Google's Android mobile operating system dominated the U.S. smartphone market last quarter, research firm NPD announced today.
According to NPD, Android was running on 52 percent of all the smartphones sold in the U.S. last quarter, overshadowing iOS, which secured 29 percent market share. BlackBerry OS came in third in the smartphone space with 11 percent share, NPD said. Windows Phone 7, Windows Mobile, and WebOS all trailed with less than 5 percent market share each.
Monday, August 22, 2011
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