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Android users more loyal than iOS counterparts, data shows

More than eight out of 10 Android smartphone owners are likely to buy another Android-based device. Apple's iOS is trailing slightly behind, according to a market researcher.

By August 11, 2015


iPhone owners more loyal than Android users -- study

According to new data from Retrevo, 81 percent of current iPhone owners will buy another Apple handset when it's time for their next purchase.

By June 12, 2013


Exclusive: Retrevo to launch gadget model decoder

Gadget review site is collecting and presenting data on what that string of letters and numbers in the model number means.

By July 13, 2011


Facebook phone? Many consumers say 'meh'

A survey of online shoppers finds a staggeringly low level of interest in a phone powered by the social network.

By April 3, 2013


A 4K Apple TV: Does anyone still care?

Recent research found that there's plenty of interest in an Apple TV, but is it enough to justify the hype?

By March 30, 2013


Gadget review aggregator Retrevo opens own store

Retrevo's main function, to date, has been to provide tech buying advice to consumers. Its new service climbs over the ethical wall separating content from commerce.

By March 17, 2011


Sortable: Product selection for spec-heads

If you shop by product specs, this new service is the tool for you. It enables you to filter and sort a list of products based on criteria it extracts from published data.

By January 3, 2012


The state of iPad sales: Think disruptive

Amazons Kindle Fire and talk of iPad upgrades just months away may be hampering sales of Apple's tablet. But price cuts could change that equation in a hurry, say analysts.

By November 15, 2011


So, who's going to buy the iPhone 4S?

A new survey from Retrevo says that 44 percent of iPhone 3/3GS owners are eyeing the new phone but 42 percent of iPhone 4 owners also have it on their shopping list.

By October 14, 2011


Ask Maggie: On the 4G iPhone that isn't

This week's Ask Maggie explains why the iPhone 4 isn't a 4G smartphone and why it's not a good idea to use a wireless broadband service as your primary broadband connection.

By August 12, 2011