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comScore Reports iOS Device Traffic Beats Android In Every Market

comScore Reports iOS Device Traffic Beats Android In Every Market

The battle never ends between Apple's iOS and Google's Android platforms, but thus far iOS continues to take the lead despite a broad and rapidly growing selection of Android smartphones and tablets. Research firm comScore has just issued a report introducing a new Device Essentials service that measures digital traffic from all devices and once again finds Apple's iOS to dominate all markets.

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comScore Finds iOS Ownership Double the Size of Android in Europe

comScore Finds iOS Ownership Double the Size of Android in Europe

That's when accounting for mobile phones, tablets, and other connected media devices - that's the whole barrel! It seems that comScore has released a study which includes results from the EU5 (aka UK Germany, France, Spain, and Italy) which included media tablet owners* and based on data from their own comScore MobiLens service. This report suggests that Apple's iOS platform (on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch,) has a combined platform reach of 28.9 users in the five European markets in the EU5 - this number outperforming Android by 116 percent.

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European iOS ecosystem larger than Android just as in US says report

European iOS ecosystem larger than Android just as in US says report

Android versus iOS is one of the biggest rivalries in the tech world. It’s right up there with OS X versus Windows in my book. Both sides in the iOS version Android user base are very supportive of their platforms leading to a lot of numbers being thrown around to show who is larger. By most accounts, the Android platform is now larger than the iOS platform in the smartphone world. When you zoom out and look at the entire iOS versus Android ecosystem with all available devices the picture changes.

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Android Beats Apple in US Smartphone Share

Android Beats Apple in US Smartphone Share

Just in case the IDC study showing that smartphones now outsell PCs wasn't enough of a rush for you, ComScore has a new study out today. It reveals a major upset in the US smartphone market: Android has beat iOS.

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Cyber Monday was big, rest of week softened

Cyber Monday was big, rest of week softened

Metrics firm comScore released information on the amount spent on Cyber Monday in the US. Cyber Monday was a big shopping day according to the firm with $1.028 billion spent. That massive total made Cyber Monday the largest shopping day online this year. The reminder of Cyber Monday week had strong shopping as well, but the amount spent softened considerably.

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comScore says online spending on Black Friday hit $648 million

comScore says online spending on Black Friday hit $648 million

The weeks leading up to Black Friday are filled with promises of cheap gadgets, electronics, and savings galore. Black Friday sees tons of people hitting stores when they would normally be sleeping and more and more people are doing shopping online on Black Friday and Cyber Monday than ever before.

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Comscore unveils September 2010 search engine rankings

Comscore unveils September 2010 search engine rankings

The search engine market is one that tends to change only slightly for the most part with Google dominating, Yahoo coming in second, and Microsoft the perennial third place. That market has changed a bit since Yahoo started using Bing search results, but Yahoo and Microsoft are still reported separately by Comscore.

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comScore offers search engine rankings for December 2009

comScore offers search engine rankings for December 2009

The search market is highly competitive thanks the massive amounts of money that can be made from the ads displayed alongside search results. The search engines in the US battle for the dominant position with the top contenders being Google, Yahoo, and Bing.

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