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31/01/2011 - Google's Android Becomes the World's Leading Smartphone Platform
Canalys today published its final Q4 2010 global country-level smart phone market data, which revealed that Google's Android has become the leading platform. Shipments of Android-based smartphones reached 32.9 million, while devices running Nokia's Symbian platform trailed slightly at 31.0 million worldwide.

03/11/2010 - Apple Takes the Lead in the US Smartphone Market with a 26% Share
In Q3 2010, the worldwide smartphone market grew an impressive 95% over the same quarter a year ago to 80.9 million shipped units, according to Canalys. Nokia retained its leadership position, albeit by a diminished margin, with a 33% share of the market. Apple’s healthy performance this quarter saw it achieve a 17% share worldwide, a little ahead of RIM, which held a 15% share this quarter.

02/03/2010 - MWC 2010: Interview with Pete Cunningham, Senior Analyst at Canalys
On the last day of the Mobile World Congress we met with Pete Cunningham, Senior Analyst at Canalys, he gave us a review on what his impressions had been at the congress. Watch the video to get his expert opinions on the devices and apps which impressed him most at the Congress.

25/01/2010 - What Does Nokia’s Launch of Free Navigation Mean to the Market?
On 21 January 2010, Nokia announced that it is to make turn-by-turn navigation free with its Ovi Maps offering. The research firm Canalys claims the move is a logical one for Nokia to take, especially in light of the recent launch of Google’s free navigation solution.

However, alanysts predict Nokia’s announcement will not be welcomed though by all its mobile operator partners.


01/12/2009 - Canalys Mobility Forum: Interview with Patrick Remy, VP Devices for Orange Group

The Canalys Mobility Forum EMEA 2009 took place in London on the 17th of November. A highly informative event which gave industry experts insights into the evolution of the pc and phone industries for the coming years, it specifically developed a discussion around the dynamics of the netbook and smartphone sectors.

Biz-News.com was with Patrick Remy, VP Devices for Orange Group a young French industry professional that is based in London. Patrick gave us some insights into the work of Orange Group and how it is managing to keep on top in a market that is continuously changing and where customers are growingly more demanding with the devices and services operators offer.


27/11/2009 - Canalys Mobility Forum: Interview with Ted Morgan, CEO of Skyhook Wireless

VIDEO INTERVIEW. The Canalys Mobility Forum EMEA 2009 took place in London on the 17th of November. A highly informative event which gave industry experts insights into the evolution of the pc and phone industries for the coming years, it specifically developed a discussion around the dynamics of the netbook and smartphone sectors.

Smartphone.Biz-News.com spoke to Ted Morgan, CEO of Skyhook Wireless, an American based company that has great passion for its developed iPhone App, a location based app which has been used to develop most extraordinary and original apps. Watch our video interview to find out more.

04/11/2009 - Motorola Becomes a First-Mover Again

“Android provides differentiation today, but may not tomorrow,” says recent Canalys report on Motorola’s market strategy.

During its Q3 earnings call on 29 October, Motorola’s Co-CEO Sanjay Jha announced the company’s quarterly profit of $12 million, up from a $397 million loss a year ago.

Canalys claims the quick rollout of DROID following the CLIQ demonstrates that the company is moving in the right direction, having suffered from portfolio stagnation following the earlier tremendous success of the RAZR.



09/10/2009 - Canalys Special Report “Smart phone market trends 2009/2010”
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The mobile industry is pinning its hopes on smart phones as the driver of growth in difficult times. Overall mobile phone shipments are falling, but smart phones are growing and taking an increasing share of the market.

Companies such as Apple and RIM are seeing increases in demand for their devices, challenging the likes of Nokia, and leading a fundamental shift toward new device form factors and use of mobile applications by consumers and businesses...


The Canalys “Smart phone market trends 2009/2010” report pulls together, in a concise format, qualitative analysis of key market trends, top-level market share and shipment estimates for the leading vendors, comparative analysis of vendors’ performance and evaluation of their strengths and weaknesses, and forecasts for future market development.

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31/08/2009 - Q2: Nokia Retains Lead but Apple and RIM Are Rising Fast

“Smart phones continue to shine as one of the brightest spots of the technology industry, with shipments growing despite the global recession,” says the recent Canalys’ report on the Q2 key smartphone market trends.

The report shows that Nokia maintains global lead, Apple’s success continues, as the iPhone takes 23% of the North American market and RIM continues to gain share, succeeding with its push into the consumer market. Touchscreens become the preferred interface, representing 40% of all shipments.



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