"In the research, 234 million Americans over the age of 13 have a mobile device. Nearly a third of this have smartphones, running advanced mobile operating systems like iOS and Android.
Samsung gained a whole percentage point, while Apple gained even further from April through to July.
Research in Motion, the BlackBerry maker, however, dropped over half a percentage point, and took only 7.6 percent of the overall marketshare. But though the BlackBerry lost ground, it is still worth remembering that it holds fifth place among the top handset manufacturers."
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
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