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ABI: iPad claimed 85% of tablets in 2010, Galaxy Tab just 8%

04/20, 1:25pm

ABI says iPad had 85pc share in 2010

A new look-back study from ABI Research on Wednesday gave Apple the lion's share of the tablet market for all of 2010. The iPad represented 85 percent of all tablets in the category and was well ahead of other rivals. Samsung's Galaxy Tab represented just eight percent where Archos managed just two percent; all others were just three percent combined.


ABI: Android to get 45% share by 2016, Windows Phone just 7%

03/31, 3:35pm

ABI sees Android and iPhone still tops in 2016

ABI Research in a long-term prediction gave Android the top spot in market share in the future but came to very different conclusions about other platforms than a rival IDC study. Google would get 45 percent share by 2016, but Microsoft would have to get "incredible success" with its Nokia deal to get more than seven percent share for Windows Phone 7, ABI said. The platform's growth would be slow enough that it would be overtaken by Samsung Bada, an essentially Samsung-only OS intended for low- to mid-range phones, with 10 percent.


Mobile apps now a "two-horse race" between Apple and Google

08/05, 12:00pm

Android and iOS to have 78pc of mobile apps

Apple and Google combined will have almost complete dominance of mobile apps this year, ABI estimated today. It saw the field as now just a "two-horse race" between Android and iOS that would give the two 78 percent of all app downloads this year. Apple will still have the clear majority with over half, 52 percent, reaching iPads, iPhones and iPods.


Study: mobile web use to grow tenfold

04/11, 3:25pm

ABI on Mobile Browsers

Continuing a string of research on the cellphone industry, ABI Research today said in a new report that it expects the use of mobile webbrowsers to grow ten times its size in the next five years. The analysis firm estimates that 76 million copies of browsers were in use by the end of 2007 but that this should grow to 700 million by 2013. The surge is credited to a surge in smartphone use, which is expected to bring full web browsing as well as a greater number of mobile-oriented websites.


Study: unlimited 3G mixed blessing for carriers

04/11, 12:35pm

ABI on 3G Cell Strain

Unlimited cellular plans, and particularly data plans, are liable to create severe pressure on the providers that host them even as the make new features available, says a new study from ABI Research. Analysts at the group warn that the promise to carriers of new subscribers through mostly or completely unlimited plans from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon may be offset by the need to support very likely spikes in network traffic. Providers are likely to spend extra to make sure their networks can handle the load, ABI says.



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