Apple is selling fewer MacBooks and iMacs, according to analyst IDC, but declining PC sales across the board means the company actually occupies a larger slice of the market.
The iPhone's share of the US smartphone market dropped in advance of the new lineup, says Kantar WorldPanel ComTech, but it will certainly bounce back as the new phones gain traction.
Research firm predicts global shipments will rise around 10 percent this year, compared with more than 27 percent in 2014. One reason? Demand for devices in China is falling.
Microsoft's new OS clipped off a 6.6 percent slice of desktop OS traffic in September as measured by Web tracker NetMarketShare, just a small increase from August.
The search giant faces more scrutiny in Europe. This time, Russia says Google is being anticompetitive with business practices around its Android mobile operating system.
Last year's 4.7-inch-screened model is the most adopted iPhone of all the ones on the market, says mobile marketing and analytics firm Localytics, while the 5.5-inch version didn't fare as well.
The 6S agency really likes its name and lightheartedly asks Apple to rethink the naming scheme for its next generation of smartphones.
It's reportedly planning to release new China-specific versions of its Google Play app store and Android Wear software, in what would be a markedly softened stance toward the country.
SK Telecom, South Korea's biggest mobile carrier, will release its first smartphone on September 4.
More than a quarter of smartphone buyers across Europe jumped ship from Android to iOS, which saw solid gains across most of the continent, says research firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.