But Jelly Bean is still in the lead, flavoring 48 percent of all devices visiting the Google Play store.
It's a digital camera, monitor, and eye-piece, all rolled into one light package.
Mobile phone makers and carriers had all hand on deck in Australia during October. Vodafone became the third 3G provider, Nokia announced an onslaught of phones, as did French manufacturer Sagem, which released fifteen phones.
Music download services crank up the volume, with Yahoo taking aim at market leader iTunes. Also: Xbox 360's coming-out party.
The rate at which people are putting the browser into action is slowing, but IE's market share continues to dip.
The software maker confirms that it delivered on its promise to provide licensed partners with a new version of its operating system for mobile devices before the end of 2003.
Web giant America Online plans to hire programmers in Bangalore as it pares back its Silicon Valley presence.
Big Blue bolsters its WebSphere lineup with software for building voice-enabled applications and ships a series of tools for non-PC devices.
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