February 22, 2013

Does the Rise of Android = The Fall of Apple $$?

John Kirk, Tech.pinions


It’s an article of faith in the Church of Market Share that Android is nearing a tipping point where its market share lead will inevitably turn into a developer share lead, too. ~ John Gruber

Matt Asay, writing for Readwrite Mobile, puts this argument into words in his article entitled: “As iPad’s Market Share Falls, Must Profits Follow?

For those who say market share doesn’t matter, that Apple still commands most of the...

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TAGGED: Apple, Android


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