Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Android vs. the iPhone — the Battle Heats Up - Digits - WSJ

Impressive, if the numbers can be verified; clearly the Nexus One flop isn’t a crisis in the bigger Android picture

Phones with Google’s Android operating system are outselling Apple’s iPhone, according to surprising new data from market-research firm NPD Group.

The firm, which gets its data from monthly online surveys, says Android had 28% of smart-phone mobile-browser market sales and shipments in the first quarter of 2010, ahead of Apple, which it reports had 21%. RIM’s BlackBerry system still leads, with 36%, according to the group.

Android vs. the iPhone — the Battle Heats Up - Digits - WSJ

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