U.S. smartphone market is tough to crack

Top-ranked handset vendors such as Motorola, Nokia and Samsung control 80 percent of the cell phone device market but have struggled to sell smartphones in the U.S. This has caused an open door for vendors such as Research in Motion and Apple. Can the big handset makers regain their edge?  Article (sub. req.)

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