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Apple’s strategy of aligning the iPhone to a single mobile operator seems to have failed in China, where Samsung has achieved impressive market share. According to Bloomberg, iPhone has a 7.5% share of smartphones sales in China, while Samsung has 24.3% market share.
Google’s Android OS will soon have Ubuntu Linux for moblie devices as competitor, an operating system developed under open source and available for use for free.
Worldwide smartphone sales will reach 468 million units in 2011, a 57.7 percent increase from 2010, according to Gartner. By the end of 2011, Android will move to become the most popular operating system worldwide and will build on its strength to account for 49 percent of the smartphone market by 2012.
06/05/2009 - Customised Mobile Banking Key To Future Success
Lukasz Michalkiewicz, from smartphone software developer eLeader, tells smartphone.biz-news about developments in mobile banking and the importance of tailoring applications to mobile platforms.
The Polish company has developed the first mobile banking solution customised for specific mobile operating systems.
MACH has announced a range of solutions designed to offset the impact on mobile operator roaming revenues of the recent European Union (EU) pricing regulations.
The company says its EU Compliance Power Pack will immediately counter the forecast reduction in revenues by implementing smart rating and price optimisation.
Steamezzo has announced that Samsung has selected its software products and professional services to develop, deploy and run its Rich Internet mobile portal.
The French company's Mobile Open Development Platform is already certified on hundreds of handsets and compatible with all mobile operating system.
23/12/2008 - Palm Gets $100m Lifeline Ahead Of Nova Launch
Palm has secured a USD $100 million equity lifeline from Elevation Partners just a few weeks before it unveils its new Nova operating system.
Faced with mounting losses and weak smartphone sales, the success of the new operating system could very well decide the company's fate.
24/09/2008 - Microsoft Delays Windows Mobile 7
Microsoft is not expected to complete a final build of its Windows Mobile 7 operating system until the second half of 2009.
The delay is a significant blow for the software giant, which has been counting on the next version of WinMo to enable devices that better rival Apple's iPhone.
22/09/2008 - Android Smartphone To Sell 400k By Year-end
You might expect sales to be intitially sluggish for a new smartphone with an unproven mobile operating system.
But that was never going to be the case with the hotly anticipated first Google Android handset from T-Mobile and HTC, which is expected to be officially announced Tuesday.
22/08/2008 - iPhone app developers target of VC funds
The success of Apple’s App Store is making smartphone software developers increasingly attractive to venture capitalists and phonemakers with millions to invest.
The head of one US$100m fund that invests in smartphone application start-ups has told the New York Times he expects to tap into the iPhone’s success.
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