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Apple iPhone 5 expected to sell 10M units this month alone

The Apple iPhone 5 is barely out the door and pre-orders haven’t even started yet, but analysts have already come up with the first forecasts for its market performance. RBC Capital Markets is expecting the new iOS flagship smartphone to ship 8 to 10 million units this month alone. The iPhone 5 will only launch on September 21, but it will already be available in 31 countries before the month’s... 
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IDC: Android and iOS control 85 percent of the smartphone market

We’ve already seen IDC’s numbers on tablet market share for Q2 2012, but now it’s time to see how they judge the performance of smartphone OSes. It comes shortly after the Canalys’ take on the situation and there are no surprises, just a better look at what’s going on. Android and iOS combined are squeezing the alternative OSes into an ever tighter corner. Together,... 

Denon home and portable speakers provide audio streaming for Apple, Android and Windows devices

Denon has unveiled two docking speakers that can stream your music no matter whether you’re an iPhone, Android or Windows user. Though both the Denon Cocoon Home and Cocoon Portable speaker docks are optimised for iOS devices – the dock is only compatible with iPhones, iPads and iPods – by downloading Denon’s advanced app for free, along with AirPlay for iTunes, Android and Windows Phone users... 

Apple took 77% of the smartphone industry profits last quarter

The numbers are in and once again it has been a stunning quarter for Apple. The Cupertino based company managed to reap in nearly 77 percent of the operating profits from the smartphone industry in the second fiscal quarter. These figures are amazing because Apple only contributed to 6 percent of the industry’s smartphones and tablets that were shipped last quarter and it was also supposed... 
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Apple removes YouTube app from iOS 6 due to licensing issues

Those who downloaded the latest iOS 6 beta 4 yesterday were in for a bit of a surprise when they found out the YouTube app was no longer part of the OS. Turns out, Apple will no longer be including the YouTube player app in iOS 6 because their license has expired. However, those using iOS 5 and older versions can continue to use this application as long as they don’t upgrade to iOS 6. Apple... 
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Canalys analysts claim Android rules the smartphone world

Analysts have crunched the numbers and revealed the state of the mobile world in Q2 of 2012. Canalys released a report that mostly talks about China – and with good reason too, as the country broke the record for smartphone shipments for a second quarter in a row. On the world stage, Android is increasing its lead against the competition – it powered 68.1% of the 158.3 million smartphones... 
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