What were the world's biggest handset blunders?

imateApple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) jump to the top of the smartphone market in a little over four years has been astounding. But for every Apple there are at least a dozen flameouts in the market--companies that were unable to secure suitable distribution, commit the required capital or generate the necessary interest in their products. Take a look back through time at the handset companies of the past and their failed adventures. Article

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