According to data from Nielsen, 40% of mobile users over 18 in the United States now carry a smartphone. Android carries a 40% share of those smartphone owners, follwed by Apple at 28% and RIM falling to 19%. Windows Mobile users still far exceed Windows Phone 7 users at a 7:1 ratio.
Under the fold is perhaps the more interesting bit: Amongst those who plan on getting a smartphone in the future, more intend to purchase Android phones than iPhones.
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It seems to me there are three possibilities w/r/t that WSJ editorial:
- It was essentially dictated by Rupert Murdoch;
- It was written by Paul Gigot or someone else in an attempt to write what Rupert Murdoch would like to see;
- It’s a genuine statement of what the WSJ actually believes.
Genuine question, here: which of these three options would be the worst?
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