It’s time for Nielsen to break down the data it collected throughout the year, and once again, we’re seeing Android dominate the mobile space as of the end of October 2012. Android had 52% market share at the end of
Advertising, as they say, makes the world go round. If you use Twitter frequently, you’ve probably seen more than few promoted tweets in your timeline, and now the company is looking to expand on that idea a little bit.
Nielsen has issued its report on smartphones in the US during Q2 2012, and even though the smartphone market in general is looking pretty healthy, phones running some version of the Android OS are by far the most popular. In all,
I know, I know, stop the presses: Facebook is the most popular app on Android. The statistical wizards at Nielsen reached this conclusion based on active usage, not total downloads, noting that the recently-updated Facebook app
The metrics collecting cats over at Nielsen have offered up their latest insight into where the wireless mobile market is headed and what devices the people are buying today. According to the numbers collected as of August 43% of