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Android to beat iOS and Windows Phone to beat BlackBerry says Ovum

Analyst firm Ovum thinks Android will be top dog for smart phones in 2016, way ahead of Apple's iOS, with Windows Phone overtaking BlackBerry behind that.

By March 28, 2011


Mobile revenue growth slowing, seen declining by 2018

Wireless carriers are going to have find new sources of revenue beyond signing up people for cellular service, says Ovum.

By October 10, 2013


Smartphone units to hit 1.7B in 2017; Android to dominate

According to research firm Ovum, the smartphone market will see a compound annual growth rate over the next several years of 25 percent.

By May 3, 2012


Eggs set sights on outer space

Ovum empire takes on the universe

By February 9, 2007


Android app downloads to overtake iPhone, study says

Tech analyst Ovum predicts Android will outstrip iPhone downloads this year, with total downloads reaching 18 billion. Has iPhone had its day?

By September 8, 2011


Social messaging cost carriers $14B in SMS revenue, says firm

Cell phone owners are turning to other services to chat with friends, according to Ovum. It also says carriers lost $8.7 billion in SMS revenue in 2010 because of social messaging.

By February 22, 2012


Android to overtake Apple in app downloads

Research firm Ovum says Google's Android is expected to see 8.1 billion application downloads this year, compared with 6 billion from Apple, as total downloads grow by 144 percent.

By September 8, 2011


Which came first--the speaker or the egg?

The ovum-shaped Eclipse TD307PAII supposedly eliminates "coloring" of music.

By February 4, 2008


PC still reigns supreme for Cyber Monday shoppers

Only about 20 percent of people are using a smartphone to make a purchase on Cyber Monday, and another 14 percent are using a tablet.

By December 2, 2013


Android will be the platform of choice for developers, study says

Within the next 12 months, Android could overtake Apple's iOS as the most important platform for developers, although most will still support both.

By January 23, 2012