Displaying items by tag: Market Share

Canalys' stats for Q1 2021 show Xiaomi in No.2 spot behind Samsung for the first time, pushing Apple to third, with the BKK-owned brands Oppo and Vivo in fourth and fifth spots, with Xiaomi's success at the expense of Huawei, but it's still Apple that makes the most money - and is BKK the real No.1?

Published in Home Tech

As distant education became the new normal in 2020, demand for Chromebooks rose to a record high, according to research from Finaria.it.

Published in Home Tech

Chinese smartphone brands Vivo celebrates being listed in the top 5 smartphone brands of the 2020 calendar, alongside Samsung, Apple, Huawei and Xiaomi, according to IDC.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The competition watchdog, the ACCC, will not oppose financial services company IOOF’s acquisition of the National Australia Bank owned MLC Wealth Management.

Published in Strategy

The extent to which the smartphone market is being flooded with new devices can be gauged from the fact that this week — with the economy in the toilet due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic — there have been four companies announcing new wares.

Published in Open Sauce
Friday, 08 February 2019 17:43

Mercury shows AMD market share is hotting up

Ok, so we're not talking about the mercury in the thermometer, but Mercury Research's latest market share estimates for Q4 2018, but either way, AMD's YoY growth is WoW.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Kantar's latest smartphone OS data shows Samsung S8 ranks first in Australia, followed by the iPhone 8, X and 8 Plus, with iOS share up to 40.6% as Android dips to 57.7%.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The latest research shows iPads dominate the Australian tablet with 46% market share, with sales up 6%, but while Windows tablets are up as Android tablets tumble, Windows market share barely beats Android at 29% vs 24%, respectively.

Published in Home Tech

Apple's own results are now in, showing strong sales of its iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X, but how does IDC compare Apple with the world's other top smartphone brands?

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The latest smartphone OS data shows iOS making an overall share gain in the top five European markets, with strong results in Spain, Germany, China, Japan and Australia.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Apple's iPhone has done extremely well in some countries, with Kantar stating Apple "is now back on form", but while it still reports "mixed performance" in some areas, too, Chinese Android users are switching to iPhone.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Noting the lack of an iPhone X model in October hurting iOS market share on nearly a global basis, Kantar also points to "Chinese challengers" being "squeezed out in home market".

Published in Telecoms & NBN

With 34.4% UK market share to Apple and 34% to Samsung, Huawei, Alcatel and Moto join them to account for almost 80% of Q3 2017 smartphone sales.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The latest Kantar data for the Australian telco market share shows the pre-paid sector up 4.5% vs a year ago to 35.7%, with over 75% on a "recharge as needed" tariff type, with competition intensifying.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

iPad totally dominates the Australian tablet market share at 49%, smashing Android at 29% and Windows at 22%, with Windows 2-in-1s, AR and SIM card slots the great Windows sales hope.

Published in Home Tech

A staggering 87% of all smartphones sold in China in Q2, 2017, came from Chinese makers, leaving Apple and Samsung with the rest.

Published in Mobility
Friday, 05 May 2017 11:31

Global tablet sales 'on a slippery slope'

Worldwide tablet sales contracted 8.5% in Q1, 2017 as the migration from traditional slates to hybrid formats continues to escalate.

Published in Market

Samsung may have had its annus horribilis with the Galaxy Note7, but it still comfortably leads the global smartphone market in Q3, 2017, although it and Apple are under siege from Chinese smartphone makers.

Published in Mobility

A solid 5.2% US market share increase for iOS during Q3 2016 to 34.2% as Android US share falls, but both iOS and Android made gains in Europe.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Emerging markets are powering smartphone sales, according to forecaster GfK, with full year global smartphone sales for 2016 set to increase from US$400.7 billion to US$426 billion, up 5%.

Published in Mobility
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