Observations: Devices – August 5, 2010
Standard disclaimer: don’t take from my selections, ordering, headlines, etc. any indications of the interests or plans of my employer (if you do, you’ll undoubtedly be disappointed when they don’t play out.)
- iPhone And Android Are Cool, But These “Dumb” Messaging Phones Are Still Selling Like Crazy
- Data Hungry Droids Grow Verizon Revenues
- BlackBerry’s Era May Be Ending
- Motorola’s Jha: Android will eclipse Apple’s iPhone
- From Hot to Not: How Component Shortages Will Stifle the Smartphone Market
- When phones are too big for pockets
- The Galaxy S paradox
- Mobile Phone Demand Expands 14.5% as Market Fragments
- Samsung’s margins shrink despite rising handset shipments
- Appraising the global wireless handset market in the second quarter
- Android Sales Overtake iPhone in the U.S.
- Understanding Smartphone Market Share? Battle not for phones, is for platform!
- It’s Too Late for Microsoft To Build Its Own Handset
- Why iPhone Strategy is Wrong and Has to Change Soon