2014 is said to be the year of the wearable devices as the industry embraces the newest trend. The market for the wearable tech is booming like never before and according to Canalys, there were 2.7 million wearable bands shipped across the globe in the first quarter of 2014 alone. The interesting stat from the popular research firm’s report is that Fitbit holds a whopping 50% market share and is dominating the…

The budget-friendly, characterful Moto G has taken the manufacturer back to relevance in Great Britain. Thanks to the £135 handset, Motorola has reached 6% of all UK smartphone sales according to the latest data from Kantar Worldpanel. Motorola reached the attention-grabbing market share in a brisk fashion – the Moto G was launched in November last year. Prior to it, the manufacturer had “virtually no existing customers to sell to in Britain”….

ZTE has announced three affordable smartphones for the European market, which it hopes will help it grow its market share on the Old Continent. The three new additions to the ZTE lineup are the 4.0″ WVGA Blade Q Mini, the 4.5″ FWVGA Blade Q and the 5.0″ FWVGA Blade Q Maxi. All three phones share similar internals. They are all powered by the MT6572 chipset with a dual-core 1.3GHz… — Full Story…

According to the latest smartphones sales data from analyst company Kantar Worldpanel, Windows Phone has reached a new high in market share across the five major European markets (UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain). In France, Microsoft’s mobile OS has scored 12% market share, while in the UK it’s powering 10.8% of the smartphones sold in the three months ending in August. This is the first… — Full Story (EN):More … Prevod…

It’s safe to say that the Android OS has extended its dominance without any real competition from any other mobile operating systems out there. According to Strategy Analytics, Android has recorded a whopping 80% global market share during Q2, 2013. The Google developed Android OS has accounted for 182.6 million out of the 229.6 million sold globally. Apple’s iOS scored a 13.6% market share… — Full Story (EN):More … Prevod Srpski:Prevod teksta…

HTC hasn’t had the best of times in the market over the past year and a half, losing huge chunks of its market share and seeing revenues contract rapidly. However, the April numbers show that the company may finally be starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Boosted by the launch of the One flagship, HTC revenues rose 23% in March and reached NT$19.6 billion ($657 million)…. —…

The comScore market analysis group has released its findings for the three month period ending in March of 2013. Apple has seen the biggest point change among all of the manufacturers polled, with a 2.7% increase in market share amongst smartphone OEMs. Samsung, which is enjoying widespread success in the global market, was the only other OEM which was able to post an increase. When… — Full Story (EN):More … Prevod Srpski:Prevod…