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comScore shows Windows Phone still in 4th place in the US, but making small gains

comScore shows Windows Phone still in 4th place in the US, but making small gains

A new report published by comScore shows steady growth in the US for Windows Phone, a significant contrast to what we saw earlier in the year. While Android remains the number one platform in the region with Apple sat in second, Microsoft is pretty much level with BlackBerry, who has been struggling to halt the downhill fall the company has experienced. According to the comScore ...

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Windows Phone sales explode in Europe, gain in the US, and pass the iPhone in Italy

Windows Phone sales explode in Europe, gain in the US, and pass the iPhone in Italy

Strong sales for Windows Phone is seen across Europe, the United States and Australia, signaling strong momentum for Microsoft’s mobile platform Kantar Worldpanel’s numbers for September 2013 show continued strong growth for Windows Phone, especially in Europe where double digit sales are seen in the Great Britain (11.4%), France (10.7%) and Italy (13.7%).  The data collected spans 3...

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Kantar: Android still dominating Europe while Windows Phone maintains steady heading

Kantar: Android still dominating Europe while Windows Phone maintains steady heading

Windows Phone has remained on a steady climb, according to data published by Kantar WorldPanel, and sits comfortably at 5% of the EU smartphone sales (for the last 12 weeks). We've previously covered Kantar data where Windows Phone was shown to be climbing in the US earlier this year. With Windows Phone 8 just around the corner, and the announcements of Windows Phone 7.8, we assumed...

Rich Edmonds 15