More posts about “marketshare”

Chromebooks Just Outsold Windows Laptops For the First Time

Chromebooks have outsold Windows notebooks for the very first time, new data from NPD Group reveals. The figures cover business sales during the busy back to school period.

13 August 2015

Global Chromebook Shipments Down 20 Percent, Say Digitimes

Chromebook shipments reportedly dropped by more than 20 percent in the fourth quarter of 2014, Digitimes Research claims.

9 February 2015

Windows 10 ‘Unlikely’ to Boost PC Shipments This Year

Digitimes Research predicts that Windows 10 is ”…unlikely to make any dramatic change to the competition between notebooks, tablets and smartphones in 2015,” despite Microsoft's new 'unified OS' vision.

23 January 2015

Chromecast Overtakes Apple TV In US Media Streamer Sales For First Time

Long anticipated and today confirmed: Google Chromecast is now more popular with US buyers than Apple TV to become the second best selling media streamer.

3 December 2014

Chromebook Shipments Were Up 67 Percent During Q3

Chromebook shipments were up 67 percent in Q3 on the previous quarter, data released by industry tracking firm ABI Research says.

23 October 2014

Chromebook Sales Rose 32 Percent During ‘Back to School’ 2014

Chromebooks once again proved to be a phenomenal success during the hotly contested and promotionally congested US Back to School shopping period.

25 September 2014

From 1 to 300 Million: Chrome at Google I/O in Numbers

Google I/O 2014 did more than showcase a bevy of new features for Chrome and Chromecast — it also gave us with cold, hard stats to underline its successes.

27 June 2014

Adobe Crowns Google Chrome World’s Most Popular Browser

Google Chrome is the world's most used browser on desktops and mobile devices, a new report from Adobe Digital Index (ADI) claims.

25 June 2014

Google Chrome Marketshare on the Desktop in March 2014

As we head towards the end of another month analytics companies will be preparing their latest sets of browser share statistics; but, first, a recap of March figures.

21 April 2014