By now, we're pretty familiar with the term 4G LTE. But that in and of itself is somewhat surprising. It took 12 years for GSM wireless technology to reach one billion connections, and WCDMA took 11 y

Samsung May Have Just Become The King Of Mobile Handsets, While S&P Downgrades Nokia To Junk

Samsung has been, for years, slowly approaching Nokia as the world's biggest handset maker, and today looks like the day the crown has been passed: As of last quarter, Strategy Analytics noted that Sa

Study: 61% of U.S. Households Now Have WiFi

In the U.S., 61% of all households currently have WiFi networks installed at home. According to <a href="

China Beats U.S. In Q3, Becomes Largest Smartphone Market By Volume

While smartphone adoption continues to pick up steam here in the U.S., new research from <a href="