In its year-end “State of Mobile Advertising” report, Opera Mediaworks made one very interesting insight into the relationship between Google and Apple.
Search engine giant Google does not make much money from Android but it might be secretly rooting for the success of iOS.
The long-rumored 8-inch Android tablet from Google is a dud. The device is far from a threat to Samsung or Apple.
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Google has started offering more Google Play edition devices alongside Samsung's flagship S4. In time, it could help Google's Android close the software gap with Apple.
If users begin to perceive the Android experience as a cheap commodity, the drive to buy phones from Samsung will diminish dramatically.
Apple's iPhones have just moved to the most popular smartphones worldwide. They are so popular that Apple may possibly replace Samsung as top supplier in China either this month or next.
Following the release of its iOS app last year, Android mobile device users can now access pics, too.
Microsoft may bring back the Start Menu to the next iteration of Windows -- a move that shows the company is falling short of understanding user preferences when developing products.