February 25, 2012

Who Wins if Android, iPhone Both Lose?

Joe Wilcox, Beta News


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Finally, an analyst firm comes clean about the cell phone market's volatility. Gartner and IDC continue to make outrageous predictions -- like Windows Phone as No. 2 smartphone operating system in 2015 -- despite many earlier forecasts being drop-dead wrong. But comScore says pretty much anything can happen and likely will.

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TAGGED: Apple, Smartphones, Android

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