IT Roundup February 3 - February 9

This week's IT roundup looks at the race for mobile platform dominance, plus the most dangerous software flaws of 2012.

Android and iOS mobile operating systems continue to gain ground, seemingly at the expense of the Microsoft and Blackberry platforms. It will be interesting to see how this changes throughout 2013.

Android and iOS Gain Mobile OS Market Share Yet Again

Here is Comscore's press release showing the Q4 2012 smartphone market share numbers. 

comScore Q4 2012 Smartphone Subscriber Market Share

On a related note, smartphone and tablet app development continues at a torrid pace, with some predicting that the Google Play store will surpass the App Store by the end of 2013 in the number of available apps.

Google Play will Beat Apple App Store to One Million Apps

Oracle’s Java was the most exploited and dangerous software in 2012, according to research by Kaspersky Lab.

Java Tops 2012 List for Most Dangerous Software Flaws

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