The fine folks over at Kantar, a market research firm, have revealed their latest monthly mobile figures. And the Windows Phone market share numbers paint a sorry picture. Unsurprisingly. Android and iOS are currently dominating the market, while fewer and fewer buyers are now interested in the Windows Phone...

Zero. While we have known for some time that Windows Phone is headed for extinction, it is only now that we are approaching the moment when the sales of the mobile OS come to a standstill. The latest data provided by Kantar indicates that the end of the platform is very close. Sales have decreased...

That sinking feeling! It’s quite remarkable seeing Windows Phone sales continue around the world, even as it is known that mobile is no longer that much of a priority for Microsoft. Sure, the company continues to launch new mobile preview builds, even though they are not really from the Redstone branch. And...

Say, what’s new? Surely not the decline that the Windows Phone platform is going through these days. The latest numbers from Kantar for the month are in, and they paint the same old story. This is specific data for the three-month period ending May 2017. And it shows that Microsoft’s mobile OS dropped nearly...

No looking back now? Fingers crossed. Windows Phone European market share simply keeps on growing, and the latest data from Kantar shows that the platform has become a much more popular choice in the Old Continent. Slowly and steadily, as the saying goes. The numbers reveal a welcome increase of 0.9% in the...

Windows Phone growth has been a topic of interest to many in the mobile world, and the platform has been negatively affected at just the exact time when it could do without this slowdown. Factors like the delay in launch of Windows Phone 8.1, the accompanying handsets, and the purchase of the Nokia devices...

The newest numbers from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech are here, for the month of September, and they show that Windows Phone has increased its market share in the mobile sphere. It is still, obviously, a few leagues away from market leaders Android and iOS. But Microsoft’s aggressive expansion efforts are...

The lost year? Microsoft’s mobile platform is back where it began. Kantar Worldpanel have revealed that Windows Phone market share in Europe is still, shall we say, motley. Fans of the platform did not have much in terms of new smartphones this past year, with the result being that Windows Phone increased its...

Windows Phone, as a platform, has not been doing all that well since the start of the year. The app momentum has slowed down a tad, sales have dipped, and no new models were released. All because of one thing — the delay in launch of Windows Phone 8.1. The lack of new devices coupled with the launch of new...

In some other reality, Kantar might have been the name of a fantasy creature. But luckily, Kantar Worldpanel is then name of a company that brings us the latest statistics from around the globe. The research firm has released the newest market share figures for May 2014. And Windows Phone, Microsoft’s mobile...