Checkout how Android U.S. market share is trending up

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  1. StupidGenius
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    Verizon and Moto Droid have been huge for Google's Android OS. Definitely showing a impact.

    Motorola Droid vs Android vs iPhone (US marketshare) | Clicky

    Wonder how this will change once the N1 is available to more carriers and AT&T starts carrying Android handsets?

    2010 should be quite a year.:icon_ banana:
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    Very, very misleading title on that article. That graph has absolutely nothing to do with marketshare.

    Click on "How is this data calculated?" for an interesting little tidbit:

    All that graph shows is that on December 22nd, tons of people decided to get on to websites related to the iPhone that use Clicky Web Analytics...
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    I would not rely on that being accurate....
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    What you guys didn't know? The Droid was the Trojan Horse. :)
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    I still think its a good time to buy some google and motto stock.....
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    Indeed.... :)
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