This visualization from Nielsen shows just how bottlenecked Apple, iOS and RIM are at the top. Maybe more importantly, it’s a stark reminder that Apple and RIM totally own their ecosystems, while between HTC Sense, Motorola Blur, and Samsung Galaxy’s takes on Android, the leader could easily be viewed—in terms of actual day to day experience—as a few different platforms lumped together.
The Popularity Of Every Smartphone OS, Visualised
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How much would you pay for an unpopular browser? If you were a group of Chinese companies you'd probably think somewhere in the region of, oooh, $US1.2 billion ought to do it.