Notes

For the last 6 months, Android has been the most popular Smartphone OS in the US.
Not a very big surprise. Android is starting to pick up according to the latest data that’s come in from Nielson.
An open OS managed by Google and free for handset manufacturers to install on their phones is a recipe for success. 
Interesting that the three players here are Blackberry, Apple, and Android. No sight of Nokia. And when you see news like this: "Nokia’s MeeGo device chief quits", the future for Nokia starts to look even more glum. Let’s hope Nokia pulls something out of the bag.

For the last 6 months, Android has been the most popular Smartphone OS in the US.

Not a very big surprise. Android is starting to pick up according to the latest data that’s come in from Nielson.

An open OS managed by Google and free for handset manufacturers to install on their phones is a recipe for success. 

Interesting that the three players here are Blackberry, Apple, and Android. No sight of Nokia. And when you see news like this: "Nokia’s MeeGo device chief quits", the future for Nokia starts to look even more glum. Let’s hope Nokia pulls something out of the bag.