Apple and Google increase US smartphone share

Apple and Google strengthened their control of the US smartphone market in the three months ended January, with three out of four devices using their software, reports Bloomberg. According to new figures from ComScore, Apple powered 29.5 percent of US smartphones, on average, in the period, up from 28.1 percent in the prior three months, while Google’s Android had 48.6 percent market share, up 2.3 percentage points. BlackBerry-maker RIM saw its share drop to 15.2 percent from 17.2 percent.

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