“When it comes down to mind-share, Google’s own search data shows its Apple’s ‘iPhone’ which has the mojo, driving more electronic data jumpiness than ‘Android’, ‘iPad’, ‘Microsoft’ or ‘Apple’ itself, at least, according to Google Trends,” Jonny Evans reports for Computerworld.
“That’s as June quarter data confirms Apple’s iPhone sales fell slightly as it moved to the iPhone 4, and the company continues to translate this global focus into space in the enterprise,” Evans reports. “iPhone searches are far, far ahead of those for Android.”
Evans reports, “Android-related search traffic seems on an upward trajectory while Apple’s iPhone seems in slight decline, compared to the stellar growth we saw in its profile in June. Temper that observation wtih the fact that the iPhone still weighs in with close to triple Android’s attention in the international zeitgeist.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]