How Can You Miss Us if We Won’t Go Away? Paczkowski and Swisher Highlights From AllThingsD.

And so it goes in Silicon Valley.

U.S. Christmas Day Shoppers Bought More on iOS Than Android

Does a unit of market share matter if it’s not being used?


Android Keeps Obliterating Smartphone Market; BlackBerry Hits New Lows

While Google’s Android operating system continues to distance itself from the competition in the world-wide smartphone market, one-time market leader BlackBerry is reaching new lows.

Why Tim Cook Isn’t Freaked Out About Market Share (Video)

Sure, Android is moving a lot of units. But the Apple CEO says he’s okay with that.


Nokia Slips to Seventh in Smartphone Market

Nokia Corp. slipped to seventh place in the booming global smartphone market in the third quarter, as Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. maintained their hold on a segment once dominated by the Finnish company, research firm Gartner Inc. said Wednesday.

The Smartphone OS Race, Broken Down by Carrier

No surprise. AT&T is an iOS stronghold among its Android-leaning rivals.

Don’t Look Now, HP, but Lenovo Is Catching Up

The world’s biggest PC maker, Hewlett-Packard, is getting a serious challenge for market dominance from China’s Lenovo.


Google’s Web Search Market Share Rises in April

Google Inc. slightly increased its leading market share among U.S. Internet-search engines last month, while Microsoft Corp.’s Bing search engine also gained market share, according to market researcher comScore Inc.

RIM’s Share of the U.S. Smartphone Market Slips Again

Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android continue to bleed the BlackBerry of market share in the States.

Apple Headed for 60 Percent of Handset Industry Operating Profits

In its third quarter, Apple captured more than half of the handset industry’s overall operating profits. Soon it will claim even more.