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“IDC: Global smartphone shipments hit 295.3m in Q2 2014, but Samsung and Apple lost market share by @kaylenehong

Windows 8.1 Passes Windows 8 in Market Share, Windows 7 Over 50%

Windows 8.1 Passes Windows 8 in Market Share, Windows 7 Over 50%

ICYMI: Windows 8.1 finally passes Windows 8 in market share by @epro

Windows 8.1 Passes Windows 8 in Market Share, Windows 7 Over 50%

Windows 8.1 Passes Windows 8 in Market Share, Windows 7 Over 50%

Windows 8.1 finally passes Windows 8 in market share, Windows 7 climbs back over 50% by @epro

UCWeb Claims Shenma Has Hit 20% Market Share In China

UCWeb Claims Shenma Has Hit 20% Market Share In China

UCWeb says its new mobile search service has hit 20% market share in China and angered Baidu by @kaylenehong

IE11 Passes IE10 and IE9, Chrome Up, Firefox Down

IE11 Passes IE10 and IE9, Chrome Up, Firefox Down

IE11 market share passes IE10 and IE9 combined, Chrome cements its lead over Firefox by @epro

Windows 7 Outgains Windows 8 and 8.1 Again, Windows XP Above 27%

Windows 7 Outgains Windows 8 and 8.1 Again, Windows XP Above 27%

Windows 7 outgains Windows 8 and 8.1 in market share again, but Windows XP still above 27% by @epro

IE10 falls Below IE9, Firefox Down, Chrome Up

IE10 falls Below IE9, Firefox Down, Chrome Up

IE10 falls below IE9 in market share, Firefox hits 60-month low, and Chrome again gains the most by @epro

Windows 8.1 Hits 4.30% Market Share, Windows 8 Falls to 6.38%

Windows 8.1 Hits 4.30% Market Share, Windows 8 Falls to 6.38%

Windows 8.1 now up to 4.30% market share as Windows 8 falls to 6.38% by @epro

iPhone Launches Puts Apple Back in China's Top 5

iPhone Launches Puts Apple Back in China's Top 5

iPhone launch propels Apple back into China's top 5 ranking with 7% market share by @jonrussell

Windows 8.1 now up to 3.95% market share as it passes Vista, Windows 8 falls to 6.63%

Windows 8.1 now up to 3.95% market share as it passes Vista, Windows 8 falls to 6.63%

Here are the latest OS market share numbers

IE11 passes IE10 in market share, Firefox slips a bit, and Chrome gains back share

IE11 passes IE10 in market share, Firefox slips a bit, and Chrome gains back share

IE11 passes IE10 in market share, Firefox slips a bit, and Chrome gains back share by @epro

Windows 8.1 now up to 3.95% market share as it passes Vista, Windows 8 falls to 6.63%

Windows 8.1 now up to 3.95% market share as it passes Vista, Windows 8 falls to 6.63%

Windows 8.1 now up to 3.95% market share as it passes Vista, Windows 8 falls to 6.63% by @epro

Report: Apple faces challenges in gaining smartphone sales market share from LG, Sony and Nokia

Report: Apple faces challenges in gaining smartphone sales market share from LG, Sony and Nokia

Report: Apple faces challenges in gaining smartphone sales market share from LG, Sony and Nokia by @kaylenehong

IE11 more than triples market share to 10.42%, Firefox slips a bit, and Chrome gains back share

IE11 more than triples market share to 10.42%, Firefox slips a bit, and Chrome gains back share

IE11 more than triples market share to 10.42%, Firefox slips a bit, and Chrome gains back share by @epro

Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 pass 10% market share, Windows 7 still gains more, and Windows XP falls below 30%

Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 pass 10% market share, Windows 7 still gains more, and Windows XP falls below 30%

Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 pass 10% market share, Windows 7 still gains more, and Windows XP falls below 30% by @epro

“Handheld gaming consoles will lose yet more market share to iOS/ Android by 2014: IDC and App Annie by @nisummers

Windows Phone 8 devices may have overtaken Windows Phone 7 in global market share

Windows Phone 8 devices may have overtaken Windows Phone 7 in global market share

Windows Phone 8 devices may have overtaken Windows Phone 7 in global market share by @alex

IE10 blows past IE7 and IE6′s combined market share, Firefox gains too, but Chrome hits 21-month low

IE10 blows past IE7 and IE6′s combined market share, Firefox gains too, but Chrome hits 21-month low

IE10 blows past IE7 and IE6′s combined market share, Firefox gains too, but Chrome hits 21-month low by @epro

IE10 doubles market share thanks to Windows 7 debut, pushing IE9 below 20% as Firefox gains and Chrome loses

IE10 doubles market share thanks to Windows 7 debut, pushing IE9 below 20% as Firefox gains and Chrome loses

IE10 doubles market share thanks to Windows 7 debut, pushing IE9 below 20% as Firefox gains and Chrome loses by @epro

What the coming end of Windows XP means for Windows 8′s market share

What the coming end of Windows XP means for Windows 8′s market share

What the coming end of Windows XP means for Windows 8's market share by @alex

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