Google increased its share of the U.S. smartphone market by 1.4% to 52.2%, while Apple increased its share by 2% to 33.4%., according to a report by comScore.

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Android now has a 40.1% share of the U.S. smartphone market, while iOS commands a 26.6% share, according to the latest ComScore numbers.

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Apple still has the highest smartphone OEM marketshare in the US with the iPhone (26.6%). RIM comes a close second with 24.7%, while the Android trio – HTC, Motorola and Samsung – come next with close to a 30% combined share.

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Non-computer Share May '11

A new report by comScore, details a new metric for tracking web traffic by device and connection type. According to the report, Apple’s iPad was responsible for 89% of worldwide tablet traffic in May, continuing to dominate the market it defined last year.

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Android Marketshare

Android is now the leading smartphone OS in the United States according to the latest data by Comscore and Nielsen. It has a 31.2% (or 29%) marketshare which is way ahead of iOS or Blackberry.

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Android Beats iOS - Comscore

Android has overtaken iPhone in terms of US smartphone subscribers. The latest report by Comscore says that Android has 26% of the US smartphone market while iOS has 25%.

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InMobi, a mobile advertising network reports that over 72% of Indian consumers are comfortable with mobile advertising and over 50% of the users are ready to receive personalised advertisements.

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Facebook is now the second largest site in the United States after dethroning Yahoo from the second position according to a comScore Report. YouTube is the top video provider.

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comScore

comScore has released their U.S smartphone report for the period ending July 2010 and according to them the Android OS has surpassed Windows Mobile in terms of market share. This was pretty obvious with Android rapidly gaining market share all over the world.

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According to latest online video stats, 30 Billion videos were watched in April by US audience, 13 Billion of which were via YouTube.

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