according to IBM. Their Big Blue mother brain found that the iOS platform accounted for 14.5% of all Cyber Monday web purchases. Android was only responsible for about 2.5%.
they’re ready to let Developers use it. Of course, there are some caveats, but the upside is also pretty big.
IBM is claiming that current systems are already getting a bit old and should be updated to a mobile device era. And the technology that will do just that is already present in most Android phones: Near-field communications or NFC.
eWeek. The partnership will come in the form of business-centric software from IBM bundled on HTC's upcoming phones, as Big Blue announced at its Lotusphere conference in Orlando.
50% sales market share as of last quarter. It looks like developers, specifically in the IT area, are taking notice. When IBM gave a survey to IT pros on which platform they were more interested in, Android won by a landslide, beating out both Apple and Microsoft in their relevant areas.