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“Report: Asia is mad for tablets that make calls, which now account for 25% of all shipments

“Report: India's smartphone shipments jumped 84% in a year, still lots of room for growth by @jonrussell

“Global smartphone shipments pass 300m in Q2 2014, Android at 84.7%, iOS at 11.7%, Windows Phone at 2.5% by @epro

“Samsung displaced as India's top mobile vendor, but retains lead on smartphone shipments by @jonrussell

“Google under threat as forked Android devices rise to 20% of smartphone shipments by @jonrussell

“Laptop shipments surpass tablets again by @epro

“PC shipments up 14% in Q2 2014, laptops surpass tablets again, Apple first but Lenovo is gaining by @epro

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

LG Continues Recovery with Record Shipments

LG Continues Recovery with Record Shipments

LG bucks struggling Android trend with record shipments and highest revenue since 2010 by @jonrussell

NPD: Tablet Shipments Decline for the First Time in Q1 2014

NPD: Tablet Shipments Decline for the First Time in Q1 2014

Tablet shipments declined year-over-year for the first time in Q1 2014 by @epro

Tablet Shipments Will Finally Overtake PCs in 2015: Report

Tablet Shipments Will Finally Overtake PCs in 2015: Report

The year of the tablet: Global shipments could finally overtake PCs in 2015 by @jonrussell

Q1 2014 Tablet Shipments: Android 65.8%, iOS 28.4%, Windows 5.8%

Q1 2014 Tablet Shipments: Android 65.8%, iOS 28.4%, Windows 5.8%

Android tablet shipments up to 65.8% in Q1 2014, iOS fell to 28.4%, and Windows secured 5.8% by @epro

IDC: Smartphone shipments in China decreased 4% in Q4 2013, the first drop in over 2 years

IDC: Smartphone shipments in China decreased 4% in Q4 2013, the first drop in over 2 years

Smartphone shipments in China declined for the first time in over 2 years, according to IDC

IDC: Smartphone shipments in China decreased 4% in Q4 2013, the first drop in over 2 years

IDC: Smartphone shipments in China decreased 4% in Q4 2013, the first drop in over 2 years

RT @jonrussell: Smartphone shipments in China declined for first time in over 2 years, according to IDC

IDC: Smartphone shipments in China decreased 4% in Q4 2013, the first drop in over 2 years

IDC: Smartphone shipments in China decreased 4% in Q4 2013, the first drop in over 2 years

Smartphone shipments to China decreased 4% in Q4 2013, the first drop in over 2 years by @jonrussell

Android and iOS accounted for 95.7% of global smartphone shipments in Q4 2013, and 93.8% for the year

Android and iOS accounted for 95.7% of global smartphone shipments in Q4 2013, and 93.8% for the year

Android and iOS accounted for 95.7% of global smartphone shipments in Q4 2013, and 93.8% for the year by @epro

Android smartphone shipments up to 78.9% in 2013, iOS down to 15.5%, Windows Phone at 3.6%

Android smartphone shipments up to 78.9% in 2013, iOS down to 15.5%, Windows Phone at 3.6%

Android smartphone shipments up to 78.9% in 2013, iOS down to 15.5%, Windows Phone at 3.6% by @epro

IDC: Smartphone shipments hit 1B for first time in 2013, Samsung 'clear leader' with 31% share

IDC: Smartphone shipments hit 1B for first time in 2013, Samsung 'clear leader' with 31% share

IDC: Smartphone shipments hit 1B for first time in 2013, Samsung ‘clear leader' with 31% share by @jonrussell

Gartner: PC shipments slip 6.9% to 82.6m units in Q4, as 2013 sees the worst yearly decline in history

Gartner: PC shipments slip 6.9% to 82.6m units in Q4, as 2013 sees the worst yearly decline in history

Gartner: PC shipments slip 6.9% to 82.6m units in Q4, as 2013 sees the worst yearly decline in history by @epro

Tablet shipments in India jump 159% year-on-year in Q1 2013, Apple third behind local OEMs

Tablet shipments in India jump 159% year-on-year in Q1 2013, Apple third behind local OEMs

Tablet shipments in India jump 159% year-on-year in Q1 2013, Apple third behind local OEMs by @jonrussell

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