According to the latest market research conducted by The NPD Group, handsets equipped with Google’s Android operating system have snatched second place in the U.S. market, leaving iPhone behind in third place. The figures for the first quarter of 2010 show that Research in Motion’s BlackBerry holds 36% of the market, the Android phones hold 28%, and the iPhone comes in third with 21%. So, how did the Android OS manage to overtake iPhone?
I’ll admit, I’m the furthest thing from a Mac fanboy there is. When someone tells me they’re thinking about getting a Mac Book, I fight the urge to smack them upside the head. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not a Microsoft fanboy either, I cringe whenever the word Vista is mentioned. I just hate […]