Apple passes Windows Mobile in smartphone market

Research firm Gartner released its statistics on the smartphone market for the third quarter, which suffered the biggest year-on-year drop since the company started tracking the industry. The bright spot was that Apple passed Windows Mobile for the first time in both North America and the global market, with 4.7 million new units in the quarter, compared to WinMo's 4 million. Article

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