Android tops Symbian OS in Q4 Canalys
Research firm Canalys said that Google’s Android platform became the leading smartphone operating system (OS) in the fourth quarter of 2010, displacing long-running market leader Symbian OS. According to the company, shipments of Android devices reached 32.9 million, while shipments of Symbian units were at 31 million.
China Unicom debuts 3G app store; ZTE partners
China Unicom has launched its long anticipated app store, called WoStore, according to a statement from ZTE, the operator’s technology partner in the project. The vendor says that the store will support “all open smartphone platforms except for iPhone, as well as terminal devices such as tablet PCs and MIDs.”
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