IDC has released its latest report on the state of the tablet market, and while the iPad remains the world’s most popular slate, it’s overall share continues to drop in the face of low-cost alternatives. … Read more
It’s not exactly news that Android has taken over the bulk of the smart device market, but in Q3 2013, Android appears to have claimed yet another title from Apple: The most revenue from tablet sales … Read more
IDC recently announced their tablet shipment estimates for Q3 2013 that showed a 6 percent growth over the previous quarter. This growth was entirely driven by large, branded Android tablet vendors as iPad demand declined … Read more
Worldwide tablet shipments grew to 47.6 million units in the third quarter of 2013, up 7 percent from the previous quarter and 36.7 percent from a year ago, largely thanks to Android, according to new … Read more
Apple’s once-dominant lead in the fast-growing tablet market is shrinking as buyers move to Android tablets, which are cheaper and available in different sizes, according to separate research released by IHS and IDC on Wednesday. … Read more
Apple’s grip on China’s tablet market has loosened as Asian tech companies increase sales with cheaper Android tablet computers. Dickie Chang, senior market analyst at IDC, said Thursday that Apple supplied …
If it seems like only a year ago that Apple’s iPad was the only tablet generating serious sales around the world, that’s because it was. IDC’s latest research shows that times have changed, however, and … Read more
Small tablet computers are marketplace hits, with economically-priced devices powered by Google’s Android software taking share from Apple iPads, according to International Data Corporation.