Google's Android has increased enterprise device activations and now makes up 32% of the market, while Apple has slipped from 72% to 67%, according to Good Technology's second-quarter report. The report does not take BlackBerry devices into account; Windows Phone accounts for the remaining 1%.
Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 make up more than 21% of the market share on the Steam platform, according to the Valve Hardware & Software Survey for January. The two operating systems still only accounted for 10% of Microsoft's market share for 2013, barely denting Windows 7, Net Applications reports.
VirnetX's $368.2 million victory in a patent case against Apple has been upheld by a federal judge. The technology involves Apple's FaceTime video-calling software. But the judge also rejected VirnetX's petition for a permanent injunction, saying he wants the companies to reach a settlement.
India's government debuted a $35 prototype for a computer designed for students, saying the unit's price will eventually reach $10. The Indian government will contract with a private vendor to mass-produce the Linux-based touch-screen devices, which are expected to be rolled out at Indian universities next year.