Of course, Apple took home 47% of ALL the cellphone handset sales profits on only a 3.9% world wide handset market share, but then that doesn't seem to matter... the rest, mostly are selling at a loss or for very slim margins in a race to the bottom with Buy One, Get One Free offers...
And Apple is still selling every iPhone 4, iPad, and iPod touch they can make... and are gearing up factories to make more.
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The longer I have my Motorola Droid the more I realize it is a subpar and not well-integrated device. Frustratingly poor. One example...take a picture and wait five minutes for it to show up in the gallery so you can upload it to Facebook.
Netbooks can’t be made cheap enough. If they reach the sub-$100 range, those who want a once-in-a-while rainy day backup travel unit will buy ‘em all. But of course, no one can make money doing that. Netbooks and notebooks offer the same kind of functionality, except that netbooks have noticeably smaller keyboards and screens. Once the roll-up computer rolls out (as it were) — within five years, perhaps even three years — notebooks will be (mostly) finished off; netbooks will be long gone. Low-end notebooks already overlap high-end netbooks, and that’s the way the market is going to go; fullsize notebooks will continue to command a premium over netbooks, but the netbook success has shown that users will give up hotter CPUs.