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Submitted by gamerlive 1502d ago | article

2012 Is Looking Great For Global Growth Of Apple iOS And Google Android Devices

A lot has changed in the booming smartphone battle between Apple iOS and Google Android since 2007. The newest generation of smartphones and tablets, including new models debuting at CES 2012, has evolved into powerful always-connected devices that have changed the videogame industry. According to a new report from Flurry, this battle between technology giants is expanding beyond the early-adopting U.S. and Western European markets to more emerging economies. (Android, Apple, Google, iPad, iPhone, Mac app store, Tag Invalid)

Matrix2k  +   1501d ago
who gives a shit flurry gives bias false data

They are a joke
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