So, Apple and Android are dominating the U.S. smartphone market with a combined share of 82% according to NPD, a firm that does sell-out research. This is almost a classic Coke-Pepsi type duopoly.
BlackBerry has now fallen to 8% from almost 50% not too many years and.
And Microsoft's Windows Phone continues to be nothing but a rounding error.
Microsoft changes WP boss. Does this indicate panic?
In a Coke-Pepsi styled smartphone platform market, who will win the battle to be Royal Crown Cola? (I realize some of you might never have heard of RC Cola.)